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TWD, HueWACO Ink MOU on Tech Exchange

TWD, HueWACO Ink MOU on Tech ExchangeTaipei Water Department (TWD) signed an MOU promoting technology exchange with Thua Thien Hue Construction and Water Supply State One Member Company (HueWACO) on August 27. This is the first step in collaboration of Taiwan and Vietnam on Water business.
 
The MOU was signed during the Vietnamese delegation’s visit to the agency. The delegation was headed by HueWACO’s CEO Truong Cong Han.
 
According to TWD, HueWACO supplies water to roughly 1 million residents in its locality. The company employs over 500 workers and has been actively seeking international cooperation to strengthen its water-related technologies in recent years.
 
After signing MOUs with the water companies in Perth, Australia and Yokohama, Japan last year, HueWACO proposed a similar arrangement to TWD during their visit to Taiwan in April 2018. The MOU focuses on water supply technology, customer service, historical site revitalization, and staff training.
 
The Vietnamese delegation also took the opportunity to visit the Zhitan Water Purification Center, which is the largest facility of its kind in East Asia. They also stopped by the Water Museum to learn about revitalizing historical sites as well as experiencing the excitement of the ongoing Taipei Water Festival.