Advisory Council for Science, Education & Environment (Central Committee of Vietnamese Fatherland Front) visited An Phat Bioplastics

On June 4th, 2020, An Phat Bioplastics JSC (AAA) – a subsidiary of An Phat Holdings (APH) was honored to welcome the delegation of Advisory Council for Science, Education & Environment under Central Committee of Vietnamese Fatherland Front to visit its factory.

The delegation included several leading scientists in Vietnam such as: Prof. Ph.D Nguyen Lan Dung, Prof. D.Sc. Tran Dinh Long, Assoc. Dr. Vu Hao Quang, Assoc. Dr. Pham Van Nghe, PhD. Nguyen Nhat Hai, etc, together with representatives from Central Propaganda Department and the press agency of Central Committee of Vietnamese Fatherland Front.

Mr. Dinh Xuan Cuong – Vice Chairman, CEO of APH along with many senior leaders and managers welcomed the delegation.

In addition to visiting the manufacturing factory of compostable products, the seminar on the topic of “Compostable materials and applications in An Phat Holdings’ production and trading activities” took place with the lively discussion of Vietnam’s leading scientists in this field.

At the seminar, Mr. Nguyen Le Thang Long – Director of APH’s Research and Development Center gave an introduction on raw materials, production processes and compostable products that APH, AAA are currently researching and trading. On behalf of the delegation, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Lan Dung proposed strengthening the cooperation between APH and the Council to promote the compostable product line. At the same time, he also suggested that Vietnamese Fatherland Front should have seminars at the national level to propagate about APH’s environmentally friendly products.

On behalf of APH, Mr. Dinh Xuan Cuong – Vice Chairman, CEO reviewed the report and thanked the scientists for their interest in the compostable products of APH, and APH hoped to receive their support to propagate, raise the awareness of Vietnamese people on choosing products that are safe for human health and environmentally friendly.

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