30 Sep 2019


INDUSTRIAL ONE: www.IndustrialOne.net
Industrial One is specialized in consult, design and construct of Sport Field Lighting with competitive advantages

1- Optical Technology.
2- Cooling Technology.
3- Engineered Material.
4- 10 Years warranty.

15 Aug 2018


Dear distinguished customer,
                     INDUSTRIAL ONE – www.IndustrialOne.net, is a diversified technology company serving industrial customers and communities with innovative products and solutions. Headquarters in Saigon, Vietnam with research and development, manufacturing, sales, service, and distribution center and Representative office in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Industrial One provides a total SMART Solution for Chain Stores, which utilizes networking and SMART software-based to multiply the energy-efficiency benefits of high quality of LED lighting. We have designed and built many stores for 7-Eleven, Famility Mart.. in Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore…

This solution gives customers the below benefits;

To remain strong in industry, you must scrutinize costs across every process. Our solution can account for up to 70% of a manufacturing’s energy bill, so it must be as efficient and cost-effective as possible. Longer-lasting and energy-efficient LED lighting can have an enormous impact on your bottom line, reducing operational costs by centralized real time management for owners, autonomous operations, occupancy level and staff tracking, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using environmentally friendly products and technologies.

Chain Store

Look forward to providing SMART solutions for your convinient stores.

Best regards,


Industrial One Co.,Ltd

T: 0901. 683.686

E: info@IndustrialOne.net

W: www.IndustrialOne.net

01 Mar 2017


We are hiring a MARKETING DIRECTORY and we can offer:

  • Monthly Salary: $US 4,500
  • Work location: Ho Chi Minh
  • Healthcare insurance
  • Report to GM

Hot Job: Marketing Director

What we can offer

  • Salary: $US 4,500.
  • Work location: Ho Chi Minh
  • Healthcare insurance
  • Report to GM

Company Info:

INDUSTRIAL ONE is a diversified technology company serving industrial customers and communities with innovative products and solutions. Headquarters in Saigon, Vietnam with research and development, manufacturing, sales, service, distribution center. Represent office in Jakarta – Indonesia and Yangon – Myanmar.
Our Vision

To be the world leader in providing industrial products & services with innovative solutions

Our Mission

We are innovating and leading through connections customers, employees and partners that benefit us all

Our Core Values

  • Delivering on commitments
  • Amplifying innovation and creativity
  • Building relationships by open and honest communication
  • Providing a great work environment
  • Managing by facts

Industrial One Businesses

  • Hydrogen Energy and Innovative Gas Solutions
  • Air Compressor & Vacuum Pumps Solutions
  • Wet Processing and Clean Room Solutions
  • SMART Lighting Solutions
  • Water Technology Solutions
  • Hi –Tech Agriculture
  • Industrial Mart : Industrial products, Electronics, Home & Living products


What we can offer

  • Salary: $US 4,500.
  • Healthcare insurance
  • Profectional working environment
  • Report to GM
  • Work location: Ho Chi Minh

Job Description

  • Building, determining and developing short-term and long-term strategies that are suitable for the company’s plan
  • Planning entire marketing activities of the company to hand the Board of Directors such as Master plan including Trade, Digital, Communication, PR – events, Product Marketing and Creative Marketing.
  • Managing, organizing performance, examining and evaluating the plan and the company’s marketing activities.
  • Planning and organizing and conduct market research.
  • Analyze and position a brand and targeted customer in the market and drive long-term growth both.
  • Managing the marketing budget in the assigned range.
  • Human resource management and human resource development of the Marketing Department:
  • Supporting Personnel organization department and giving decision making employment or arranging jobs consistent with the capacity of staffs.
  • Training and developing staffs in the respective departments.
  • Evaluating the result of work, proposing the reward and discipline for employees under the management division.
  • Co-ordinating with other relevant departments to build the documents introducing about company; documents introducing the product line of the company; documents introducing new products; setting up plans and implementing training programs for household products, skills Center Sales and counselor of the sales stores and distributors.
  • Co-ordinating with the marketing department of the company’s partners to build and deploy the strategy / plan / marketing and solutions and communication for the product.
  • Building and combining programs of after-sales service: customer care, Telesales…
  • Conselling timely for the Board of Directors the sales policies, sales promotion for the company.
  • Managing the organization of events of the company such as pressing conferences , launching new products and building relationships with media agencies.
  • Coordinating with relevant departments to implement effectively marketing programs.

Job Requirement

  • Male or Female 30-45 years old
  • Having graduated formal national or international universities in sectors : Press, Marketing, Business Administration, Foreign Affairs
  • Having experiences more than 5 years in the position : Marketing Director/Manager in the large company or group related to Industrial goods, Electronic and Home & Living products.
  • Having good communication skills, confident and having ability working under high pressure
  • Having creative personality and creating the differences
  • Prefering the candidates working in the foreign companies or related to Household goods Companies in Vietnam
  • Using Computer fluently and other sofwares serving for job.


Interested candidates kindly send us your updated CV to info@IndustrialOne.net , or contact +84 8 6288 5106 (Mr. Hung) for further detail and support.

14 Feb 2017

The Energy Observer boat can run for 6 years on nothing but wind, solar, and hydrogen


Serving as a beacon of sustainable energy, the self-powering Energy Explorer boat will set off on an epic 6-year journey this month.

Nobody could accuse Jérôme Delafosse of not having an adventurous spirit.

A professional diver and documentary maker, Delafosse is one half — with offshore racer and Merchant navy officer Victorien Erussard — of an ambitious duo who are setting off this month on an ambitious six-year quest, aboard one of the world’s most futuristic boats.

More: Like a floating Transformer, this yacht changes shape at the push of a button

“The Energy Observer boat creates energy onboard,” Delafosse told Digital Trends. “It has solar panels, wind turbines, a kite that converts the engines into hydro generators, and a hydrogen fuel system that uses decarbonized sea water.”


The converted, 100-foot multi-hull race boat will sail around the world, serving as a symbol of the power of renewable energy. By combining different sustainable energy sources, the Energy Observer is completely autonomous — while still being able to plot its own course and sail against the wind

In all, the vessel will make exactly 101 stopovers in 50 countries around the globe, ranging from Cuba to Goa — and everywhere in between. The Energy Observer will start by crossing the Mediterranean, before traversing the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

With a running cost of $4 million per year, it’s not going to be a cheap voyage, but Delafosse is confident the team will be able to able to cover the costs, although they’ve still got capacity for more financial partners.

Once the mission is over, Delafosse said that the Energy Observer boat could be rented out to people looking for a unique sailing opportunity. However, he hopes that the epic voyage will help do something a lot bigger than just advertise the boat itself.

“This isn’t only the first boat of its kind, but also an example of how these sustainable technologies could be used in houses, hotels and other applications on land,” Delafosse said. “Because we’re trying out all of this technologies, it’s like a floating laboratory [for the CEA-Liten research center in France.] We don’t just have the adventure of sailing, but also of testing these technologies in extreme conditions. That’s totally unique.”

Source: Digitaltrends.com

06 Feb 2017

Mercedes-Benz GLC plug-in hydrogen fuel-cell coming in 2017


Mercedes-Benz will start selling a plug-in fuel-cell version of its GLC compact crossover starting next year. The German automaker managed shrink the size of its fuel-cell stack by about 30 percent so that fits within “conventional engine compartments.” More importantly for green gearheads, the stack uses 90 percent less platinum. Additionally, the car will include a nine kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

Specs-wise, the Mercedes GLC F-Cell will have a combined range of about 500 kilometers (310 miles), including an all-electric range of about 30 miles and a hydrogen fuel tank that can be refilled in about three minutes. The model’s fuel-cell stack was developed in Vancouver with a Ford joint venture, and Mercedes says that, between its B-Class F-CELL and the Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrid urban, the company has collectively racked up more than 12 million kilometers (7.46 million miles) on fuel-cell power.

Word started surfacing late last year that the Daimler division was working on a hydrogen fuel-cell version of the GLC that was said to run about $76,000, or about 50 percent more than the conventional model. Mercedes-Benz hasn’t yet officially put a price on the plug-in fuel cell model, but you can take a look at Mercedes-Benz’s press release below.

In late 2010, Mercedes-Benz started leasing out its B-Class F-Cell conventional fuel-cell vehicle at a not-so-low rate of $849 a month, though Merc was throwing in free refueling and insurance. That front-wheel-drive model included a 100-kWh electric motor that was said to offer performance similar to a 2.0-liter gas-powered engine as well as a full-tank range of 249 miles. At the time, the company was estimated to have invested about $2.7 billion in fuel-cell technology during the previous 15 years.

Under the microscope: Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL: The fuel cell gets a plug

Daimler invests massively in green powertrain technologies: All Mercedes-Benz model series will be electrified

Fuel-cell technology is an integral part of Daimler’s drive system strategy. Because the advantages are clear: a long operating range and short refuelling stops as well as a broad spectrum of possible uses ranging from passenger cars to urban buses. A new vehicle generation based on the Mercedes-Benz GLC is being launched in 2017. The Mercedes-Benz engineers joined forces with partners in the Daimler competence network to develop a new, compact fuel-cell system which for the first time fits into conventional engine compartments. The GLC F-CELL features a large lithium-ion battery as a further innovation of the next-generation fuel-cell vehicles. Rated at around 9 kWh, the battery serves as an additional energy source for the electric motor and can be charged externally by means of plug-in technology for the first time. Together with the further developed intelligent operating strategy, the combination of fuel cell and battery system offers maximum efficiency and comfort. With this set-up, the GLC F-CELL achieves a combined range of around 500 km in the NEDC.

Daimler relies on electric mobility with fuel cell. Vehicles such as the B-Class F-CELL and the Citaro FuelCELL-Hybrid urban bus have together now clocked up in excess of twelve million kilometres, clearly demonstrating that the drive concept is ready for market. The next technology advance is now imminent: working together with partners from its global competence network, Daimler AG has developed an all-new fuel-cell system. Around 30 percent more compact than previously, it can be fully housed in the engine compartment for the first time. The fuel cell developers have also further optimised the performance and operating range. Furthermore, the cost of the innovative technology has been slashed thanks largely to a 90-percent reduction in the amount of platinum used in the stack. From 2017, Daimler will be unveiling the new-generation fuel-cell technology based on the Mercedes-Benz GLC.

World first: plug-in fuel-cell drive goes into production
A lithium-ion battery for autonomous operation is being used in an electric vehicle with fuel cell for the first time. The powerful battery has a capacity of around 9 kWh and is housed at the rear of the SUV to save space. It allows the GLC F-CELL to run on purely battery-electric power for up to 50 km in the NEDC and can be conveniently charged at a standard household socket, a Mercedes-Benz wall box or a public charging station. Two carbon-fibre-encased tanks built into the vehicle floor hold around 4 kg of hydrogen. Thanks to the globally standardised 700-bar tank technology, the tank in the GLC F-CELL can be refilled at a hydrogen filling station within just three minutes, which is about the same amount of time it takes to refuel a car with an internal combustion engine.

The combination of fuel cell and plug-in battery is ideal given the progressive development of the hydrogen filling station infrastructure. The innovative plug-in fuel-cell drive combines the advantages of both zero-emission drive technologies and, thanks to its intelligent operating strategy, continuously optimises the use of both energy sources in line with the current operating situation. The system also features a recuperation function, for example, which allows energy to be recuperated and stored in the battery during braking and coasting phases. In total, the GLC F-CELL achieves a combined range of around 500 km in the NEDC.

Global competence network: access to key technologies
Part of the Daimler AG strategy involves ensuring direct access to key electromobility components. During development and production of the innovative fuel-cell drive, Daimler AG is able to call upon its global competence network. The centrepiece of the technology, the fuel-cell stack, was developed in Vancouver, Canada together with partner Ford in the Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation (AFCC) joint venture. The stack is produced in the neighbourhood at Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cell (MBFC). Overall responsibility for the complete fuel-cell-drive assembly and the hydrogen storage system is developed from the Daimler subsidiary NuCellSys in Kirchheim/Nabern, Baden-Württemberg.

The Daimler strain plant Untertürkheim is responsible for an establishment for the fuel cell system installation, also at the location Nabern. The hydrogen tank system consisting of carbon-fibre-encased tanks is produced at the Daimler Mannheim plant while the lithium-ion battery comes from Daimler subsidiary Deutsche ACCUMOTIVE located in Kamenz, Saxony. Daimler is currently working systematically to prepare for series production of the Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL. The family-friendly SUV suitable for daily use is produced at the Mercedes-Benz Bremen plant, which acts as the competence centre for the model series. The GLC has been rolling off the production line there since July 2015. Regarding to the drive system integration of the GLC F-CELL, the partner EDAG supports the factory Bremen and will settle in the immediate work area.

16 Jan 2017

A Guide to the Best Air Compressors for Agriculture & Farming

A Guide to the Best Air Compressors for Agriculture & Farming

For more than 10,000 years, humanity has cultivated the land, bred livestock and harvested what nature provided in order to feed themselves, allowing our ancestors to abandon a nomadic way of life.

Today, agriculture is still a vital part of human existence, and has become far more advanced over centuries. Much that was once done by hand, or required tools powered by human energy, has been replaced by sophisticated machines, providing higher yields and improving the way crops are harvested for higher efficiency.

As with many industries, to produce the best produce per labor, utilizing the latest, most durable and sophisticated technology of the day is essential.

In farming, machines including water pumps, crop sprayers, tractors, conveyors, pneumatic handling material machines and even dairy machines require compressed air. This makes a reliable air compressor a vital component to a successful farm.
With nearly a century of expertise, Quincy Compressor provides reliable air compressors for farming operations of all types and sizes. We’re your source for a reciprocating or rotary screw air compressor for agriculture business use, and we can also provide dependable portable air compressors for agriculture business field operations.

Quincy Air Compressors for Agricultural Use
As technology has advanced, air compressors also have become more efficient and easier to use. In addition to allowing more control over output, Quincy’s modern air compressors offer clean, pressurized air while utilizing less energy, making them far more economical than other models used in the past.

Whether you own a small family farm or have a larger operation, there is an essential need for an air compressor that’s economical, reliable and trustworthy. Quincy’s line of compressors offer the quality needed for farming, and can weather the heavy demands of the industry with longevity.

Quincy compressors are designed to offer compressed air on demand, either for intermittent or continuous use, and are perfect for the heavy demands required in the day-to-day operations of the agricultural industry.

Agricultural Compressor Uses
While there are many uses for compressors on your farm, some of the compressors available may be more accommodating for some applications than others. By picking the right tool for the job, you ensure maximum productivity, energy efficiency and longevity in your farming equipment.

When considering a compressor for your farm, consider the energy demands required, the horsepower needed and how often you will be utilizing the device. Like other farming equipment, buying a product that is high-quality, can perform the task when needed and will last for decades is important.

Quincy compressors can be utilized in a variety of applications. When considering your application, also consider if the compressor installation can be stationary, or if a portable option may be more advantageous in certain situations.

  • Water Pumps – Water is essential to crops, livestock and sustainable pastures. Sometimes compressed air is needed to bring this vital resource to specific areas to optimize growth. By ensuring less downtime and longevity with your compressor, you ensure your livestock and crops have this essential ingredient for life.
  • Crop Sprayers – Many crop sprayers utilize compressed air, and a reliable compressor is essential in the daily operations of your farm. These types of automated crop sprayers require a large amount of air.
  • Product Conveyors/Pneumatic Material Handling Machines – Many product conveyors utilize compressed air. Quincy compressors are designed for both intermittent and continuous use. Pneumatic material handling machines are common in the food industry and require a steady supply of compressed air to function properly.
  • Dairy Machines – Like many automated agricultural machines that utilize a large amount of compressed air, dairy machines are essential. Quincy compressors are designed to handle the continuous and demanding requirements for farms of all sizes. Energy efficiency, in addition to reliability, is essential when selecting a compressor utilized in the dairy industry.
  • Tractors and Vehicle Tires – One of the most common uses of an air compressor on a farm is to inflate tractor and other vehicle tires on your farm. Whether you need to inflate your ATV tires quickly for the transport of hay to livestock over a large piece of land, or have a large tractor tire that needs inflated, a portable air compressor can be a vital component to your farm. Compressors make this task easy, and will help maintain safety and reliability on your farm equipment. Truck-mount options are also available.
    Greenhouse Ventilation – For some growers, getting clean air and proper ventilation to industrial greenhouses can be a challenge solved with compressed air. For long-term use, energy efficiency is needed to maximize the economic benefits of utilizing compressed air for ventilation. Quincy compressors are built for the challenge, and will last for years.
  • Silos – Compressors can be use to power systems that transport excess grain and food into silos for storage.
  • Winterization of Irrigation Lines – Sometimes the harsh winter weather can impede irrigation lines. Farmers can utilize compressed air to clear irrigation lines of excess water in order to prepare for winter. Not only does it save on costly repairs, it can also be used to protect and add longevity to vital infrastructure that will last for years to come.

An Affordable and Dependable Compressed Air Solution
Minimizing operating costs is essential for survival in today’s highly competitive agriculture business climate. A Quincy Compressor is not only economical to purchase, but it is also economical to own. Quincy offers the most CFM per brake horsepower, which ensures more air while consuming less energy.

The Quincy QT, QP and QR-25 series of reciprocating air compressors are built in Bay Minette, Alabama and have been meticulously designed for maximum productivity, efficiency and longevity. They have been proven through generations of light industrial applications and are available with extended warranties like the No Bull Warranty and True Blue Warranty programs.

The Quincy QP is a mid-range pressure-lubricated air compressor for agriculture. Specifically designed for more demanding 175 PSI applications, the QP features heavy-duty cast-iron construction along with a pressure lubricated system that provides smooth, continuous operation. The combination of affordable pricing and long lifespan enables the QP to offer a cost-effective agricultural compressed air solution.

Recommended Products
To learn more about our recommended air compressors for farming applications, please click on the individual product descriptions below. Quincy offers some of the best air compressors for agricultural use in the industry with economical, trustworthy, reliable products that are built to last.

  • Quincy QGS(4152008420, 4152008421, 4152008420, 415200842, 146510-522, 146510-534) For the demanding compressed-air needs of any farming operation, the QGS can meet the challenge with its innovative rotary-screw design. The QGS is a compact model featuring quiet operation, and provides maximum installation flexibility for use in multiple locations on your agricultural property. In addition, the QGS is designed for a 100 percent duty cycle, and also includes a high-efficiency intake filter and a long-lasting V-belt drive.
  • Quincy QR-25(Consult dealer for size and options)For heavy-duty, high-demand agricultural applications, the Quincy QR-25 offers a highly advanced 1-25 horsepower air compressor series that provides reliable and time-tested performance. In addition, the QR-25 is pressure-lubricated in all critical areas, runs at slower speeds and features durable cast-iron construction for longer life and less downtime.
  • Quincy QP Series (351CS80VCB, 371CS80VCA, 3103DS12HCA, 353DS1HCA, G313H30HCE, G314K30HCE)With 5-15 horsepower, the Quincy QP series is designed for tougher 175 PSI applications. The QP heavy-duty, cast-iron compressor has an oil pump for pressure lubrication to the crankshaft, bearings and connecting rod up to the wrist pins. The pressure-lubricated system allows for smoother continuous operation. Coupled with an attractive price, QP balances cost-effectiveness with longer life to maximize your investment.
  • Quincy QT(251CP80VCB, 251CS80VCB, 271CS80VCB, P2101CS12VCB, P2103DS12HCB, 2153DS12HCA, G213H30HCB, G214K30HCD)When it comes to energy consumption, the Quincy QT is an industry leader with the most cubic feet per minute brake horsepower, ensuring more air while consuming less energy in the production process. The unique valve design provides the highest volumetric efficiency available, and features a one-piece aluminum head, optimizing the strength and allowing for heat dissipation.
  • Quincy Single Stage Series (Q12120P, Q12126VP, Q13160VC)The Quincy Single Stage series offers versatility for both commercial and family farming applications, and is a perfect addition to any operation. There are both stationary and portable models available. Depending on the model, a single stage air compressor can provide a pressure between 110 and 135 psi, while two-stage compressors can deliver up to 175 psi. The Quincy Single Stage series compressors feature a cast iron cylinder, crankshaft and valve plate for strength and durability.

You can realize major cost savings when you run a completed compressed air system assessment for your agricultural air compressor. Check it out:

Full System Assessment for a Cost-Effective Operation

Improve your bottom line through energy assessments and upgrades that look at all areas of your compressed air system. Depending on the needs of your farm, you may spend a significant amount on energy consumption. By analyzing energy use on an annual basis, you can benefit from improved efficiency in various areas.

Considering that around 76 percent of the lifetime operating cost of an air compressor is from electricity, a complete compressed air system assessment will produce a number of options from eliminating air leaks to major system upgrades. By making some or all changes from a system analysis, the savings in energy can give you an attractive long-term return on investment.

Here is a brief list of some areas related to your compressed air system that could help you reduce energy costs on your farm.

Pneumatic tools and accessories
Proper maintenance and operation of air tools is one of the simpler ways to improve efficiency. Changes could include:

Buying new tools that are appropriately sized for the application – not oversized and using more air than needed.
Ensuring operators are trained properly on efficient tool operation
Cleaning and adjusting tools properly for the application on a regular basis
Installing local pressure regulators adjusted to the lowest pressure needed for the job
Having dedicated storage at the end-use equipment to prevent pressure loss systemwide
Implementing a preventive-maintenance plan to regularly check hoses and quick-disconnect fittings that are a common source of air leaks
Inappropriate end use
Eliminating wasteful applications of compressed air can offer quick savings with little expense. Some typical inappropriate uses are:

  • Unregulated and unnecessary blowoff
  • Cleaning work areas with compressed air

Leak detection and repair
Unplanned leaks in your compressed air system could be wasting a significant amount of air. Up to 30 percent of air produced has been attributed to leaking systems in industrial facilities that don’t perform regular leak detection and repair checks. In one furniture factory, 55 leaks were detected with 90 to 95 percent of leaks happening in the pneumatic circuits – not in the lines.

Your leak-management program should include:

Air storage
Short surges in air demand can be efficiently handled by properly sized air storage. This will reduce the frequent occurrence of wasting air through compressor unloadings. With pressure regulators and adequate storage – for an oil-flooded compressor: 4 gallons of storage for every 1 cfm of compressor capacity – you will be in the position to run a lean production line.

Equipment and controls
Upgrading your compressor or air system equipment may have you thinking about the major cost. While the price of new equipment and installation is certainly a considerable investment, it just may be the route you need to take for an efficient system. Even though you may have high upfront costs, the biggest expense of compressed air is mainly from the electricity needed to operate your compressed air system.

If you have an older system, you may not be getting the benefits of energy saving features like:

Automatic sequencing
Multiple stages of compression
Part-load controls – variable speed drive, turn valves, load/unload
Getting a thorough compressed air system assessment done will give you a plan to reduce your costs and have a more dependable production facility. Ideally, you’ll be able to use existing equipment more efficiently and implement practices and procedures that will reduce unnecessary demand.

Contact Us to Learn More About Our Agriculture Air Compressor Products
Quincy Compressor is dedicated to delivering uncompromising reliability and performance for the most demanding agricultural applications. Not sure which air compressor is right for your agricultural operation? We’ll be happy to assist you. Just fill out and submit the convenient online contact form or give us a call for additional information. You can also contact or visit the authorized Quincy Compressor sales and service representative in your area.

You can realize major cost savings when you run a completed compressed air system assessment for your agricultural air compressor. Check it out:

08 Dec 2016


Dear Distinguished Customers,
INDUSTRIAL ONE Co., Ltd is a diversified technology company serving industrial customers and communities with innovative products and solutions. Headquartered in Saigon, Vietnam and Business in Jakarta, Indonesia with research and development, manufacturing, sales, service, and distribution center

Together with the development of advanced science and technology around the world in recent years, The company has continuously introduced and brought customers innovative solutions through the business sector.

Before the epidemic hemorrhagic fever and Zika virus infection complicated, spread rapidly in Vietnam. To actively prevent mosquito and insect epidemic disease. Especially Zika virus kills mosquitoes, mosquito transmitted dengue fever and malaria. We would like to introduce Mosquito Trap HORI UV LED using the world’s best technology – Killing mosquitoes with the extreme ultraviolet and CO2 from LEDs and TiO2 Violeds technology – Korea, manufacture in Indonesia. With features:
No Chemical, safety
Quiet operation without noise
Low power consumption by UV LED
Aesthetic design
Size: 200mm x 232 mm
Weight: 359g
Warranty: 12 months

Price: 900,000 VNĐ
Free delivery
For product information & placing order, please contact: Mr Hùng – 093 816 4849 or info@IndustrialOne.net
Customers may refer to advertising in the link below:

We hope to receive the support of Customers

Trần Vĩnh Thái
Business & Marketing Director
Industrial One Co., Ltd
T: 0974 916963
E: thai.tran@IndustrialOne.net
W: www.IndustrialOne.net

08 Nov 2016

Ho Chi Minh City confirms 9 more Zika cases, raises Vietnam’s total to 39

There are signs of the virus spreading rapidly across the city of 12 million people.

Ho Chi Minh City reported nine more cases of the Zika virus on Thursday, raising the total infections in the city to 30 and in Vietnam to 39.

The health department said the patients live in 11 out of the city’s 24 districts.

Admitting that there are signs of the virus spreading widely across the city, the department has set up six special task forces to prevent new infections and detect new cases.

The department said it will fumigate the areas on a regular basis to eliminate mosquitoes, while calling on residents to clean their houses. The population of Aedes aegypti mosquito, a vector species for the Zika virus dengue and yellow fever, has increased significantly in the area since the rainy season.

People are advised to have blood tests if they develop rashes together with either high fever, conjunctivitis, red eyes or joint or muscle pains. The city is providing free tests at 30 public hospitals which will send them to the Pasteur Institute’s epidemiology center for testing.

Tran Dac Phu, director of the Preventive Health Department, said HCMC has a high risk of infection due to its large population, which is around 12 million including migrants.

There is a lot of mobility around the city while “hygiene is not very good”, Phu said.

HCMC declared a Zika pandemic after confirming the fifth case two weeks ago.

Vietnam has confirmed 39 Zika infections in the southern and central regions since the first two cases were discovered in HCMC and the central province of Khanh Hoa in April.

Other patients have been hit by the virus in the provinces of Binh Duong, Dak Lak, Khanh Hoa, Long An, Tra Vinh and Phu Yen . In Dak Lak, a 4-month-old baby has been confirmed as Vietnam’s first case of microcephaly caused by Zika.

The health ministry said people should avoid mosquito bites and use condoms to avoid contracting the virus.

Health officials said both men and women should avoid traveling to places where Zika cases have been confirmed if they plan to have children.

The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended that women wait at least eight weeks after possible exposure to the Zika virus before becoming pregnant. Men should wait six months.

According to the World Health Organization, Zika outbreaks have been reported in around 70 countries and territories.

More than 2,000 babies have been born with Zika-related microcephaly or other birth defects around the world, according to the latest WHO report. Brazil has reported over 1,800 cases of Zika-related microcephaly; the U.S. has reported 23.

The birth defect appears in 1-10 percent of babies whose mothers contract the Zika virus during the first trimester. Thailand reported two cases of microcephaly linked to the virus in late September, which were the first in Southeast Asia.

01 Jul 2016

Singapore confirms 41 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus

Singapore has confirmed 41 cases of locally transmitted Zika virus, mostly among foreign construction workers, and said it expected more cases to be identified.

All but seven of those infected had fully recovered, the Health Ministry and the National Environment Agency said in a statement on Sunday. The seven remain in hospital.

On Saturday, authorities confirmed a 47-year-old Malaysian woman living in southeastern Singapore as the city-state’s first case of a local transmission of the virus.

An Aedes aegypti mosquito is seen inside a test tube as part of a research on preventing the spread of the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases at a control and prevention center in Guadalupe, neighbouring Monterrey, Mexico, March 8, 2016. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril/File Photo

Zika, carried by some mosquitoes, was detected in Brazil last year and has since spread across the Americas. The virus poses a risk to pregnant women because it can cause severe birth defects. It has been linked in Brazil to more than 1,600 cases of microcephaly, where babies are born with small heads.

Singaporean authorities said they tested 124 people, primarily foreign construction workers employed on a site in the same part of Singapore. That site has been ordered to halt work, and workers’ dormitories are being inspected. Seventy-eight people tested negative and five cases were pending. Thirty-four patients had fully recovered.

Four Singaporean men had developed symptoms of the virus in the past week and were hospitalized on Saturday. It was not clear where the foreign workers were from or when their cases were detected. Singapore hosts a large contingent of workers from the Asian subcontinent.

None of those infected had traveled recently to Zika-affected areas. “This confirms that local transmission of Zika virus infection has taken place,” the statement said.

The ministry “cannot rule out further community transmission since some of those tested positive also live or work in other parts of Singapore,” the statement said. “We expect to identify more positive cases.”

The World Health Organization said in a statement on Sunday that it did not know “which lineage of Zika is circulating” or “what the level of population immunity is to this lineage of Zika in Asia.”

“It is important for countries to remain vigilant through surveillance for cases, to continue vector control, to inform people about Zika and how they can protect themselves, and to have the health system ready to supply the services needed to prevent and manage Zika and its consequences,” the group told Reuters.

Singapore, a major regional financial center and busy transit hub, which maintains a constant vigil against the mosquito-borne dengue virus, reported its first case of the Zika virus in May, brought in by a middle-aged man who had been to Brazil.


Singapore deployed about 200 NEA officers to clean drains and spray insecticide in the mainly residential area early on Sunday to counter mosquito breeding grounds, and volunteers and contractors handed out leaflets and insect repellent.

All medical services in Singapore had been alerted “to be extra vigilant” and immediately report any Zika-associated symptoms to the health ministry.

Singapore said there were “ongoing local transmission” cases in Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. Other countries in the region to have detected the Zika virus since 2013 include Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives and the Philippines, according to the WHO.

Malaysia said on Sunday it stepped up surveillance at main transit points with Singapore – handing out leaflets on Zika prevention and having paramedics ready to handle visitors with potential symptoms of the virus.

In Thailand, where close to 100 cases of Zika have been recorded across 10 provinces this year, the Department of Disease Control was screening athletes returning from the Olympic Games in Brazil, but was not otherwise changing its prevention measures.

“Every country in this region has Zika transmission cases,” said Prasert Thongcharoen, an adviser to the DDC. “Thailand has, however, managed to contain the problem through early detection.”

A Foreign Ministry spokesman said Indonesia was “following developments”. Oskar Pribadi, a Health Ministry official, said there had been no recent Zika cases in the country.

Vietnam has to date reported three cases of locally transmitted Zika infection.

The current strain of Zika sweeping through Latin America and the Caribbean originated in Asia, where people may have built up greater immunity.

(Reporting by Marius Zaharia; Additional reporting by Aradhana Aravindan in Singapore, A. Ananthalakshmi in Kuala Lumpur, Amy Lefevre in Bangkok, Agustinus Beo Da Costa in Jakarta, My Pham in Hanoi, Julie Steenhuysen in Chicago and Trevor Hunnicutt in New York; Editing by Ian Geoghegan and Peter Cooney)