Triac Composites has officially started to move into our new factory which is also located in HCMC, Vietnam.
The difference at our new factory is that it's much bigger (3,200 sqm), brighter, cleaner - and rests on the banks of the Nha Be River.
Phil Johns, General Manager of Triac Composites described the move as a "game changer" and was "testament to the strength of Triac's business model".
"Being located on the Nha Be River allows us to manufacture large products that can be shipped directly onto barges. Our previous factory was land-locked and now, we are no longer compelled to use road transport. That gives us far greater flexibility with the type of work we undertake."
The office staff reported for work at the new factory yesterday on 14 January 2019.
All factory staff are still at the old factory in Cat Lai where they are disassembling, packing, shifting and soon to be cleaning. Cleaning a lot!
In addition, today, they will complete the following two projects:
Two composite boats (8m) for a customer in USA
Composite parts (bunks) for Vietnam Railways' new train carriages
After today, it will be all hands on deck to complete the factory move by Tuesday, 22 January 2019, next week.
Triac Composites originally moved into the Cat Lai factory in 2014.
For more photos of the new factory, click here.
For more photos of the actual move, click here.
Triac Composites' new factory, Multihulls Magazine, 12 January 2019
Triac Composites to relocate to a new waterfront factory at Unidepot, Savills News website, 16 January 2019