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  • Unicons holds signing ceremony of Business Plan 2019

    26/02/2019 - Company News | 1859 lượt xem

    In December 2018, Unicons held the signing ceremony of the Business and Production Plan 2019 at the company's office. Attending the ceremony, there were Mr. Nguyen Ba Duong - Chairman of Coteccons Group, Unicons Board of Directors and all the Division Directors, Project Directors, Site Managers, Heads and Vice Heads of Departments/Divisions of Unicons nationwide. “Optimizing and improving competitiveness” is the core strategy of Unicons in 2019.

    Overview of the signing ceremony of Unicons Business Plan 2019

    In 2019, Unicons sets a target revenue of VND 10,000 billion and a 15% increase in labor productivity compared to 2018. Together with the parent company Coteccons, Unicons pays special attention to creativity to improve labor productivity and develop Coteccons Group’s ecosystem to create more perfect products and services to meet customers’ needs. The company continues to take care of employees’ lives and maintain the best working environment in Vietnam’s construction industry.

    Mr. Nguyen Ba Duong – Coteccons Group’s Chairman (right) and Mr. Le Chi Trung – Unicons’ General Director (left)

    Previously, also in December 2018, Unicons’ managers presented the final reports of production and business activities in 2018 in turns. In 2018, with the drastic leadership of the Board of Leaders and the efforts of the staff, Unicons achieved many targets on revenue, profit and debt recovery. The project management objectives in terms of quality, progress, customer relations and successive personnel training were also focused and fulfilled, creating a premise for the development in 2019 and the following years.

    Unicons’ management team

    With the capacity of the management team, the solidarity and the consensus of the staff, Unicons will surely reap many new successes in 2019.

    Unicons’ strategy for 2019: “Optimizing and improving competitiveness”

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