Dong Phong Vietnam Launches Heavyweight Vehicles In The Market For Small-Medium Sized Factories

Dong Phong Vietnam has come up with heavy rescue vehicles, sweepers, fire trucks, waste trucks for meeting the bulk needs of the industries and factories. These vehicles are imported and traded with DVP to several other countries apart from Vietnam.

Hanoi, Vietnam - January 15, 2020 / / —

Dong Phong Vietnam is functional in the field of trading, importing, and producing parts of trucks separately. They also provide that factories and every small-medium industry mainly use them. The work on the mission of creating cars of optimum quality with the integration of technology and functioning that are of highest in standards.

Upholding the motto of the company, the spokesperson is heard saying, “we strive to build trust in the customers, and that serves as the foundation of our much-revered success. We have tasted the sweet flavor of achievement at such an early age of our career because of a constant urge for innovation.”

They also participate in this business of importing and distributing vehicles for captivating the market's attention. Each of their products is specialized for performing jobs of different natures. In addition to this, they have also expanded their spheres of service in producing specialized vehicles. The citizens mostly prefer these vehicles, and to meet the increasing needs of people, DVP has taken the initiative of exploring their range of products with brands like Hyundai, Hino, Howo, Dongfeng, and Fuso. See more at dongphongvietnam.com

They have also imported and distributed the following vehicles: self-propelled cranes, traffic road trucks, garbage engines, semi-trailers, sweepers, road trucks, tractors, cleaning trucks, Waste vehicles, rescue sprinklers, compactors, and suction cranes.

With a constant urge to improving their skills and services, DVP has employed skilled and experienced engineers in their firm to offer assured service to their clients.

About the company:
Dong Phong Vietnam is one of the premium cars and trucks trading, importing, and producing firms that are widely functional in Vietnam. They are also a household name in the country for its trusted service in the field of providing genuine cars. Apart from offering lucrative benefits to the customers, they also offer extended warranty along with maintenance service. Owing to their years of experience, the company has been able to build credibility among its customers and clients. They have received contracts from some of the top industries to supply waste trucks sprinklers, concrete mixers, vacuum cleaners, road sweepers, etc. units in all parts of the country. With relentless support from their clients and recognition through the reviews, DVP has been able to carve out a place for themselves in this territory.

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Contact Info:
Name: Daniel
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Organization: Dong Phong Vietnam
Address: Km3, Ql3, Mai Lam, Dong Anh, Ha Noi
Phone: +84 386206603
Website: http://dongphongvietnam.com

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Release ID: 88942847

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