It is a tradition in Vietnam that everyone wants things clean and perfect in and after Tet holidays. They believe if everything is clean and smooth in and after these days then it will be so in the whole year. Therefore, the last month of a lunar year before Tet (normally, the second half of January and the first half of February) is usually the busiest time in a year. Women are busy with shopping and spa. Men are busy with fixing/maintaining vehicles. Families are busy with cleaning houses. Everyone got things to mind.
Just like others, our “ladies” are also busy with surveys and having new coat of paint. Within one month leading to February 10, 2021, we successfully secured and received 10 ships.
Golden Bright is one of the 10 ships passed by Nosco Shipyard for surveys and we had her painted with a new coat of paint, among other works. Thanks to the hard work of our employees, she departed Nosco Shipyard on February 6, 2021 heading home for Tet. Well done and see you next time.
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!