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MTS Systems arrives in Vietnam

Released at: 12:31, 28/01/2018

MTS Systems arrives in Vietnam

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Global supplier of high-performance testing systems and sensors engages local company to support its entry into Vietnam.

by Doanh Doanh

MTS Systems Corporation, a leading global supplier of high-performance testing systems and sensors, announced on January 25 that the MEDTEC Solutions Co. will support the market segments of MTS Vehicles, Structures and Materials in Vietnam, marking the entry of its products into the country.

“MTS’s expansion in Southeast Asia delivers stronger support to all our customers in the region,” said Dr. Jeffrey Graves, MTS President and CEO. “Our investment in Vietnam in particular will provide a faster response to meeting predicted near-term growth and better testing solutions to empower future growth.”

The appointment of its new business partner, MEDTEC Solutions, will accelerate MTS’s growth strategies in the region. It expects significant investments in mechanical testing from Vietnamese industries in the near future, especially in the automotive, civil structural and university sectors. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has forecast 6.8 per cent GDP growth this year in Vietnam.

With sales offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, MEDTEC Solutions serves the automotive, polymer & petrochemicals, metals, pharmaceutical, medical devices, and higher education industries, which align with MTS’s product and service portfolio and will benefit greatly from increased MTS representation in the country.

MTS Systems Corporation’s testing hardware, software, and services solutions help customers accelerate and improve their design, development, and manufacturing processes and are used for determining the mechanical behavior of materials, products, and structures. Its high-performance sensors provide controls for a variety of applications measuring motion, pressure, position, force, and sound. It had 3,500 employees as at September 30 and earned revenue of $788 million in fiscal year ending September 30.

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