PEB Steel Myanmar holds Grand Opening Celebration at Pullman Hotel

PEB Steel Myanmar holds Grand Opening Celebration at Pullman Hotel

17/04/2019

YangonPEB Steel Myanmar officially held the Grand Opening Ceremony for its first facility in Myanmar on March 29, 2019, at Pullman Hotel. The ceremony was held solemnly in the presence of representatives from local authorities, investors, constructors, consultants, and executive members of PEB Steel Myanmar.

Located in Thilawa Special Economic Zone (TSEZ), the 30,000-square-metre factory with a total investment of $25 million will feature the latest advanced technologies and designs to achieve a monthly capacity of 3,000MT for steel structures.

The factory will be put under the operation and management of an excellent team of engineers and supervisors, along with more than 335 skilled workers, to ensure the production of top-quality products, and contribute to construction quality in Myanmar.

PEB Steel Myanmar opened its first representative office in Yangon back in 1998. Over the course of 20 years, supplying products to more than 160 projects, PEB Steel Myanmar factory has been built to meet the rising demand for pre-engineered buildings (p.e.b.) in the country and overseas markets such as the Philippines, West Asia, and Africa, among others.

Board of Directors posted with delegates

Mr. Sami Kteily addressed an opening speech

The moment of Yangon factory was officially launched

Mr. Sami Kteily, executive chairman of PEB Steel Buildings spoke to TSEZ representative

Mr. Adib Kouteili, managing director of PEB Steel Buildings gave a name card to the guest

Mr. Nanda Kumar, general manager of PEB Steel Myanmar welcomed the guest

A traditional performance during the grand opening night

PEB Steel vinh dự nhận giải thưởng Rồng Vàng lần thứ 6

12/04/2019

Giải thưởng Rồng Vàng 2018, 6 tháng 4, 2019 – công ty TNHH Nhà thép PEB tiếp tục được vinh danh lần thứ 6 liên tiếp cho danh hiệu “Sản phẩm Tốt nhất” trong buổi Lễ trao giải thưởng Rồng Vàng 2018 do Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam đánh giá và công bố. Danh hiệu này nhằm ghi nhận những đóng góp không ngừng của công ty Nhà thép PEB cho sản phẩm Nhà thép tiền chế trong lĩnh vực xây dựng tại Việt Nam.

Giải thưởng nhằm ghi nhận những nỗ lực của PEB Steel trong sự đổi mới và phát triển lĩnh vực Nhà thép tiền chế trong hơn 25 năm qua. Chúng tôi xin gửi lời tri ân tới những đơn vị đối tác và khách hàng đã luôn đồng hành cùng chúng tôi.

Ông Trương Khôi Nguyên, giám đốc khu vực phía Bắc của công ty PEB Steel nhận giải thưởng vinh danh

Cúp vinh danh “Thương hiệu mạnh Việt Nam 2018”

Đôi nét về giải thưởng Rồng Vàng

Giải thưởng được lần đầu công bố vào năm 2001, nhằm ghi nhận những nỗ lực và kết quả kinh doanh của các doanh nghiệp tại Việt Nam. Giải thưởng được đánh giá dựa trên kết quả của các hoạt động sản xuất và tình hình kinh doanh, những đổi mới trong dịch vụ, và ứng dụng các giải pháp về công nghệ nhằm bảo vệ môi trường, thực hiện các nghĩa vụ về thuế, đảm bảo về quyền lợi của người lao động, và đóng góp tích cực vào các hoạt động hỗ trợ cộng đồng.

Với chủ đề năm nay là “Uy tín mới, Cơ hội mới“, Thời báo Kinh tế Việt Nam, đơn vị tổ chức Giải thưởng Rồng Vàng đã trao danh hiệu “Thương hiệu Việt Nam xuất sắc” nhằm vinh danh tới 60 Doanh nghiệp có vốn đầu tư nước ngoài (FDIs) và 94 Doanh nghiệp có vốn đầu tư trong nước (DDIs).

PEB Steel awarded The Highest Quality Design & Steel Fabrication Company certificate in Indonesia

04/04/2019

ELECTRICITY FORUM 2019 Conference & Exhibition Event with the theme “Electricity Technology & Energy Innovation for National Energy Independence”.

In the recent launch of the 35,000 MW electricity project by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Indonesia government through PT. PLN (Persero) to accelerating the nationwide electricity programme, many activities which include Conference, Exhibition, Job Fair, and Awarding The Best Research Supporting Company has been carried out to promote the accomplishment.

PEB Steel is trusted as a designer, fabricator and supplier of steel structure in Indonesia with the best quality steel product. The customers are very satisfied with our service and products. In addition, we are excellent in providing after sales service. Therefore, 27th March 2019, we were award “The Highest Quality Design & Steel Fabrication Company” certification as ticking out several complex requirements and criteria including technical qualifications, competency, progress, and quality.

PEB Steel is honored to receive this award, so we are anticipating new opportunities of contributing in building great Indonesia.

Conference & Exhibition Event with the theme “Electricity
Technology & Energy Innovation for National Energy Independence”, 27th March 2019

PEB Steel was award “The Highest Quality Design & Steel Fabrication Company” certification

PEB Steel glides over global challenge

31/01/2019

Despite widespread assumptions, the US-China trade war is unlikely to affect Vietnam’s steel businesses in the downstream segment.

Throughout 2018, trade tensions between the world’s two biggest economies have reverberated across the world. Among the top products that fall victim to this trade war is steel, starting with Chinese steel imports to the US being taxed by 25 percent in March 2018. The issue is getting complicated as the US has accused Chinese steel manufacturers of shifting products to nearby countries, including Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia, to avoid import duties to the US.

For the past year, these anti-dumping accusations had a negative effect on Vietnam’s upstream steel producers. Steel mills in Vietnam are suspected of importing Chinese products, adding some minor finishing touches before exporting them to the US as “Made in Vietnam” steel. The 250 percent tax on Vietnamese steel, imposed by the US’s Department of Commerce last year, was a bitter pill to swallow for local steel exporters.

The US-China trade war did not only hit downstream steel players, but it provided them a chance to fill in Chinese producer’s boots

As a result, the entire steel industry was taken by doom and gloom, accompanied by news of excess capacity and strict export requirements. However, industry experts are now trying to clarify that the trade war and its related tariffs only affect upstream companies. These are the ones at the very start of the production process, who are responsible for collecting raw materials, such as iron ore or coal, before mixing them and creating steel billets for mid-stream businesses.

According to industry experts, the effect is more muted for mid-stream companies, who are tasked with thinning the steel billets. Going further to downstream counterparts, who use the finished steel to build houses and factories, no significant impact of the trade war can be found. This is mainly because downstream businesses in Vietnam respond first and foremost to the domestic construction demand, which is still robust thanks to Vietnam’s rising status as a regional manufacturing hub.

A lot of people are concerned about our profitability in 2018 due to the trade war. However, it is actually the opposite. Our profits are excellent, and we are proud of the projects we delivered in the past year,” said Sami Nour Kteily, executive chairman of PEB Steel Buildings.

The downstream company posted a historic revenue figure of more than $100 million in 2018, which represents a growth of 30 percent year-on-year.

New opportunities for big players

Most experts agree that the Vietnamese steel industry still has ample room for growth despite the risks of lower exports and the trade war. However, growth opportunities are not the same for everyone. For example, in the downstream segment, pre-engineered buildings (P.E.B.) are expected to flourish, while small stores selling ready-made steel will be phased out.

In many ways, P.E.B. technology is superior to ready-made steel because it is tailored to each construction project. Similar to a tailor, P.E.B. engineers will take into account the requirements of individual customers before designing suitable steel products for specific projects. All of the primary framing members, and secondary structural tools, are treated in the factory before being shipped to the job site for setting up the building.

On the contrary, ready-made steel producers – similar to fast-fashion manufacturers – have a one-size-fits-all approach to construction. Customers have to choose from the existing range of materials, which may not match their own unique needs.

The change towards P.E.B. technology in Vietnam is already happening, with 80 percent of domestic factories now built with P.E.B. technology instead of ready-made materials. This trend is similar to nearby markets such as Myanmar, Cambodia or Laos, where steel mills cannot meet the rising demand for tailored buildings. The P.E.B. market in Vietnam, specifically, is expected to grow by 15 percent in the near future, as manufacturers flock to the country thanks to Vietnam’s increasing openness to global markets.

P.E.B. technology is flourishing in Vietnam, as 80 percent of factories chose it over ready-built materials

PEB Steel Buildings’ Kteily said that even within the P.E.B. industry, there is a divide between major businesses and smaller competitors. Bigger players have three distinct advantages: an experienced in-house team of engineers, the latest software of certified standards, and a huge inventory of at least three months’ worth of sales. At PEB Steel Buildings, this amounts to $15 million of inventory.

We want to build efficient, effective and economical buildings. We should take particular care not to repeat the mistakes of the ready-made system. Our products must be of certifiable origin and our in-house engineers need to always make sure that we can provide tailored solutions to each customer,” said Kteily.

At factories, major businesses can afford to have the most experienced welders, together with good materials and a strong team of controllers, who keep tabs on product quality. Added advantages include high-quality accessories and a no-waste system that minimizes environmental effects.

Going forward

Buoyed by good prospects and a healthy distance from the US-China trade war, most downstream steel businesses in Vietnam are upbeat about the future ahead. PEB Steel Buildings is among the biggest optimists – the company finished 2018 with a bang and is now eager to see what the future has to offer. Just a few months ago, the company finished the steel structure for the first stage of VinFast’s automobile factory, located in the northern port city of Haiphong.

This is our proudest achievement in 2018, as we delivered the project in record time and recorded no casualties or penalties,” said Kteily.

The company is the largest supplier of steel structures for the complex and is also the sole foreign contractor to implement P.E.B. technology at the site. The company is “incredibly happy” to take part in a landmark project for Vietnam’s nascent automobile industry.

Looking forward, PEB Steel Buildings said that it is planning to export Made-in-Vietnam steel to different markets around the world, as far as El Salvador in the Caribbean. Bound by its commitment to Vietnam’s sustainability goals, the 25-year-old company is also striving to train Vietnam’s next generation of high-quality engineers and to promote green construction in the country.

PEB Steel glides over global challenge

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PEB Steel - Những hoạt động nổi bật đã diễn ra trong năm 2018!

29/01/2019

Trải qua một năm 2018 với rất nhiều thành công của công ty TNHH Nhà Thép PEB. Hãy cùng chúng tôi xem lại các hoạt động và thành tựu đạt được trong năm vừa qua, và chúng tôi cũng tin rằng, thành công của chúng tôi sẽ là động lực để giúp bạn cùng thành công trong năm Kỷ Hợi 2019!

Chúc mừng năm mới 2019!

Công ty TNHH Nhà Thép PEB.

FOCUS TO POWER GENERATION SECTOR

22/01/2019

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PEB Steel constructs the pre-engineered buildings for VinFast’s production complex

05/11/2018

PEB Steel Buildings is proud to have provided steel structures for the VinFast automobile manufacturing complex, the first of its kind in Vietnam developed by Vingroup.

Leveraging its 24 years of experience gained through 7,000 large-scale projects in the locality and foreign markets, PEB Steel has met several complex requirements and criteria, including technical qualifications, competency, progress, and quality conducted by Vingroup.  PEB Steel has become the largest supplier of steel structures for the first phase of the complex and also the sole foreign contractor to construct the pre-engineered buildings for VinFast’s plant.

Sami Kteily, executive chairman of PEB Steel, said that “PEB Steel’s factories have operated at 150 percent capacity and run up two shifts in five continuous months to stay on track. Even during the Tet holiday or the monsoon season, the company was racing to complete the construction in time.”

According to Truong Khoi Nguyen, general manager of PEB Steel Hanoi, to improve the quality of VinFast’s E-scooter assembling workshop, PEB Steel also fabricates the steel frame with increasingly elevated strength resistance properties. As a result, the structural frame can increase strength resistance by 20 percent compared to the original design without raising the production cost.

Through its excellent track record, PEB Steel has greatly contributed to the seamless process and successful completion of the VinFast automobile manufacturing complex. As VinFast’s plans and ambitions go beyond simply setting up a car company, it is laying the foundations for Vietnam to become a car manufacturing nation. PEB Steel is honoured to join this landmark project that puts Vietnam on the global car map.

Full article on Vietnam Investment Review, November 2018

Building base for local car production – Vietnam Investment Review, November 2018

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