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Arcon-Sunmark aims for breakthrough in Vietnam

While the Danish market has come to a full stop and layoffs are looming at Danish factories, solar company Arcon-Sunmark is doing far better in Vietnam, where the firm has just started installation of the first large-scale solar heating plant.

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Danish Arcon-Sunmark, which produces solar heating plants, will now take on its largest project ever in Vietnam.

The company, which announced a staff reduction at a Danish factory this October, will construct a solar heating plant for 5,000 cubic meters, to deliver heating for the processing of hides and the vaporization of waste water for PrimeAsia Leather Company's factory in Ba Ria-Vung Tau, south of Ho Chi Minh City.

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