With the aim of supporting the training and education of a future engineer or mechanic, and contributing to further improving the automotive industry in Vietnam, Hino Motors Vietnam (HMV ) awarded to the Thuy Loi University (TLU) and the University of Transport & Communications (UTC) the Hino JO8E-WE truck engine.
The handover ceremony was held on November 3 and November 6 with the presence of HMV leaders and distinguished guests from Sumitomo Corporation Vietnam, Work Staff Vietnam, Thuy Loi University, University of Transport & Communications and partners.
Present in Vietnam since 1996, for nearly 25 years of companion and development with the country and people of Vietnam, HMV has always tried to implement the company’s activities under the motto of dedicating to development and for a prosperous society and elevating the living standards of Vietnamese people by providing products of the highest quality. In addition, HMV’s leaders also always want to contribute to the development of the community, especially the education and training of future generations.
During the handover ceremony, Mr. Takashi Muto – General Director of HMV shared: “We hope that the truck engine awarded by Hino will contribute to improving the quality of teaching and practice activities of your students. Thereby helping students have practical skills on modern models and equipment being applied. At the same time, contribute to the development of human resources for the automobile industry in Vietnam as well as the labor demand in Japan.”
According to Prof. Dr. Trinh Minh Thu – Rector of Thuy Loi University: “Cooperation with Japanese businesses is a focus of the Thuy Loi University. Sponsoring the University’s students a truck engine for practice at the University will be effective and contribute to improving the quality of training in this field even more.”
Assoc. Dr. Nguyen Duy Viet – Vice Rector of the University of Transport & Communications shared: “Since 2008 when the first HINO engine was awarded to the UTC, HMV and Work Staff Vietnam has always accompanied the University in the career of human resource training and actively contributed to the sustainable development of the UTC. Not only giving HINO engine a model to serve training and research, HMV also uses the school’s human resources, creating conditions for graduate students to be recruited to work at HMV, one of the leading companies in the business of manufacturing, assembling and maintaining – repairing vehicles.”
The handover ceremony took place successfully with a warm welcome from the school. TLU, UTC and HMV will continue to strive to strengthen the exchange relationship with the parties, while contributing more to the development of Vietnam.
Some nice pictures of the handover ceremony:
Event at TLU.