Cleanroom design and build specialist Intraco has received a visit from a Vietnamese Vice Minister to its project site for veterinary medicine and vaccine firm Vaksindo
The Vice Minister of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development Phung Duc Tien, together with a delegation from the General Director of Department of Animal Health had a visit to the Vietnam Animal Health project currently under development by Vietnam-based cleanroom design and build specialist Intraco. This site is a large pharmaceutical production project for a company called Vaskindo at Yen My II Industrial Park in Vietnam.
Working with the delegation, on the Vaksindo side, there was the President and CEO of Vaksindo cooperation: Dr Teguh Prajitno, the Chairman of the members’ council Japfa and Vaksindo Vietnam: Mr Hoang Phan Tan, Director of Science and Innovation Technology Mr Maureen Kalona Kandou and other related individuals.
The project team always works according to standards and regulations and ensures the completion of the project on schedule
The delegation surveyed and visited the construction site, and listened to explanations about the project and products. The Vietnam Animal Health project was built to meet GMP standards. For the pharmaceutical industry, GMP is the principles and standards for the production of drugs and medicinal ingredients. This is to ensure that medicines and medicinal ingredients are always manufactured and tested according to quality standards.
Since then, products are manufactured in accordance with the intended use and requirements of the circulation registration certificate of drugs and medicinal ingredients.
This work is carried out step by step based on environmental factors, materials, human resources, techniques and implementation procedure. The project team always works according to standards and regulations and ensures the completion of the project on schedule.
At the end of the meeting, Vice Minister Phung Duc Tien communicated that he highly appreciated the progress of the project, as well as the construction process. The Deputy Minister also emphasised the importance of the project in the near future.