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Soosan Industry will participate in the Environment & Energy Tech 2020 (ENTECH 2020) held in BEXCO, Busan on Nov 11-13 to introduce the world’s first APR-1400 turbine complete disassembly and inspection technology.
Soosan Industry has secured total maintenance technology that can service light maintenance in three areas of power plant machinery, electricity, and measurement. Based on the number one technology in the field of machinery, electricity, and measurement in the private sector of nuclear power plant, it is expanding its participation in the overseas nuclear power plant market, and is participating in the overseas nuclear power plant market by participating in the construction of nuclear power plants in the UAE.
The company staff said, “Soosan Industry is proud to have the best technology among private companies participating in nuclear power plants. We have the experience of completely disassembling, inspecting, and reassembling the APR 1400 turbine.”
On the reason for wanting to enter Vietnam, he said, “We have participated in overseas construction and maintenance services for many years. We have worked in many countries including the Philippines, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia with references. We have also participated in Vietnam by constructing and operating the 70MW solar power plant SH Solar farm Vina in Vung Tau, near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. We want to have the opportunity to contribute to the Vietnam nuclear power plant in the future based on the technology and know-how which we possess.”
ENTECH 2020 is Korea’s largest environmental, energy, and future climate industry integrated exhibition hosted by Busan Metropolitan City and Kookje Newspaper and organized by BEXCO, Today Energy, and KOTRA. The exhibition Items are as follows. △ Water quality △ Atmosphere environment △ Waste treatment △ Measurement and analysis equipment △ Power, power generation & gas △ Renewable energy △ Energy efficiency △ Solar (heat) △ Wind power △ Hydrogen energy