Mr. Le Quoc Thinh – Vietnam Consulate General in Osaka Japan Visited and Worked at the Company

Date 21/09/2013

He was welcomed by Mr. Nguyen Viet Cuong – Chairman of BOM/CEO, Mr. Nguyen Duc Diep – Standing Vice General Director, Mr. Nguyen The Hung – Vice General Director, Ms. Khuat Thi Hanh – Accountant, and a number of officials and employees of KOSY Joint Stock Company.

At the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Viet Cuong introduced the development process, some of the results achieved, objectives, and strategies of the company in the future.

Mr. Le Quoc Thinh praised the results achieved by Kosy Joint Stock Company in the recent years.  Although there were many difficulties, but thru the efforts of the Executive Board and the workforce, the Company had overcome the challenges and it is standing before development opportunities. He also shared with officials and employees of KOSY Joint Stock Company his experiences and knowledge from his work process and business trips in more than 50 countries around the world. He also shared stories about the time he is holding the position of General Vietnam Consulate in Osaka, Japan.

Currently, the world situation has more complex movements. Relations between Japan and other countries have been strained but the relationship between Vietnam and Japan remains harmonious during the past time and will this relationship will remain as mutual trust increases in subsequent years. Vietnam is an attractive destination, a market where a lot of Japanese enterprises chose to invest in. Japan, on the other hand, is a developed country, with strong financial resources and developing science and technology at a very high level. However, the situation in Japan with aging population tends firms to seek investment cooperation with the young entrepreneurs who have great potential for development.

KOSY Joint Stock Company is young and dynamic. Its human resources are high-qualified, professional, and passionate meeting many criteria for business with Japanese firms. Mr. Thinh promised to be a bridge between Japanese enterprises and KOSY Joint Stock Company to generate cooperation of investment and construction on projects being developed. In addition, he also advocates the promotion of export and training of laborers for Japanese firms.

Mr. Cuong expressed his sincere gratitude to Mr. Thinh for his time to visit and share his valuable experiences with the officials and employees of the Company. He also wished for Mr. Thinh to pursue his interest and support to the Company, continue to look for opportunities for cooperation and investment to accelerate implementation of the projects being developed by the company, and promote the export of Vietnamese laborers to Japan.

In the coming days, Mr. Thinh and KOSY Joint Stock Company will attempt to implement the entire agreement.

Here are some photos of Mr. Thinh visiting and working at KOSY Joint Stock Company: