On June 16, 2021, Nosco Shipyard purchased 5 tons of Bac Giang lychee to give to the Company’s employees and local residents. This activity is in response to the call of the Vietnamese Government and the authorities of Quang Ninh and Bac Giang provinces to support the consumption of local agricultural products.

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in Bac Giang took place at the time to harvest lychee – a local specialty that is exported to many markets around the world e.g., US, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Europe, etc. with retail price from VND350,000 – 500,000 per kilogram. Besides, the pandemic is getting worse all over the world and Vietnam, which has greatly affected the consume lychee and the life of farmers in Bac Giang province. In order to support Bac Giang province, the Government and provinces across Vietnam simultaneously launched a movement to support and uphold the spirit of Vietnamese people using Vietnamese goods. The purchasing is carried out by the local government of Bac Giang province, controlled and took place in an orderly manner to limit the spread of the COVID-19. It also helps preventing the purchase price falling too low.

We hopes to make a small contribution to share difficulties with farmers, and at the same time, this is also an opportunity for Nosco Shipyard’s employees to enjoy “genuine” Bac Giang lychee, which is fragrant and nutritious.

Vietnam has seen another wave of COVID-19. This time, it is more aggressive with cases and deaths increased in number. However, in the worst circumstance, we see sympathy, sharing and consensus among Vietnamese people: people in the red zones stay at home for self-quarantine, local authorities of the safe zones send medical task forces and equipment to help the red zones, many philanthropists donate monies to purchase necessities and medical goods for doctors and nurses who are in the front line, etc. Nosco Shipyard is pleased to play a part in our community by contributing Covid-19 funds to Quang Yen’s Government where we headquartered. We hope this small contribution will bring more medical equipment, vaccine, food, water, etc. for our beloved people on the Vietnamese homeland. Join up and fight hard, we will win!

Our Central area is badly devastated by storms and floods every year. But this year, the situation seems to be worse with 11 provinces from Nghe An to Central Highlands have record floods and landslides.

Looking toward to the people of Central Vietnam who were suffering heavy damages these days, Nosco Shipyard – Vietnam wascalling all employees to contribute to the Towardss the Central” campaign to provide support for those people.

On October 30, 2020. an initial amount was sent to the charity fund of Tien Phong commune. The fund raising is in progress, we hope the monies will be delivered to the people in Central in time and help them overcome the consequences of natural disasters

On October 22, 2020, Department of Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs of Quang Ninh province (“DOLISA”) cooperated with NOSCO Shipyard to conduct a training on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) knowledge for workers at our yard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam).

The instructor of the training, Mr. Hoang Manh Tung – DOLISA’s Inspector, emphasized that the purpose of the training is to provide our workers knowledge on, among other, rights and obligations of employees in the labor relationship with their employer. It is also believed that the training will benefit both of the parties by raising awareness of the workers on sense of responsibility to their works.

In the recent years, OSH is one of the top concerns of the BOD of NOSCO Shipyard to ensure safe working environment and reduce risks of occupational accidents. Together with training activities, NOSCO Shipyard shaped its internal inspection activities under firm cooperation of Safety Division, Environmental Division, Internal Inspector and Human Resource Department.

On December 8, 2020, with the direction and cooperation of the Police Department (PD) of Quang Ninh province, Quang Yen town, Tien Phong commune, and the People’s Committee of Tien Phong commune, NOSCO Shipyard debuted its “Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime” pursuant to Directive No. 03-CT/TTg dated December 1, 2011 of the Prime Minister and Directive No. 07/CT-BCA-V28 dated August 15, 2014 of the Ministry of Public Security, responding to the movement of all people to protect national security in the corporate environment.

Speaking at the ceremony, Ms. Nguyen Thi Lan Phuong – Deputy Head of PV05 Department, Quang Ninh PD, said that the model of Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime of NOSCO Shipyard was established and organized professionally promising practical achievement. The representative of Quang Ninh PD also suggested polices of Quang Yen town to pay attention and coordinate closely with NOSCO Shipyard to organize training for the Team and establish an effective communication channel between local authorities and the enterprise. After all, the establishment and operation of the Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime are to bring a safe and secure environment to directly serve the production and business activities of NOSCO Shipyard, Mr. Phan Anh Dong – Deputy Chief of Quang Yen Town Police emphasized at the ceremony.

On behalf of NOSCO Shipyard, Ms. Tran Thi Hong Nhung – Deputy General Director expressed her thanks to the local authorities for supporting and facilitating the business and commits to instruct the company’s departments to create favorable conditions for the team to operate stably and effectively.

So far, Quang Ninh province has established 4951 self-managed groups and 423 self-managed clusters in the province and the Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime of NOSCO Shipyard is one of the 5 teams in the model of self-managed workers to prevent crime at Foreign Direct Invested enterprises that the government of Quang Ninh province was implementing. The parties expect that the model applied at NOSCO Shipyard will be practical and successful so that it can be replicated in other localities.


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On September 24, 2020, Nosco Shipyard and Vietnam Register had a very explosive but…friendly football match at Ha Long University football field. The strikers played their best in a beautiful afternoon, created 5 excellent goals in the match.

End of two rounds, the Vietnam Register won with a score of 3 – 2.

Congratulations on the victory and our good cooperation.

On September 29, 2020, Nosco Shipyard has cooperated with Study Encouragement Fund of Tien Phong commune in developing and promoting knowledge in the area. Ten million Dong and five presents were given to the Fund and five excellent students who overcome difficulties. We hope to give a hand to help and motivate students here in in their path achieving dreams.

Nosco Shipyard headquarters in Tien Phong commune. During our operation, we created hundreds of jobs for local residents that contributes to improving living standards. The encouragement of studying for our employees’ next generation is a part of our long-term plan to help developing the area. Nosco Shipyard is always aware of corporate social responsibility with the orientation of being a big and sustainable business in the area.

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Established on August 13, 2009, after 11 years of construction and development, Nosco Shipyard has been strengthened and perfected day by day, towards the goal of being a leading service provider in the region. During that 11-year voyage, no matter how difficult and challenged we have encountered due to the volatile business environment, we are always persistent and innovative to overcome with the bravery and spirit of no surrender.

With the largest lifting platform in Southeast Asia that can lift ships up to 70,000 – 80,000 DWT, we receive hundred ships per year and keep rising with the expansion plans of the Company in the coming years. At the age of 12, we are constantly developing our workforce, improving our production capacity, expanding our business to building and conversion of ships and floating structures together with our core ship repair business.

With the capacity, experience, and creativity of the Company’s workforce, Nosco Shipyard is surely to soon be regarded as the leading service provider in Southeast Asia.

KPI (Key Performance Indicator) is a tool widely used around the world to set goals and evaluate employees’ work performance, thereby improving work performance and is a measure for businesses to achieve strategic goals set by management.

Being aware of work efficiency is one of the core factors that make a business successful and sustainable. Recently, NOSCO Shipyard has organized many training sessions on how to define and apply KPI for the company’s officers and managers to increase the work performance and the professionalism of the officers and employees of the Company. The training course was conducted by Mr. Nguyen Hong Quan – Safety Manager, an expert in the field of safety and production efficiency, has many years of training and building KPI systems for big companies in the area.

Once again, spring is back in Nosco. For Vietnamese people, Tet is one of the most important times of the year. This is not only a time to rest after a year of hard work, but also a time for family together.

This year, this wonderful time was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of our employees were unable to return to their hometown to celebrate Tet with their family. To motivate the spirit, the Government of Quang Yen town gave many presents to our employees. We also donated many presents to poor families living in Tien Phong commune – where we headquartered. These presents are not much in value, but full of love and encouragement of us to the community.

Let’s have a happy and safe Tet together!