Doosan Infracore said on July 11 it has opened an engine training center in Vietnam to expand its presence in the Southeast Asian market.
The center in Ho Chi Minh will provide services, including training programs related to its engine products for commercial vehicles, to Vietnamese customers, according to Doosan Infracore.
The company plans to expand the center to become a training and distribution hub in the Southeast Asian market.
Doosan Infracore logged $12 million in sales in Vietnam in 2017, and aims to raise the figure to $30 million by 2023.
It was the first Korean firm to produce diesel engines. Its engine business sector posted sales of 1 trillion won ($849 million) and operating profit of 100 billion last year.
By Ram Garikipati and newswires (firstname.lastname@example.org)