Across Vietnam with Sika

Vietnam is an important market for Sika, has a fascinating culture and breathtaking scenery. In this Sika Experience six students saw Vietnam through the eyes of Sika. They travelled through Vietnam to visit different construction sites, Sika subsidiaries and leaned about the application of Sika products. 

Highlights

  • Ready Mix concrete batching plant (Phan Vu, Dong Nai)
  • Dau Giay highway bridge over Dong Nai river (Long Thanh)
  • Dragon Bridge (Ho Chi Ming City)
  • Formosa Jobsite

Trung Thuc: "I was very impressed with the practical experience through hands-on-tasks at the laboratory. We also took some picture at Sika’s factory to remember this great moment!"

Huong: "We visited Rmit university on the top floor. There, we saw the application of Sika products. For example, Sarnafil PVC membrane is used to cover the whole surface of the top floor."

Nin: "We got on the top of this building and had an amazing view. the scenery is more wonderful thanks to Sika plant, i could see the grass has been growing well."

Tien: "And we went through from this surprise to the others, seeing professional working style, good at human management, and checking the products by ourselves, that we have never ever had before."

Hung: "Our group was welcome by the employees and Mr. Man, Central Branch Manager and one of the three first staff to operate Sika’s Branch in Da Nang. [...] He also stressed on the importance of the honesty in working, in the relationship with the clients, and the influence of laboratory on deciding their sales."

Anh Tuan: "The first day [...] gave me a lot of emotions. That is the first time to Ho Chi Minh city that is very beautiful and modern. We visited Bitexco Financial Tower where we can see the view of whole city that is different from where i knew. In the other hand, I also met friendly people.That is two fun guides who are Mr. Dang, Ms. Lang and Mr. Adam Sharp - Deputy General Director of Sika Vietnam with sharing extremely valuable [information] about the job in the future."