Mitsubishi Electric Vietnam signed the Agreement on sponsoring scholarships and equipment to the University of Transport and Communications

In the afternoon of January 28th 2021, the Signing Ceremony of Sponsorship Agreement on E-F@ctory Automation Equipment with a total value of more than 1.5 billion VND by Mitsubishi Electric Vietnam (MEVN) took place at the University of Transport and Communications.

According to the content of the agreement, MEVN sponsors UTC e-f@ctory automation equipment, including 05 iQ-R PLCs, 05 FX5U PLCs, 05 sets of HMI GOT, CC-Link IE network system, 06 inverters & three-phase motor, 04 servo amplifier & servomotor. Also in the framework of the agreement, MEVN will sponsor 10 scholarships for students of the Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the academic year 2020-2021.

Attending the signing ceremony, on the side of the UTC, there were Prof. Dr. Nguyen Duy Viet - Vice Rector; Dr. Trinh Quang Khai - Director of International Cooperation & Development Studies Department; Prof. Dr. Trinh Luong Mien, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Nghia – Vice Dean of Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Dr. Tong Anh Tuan – Deputy Director of Equipment Management Department. On the side of Mitsubishi Electric Vietnam, there were Mr. Shigeo Kuroki - General Manager of FA; Mr. Le Van Dong - FA Planning Duty General Manager; Mr. Mitsuhiro Toya - ASMG&FA Sales North Manager; Ms. Cu Thi Huyen Trang - Sales North Senior Executive.

Signing the Sponsorship Agreement between UTC and MEVN

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Nguyen Duy Viet would like to thank MEVN for sponsoring e-f@ctory equipment and scholarships to UTC. The University will direct the functional units to establish the Mitsubishi Electric Laboratory on schedule according to the content of the agreement and commit to effectively use Mitsubishi Electric equipment for training and scientific research. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Duy Viet believes the two sides will have a good cooperation and expects that MEVN always accompanies the University to support lecturers in transferring and updating Mitsubishi's advanced automation technology, contributing to improving the quality of training students.