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GE’s digital transformation surfs the Industry 4.0 wave

GE’s digital transformation surfs the Industry 4.0 wave

As the world is speeding ahead with the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 applications, a radical transformation is taking place in factories.

GE Healthcare introduces new CT scanner in Vietnam

GE Healthcare introduces new CT scanner in Vietnam

GE Healthcare on April 23 introduced in Vietnam a CT scanner in its Revolution family of CT scanners, designed to be more affordable than previous generation systems.

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How GE exorcised the ghost of Jack Welch to become a 124-year-old startup

How GE exorcised the ghost of Jack Welch to become a 124-year-old startup

A decade after taking over, Jeff Immelt’s long bet on the Internet of Really Big Things seems to be paying off.

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GE makes fast company's most innovative companies list

GE makes fast company's most innovative companies list

Fast Company included GE in its annual list of the most innovative companies. GE is the top-ranked industrial company on the list, which includes many digital darlings like BuzzFeed (ranked at the very top), Uber and Alphabet.

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Digital solutions key to global energy efficiency

Digital solutions key to global energy efficiency

Industrial giant GE in September last year launched its Digital Power Plant – an Industrial Internet solution that couples software and hardware for the analysis and optimisation of a power plant, leading the digital transformation of the global power industry. GE Power's president and CEO Steve Bolze says that it is now the best time to expand this solution to the ASEAN region, including Vietnam, in line with the firm’s efforts to ‘make power possible for people around the world’.

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GE wins Saudi power plant contract worth nearly US$1 billion

GE wins Saudi power plant contract worth nearly US$1 billion

General Electric announced Thursday that it had won a contract worth nearly US$1 billion from the Saudi Electricity Company to build and supply a power plant in northern Saudi Arabia.

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GE announces first MXL2 power plant upgrade order in Vietnam

GE announces first MXL2 power plant upgrade order in Vietnam

GE’s Power Services business today announced the first GT13E2 MXL2 gas turbine upgrade order in Asia at a combined-cycle power plant in Vietnam.

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GE turbo charges business with Alstom tech

GE turbo charges business with Alstom tech

US industrial giant GE has completed its acquisition over Alstom’s power and grid businesses, its largest-ever industrial acquisition, following the regulatory approval of the deal in over 20 countries and regions, including the EU, the US, China, India, Japan, and Brazil.

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A revolutionary new series about scientific explorers soon introduced

A revolutionary new series about scientific explorers soon introduced

In an unprecedented partnership, the National Geographic Channel and GE will present the new series BREAKTHROUGH, produced by Imagine Entertainment and Asylum Entertainment.

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GE Hitachi continues to support Vietnam’s nuclear power industry

GE Hitachi continues to support Vietnam’s nuclear power industry

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has just signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Vietnam Atomic Energy Agency (VAEA) that is aimed at enhancing the agency’s understanding of light water reactor technology and nuclear project management. 

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GE strives for more in Vietnam

GE strives for more in Vietnam

Making his third visit to Vietnam on October 19, GE’s chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt showed his eagerness of expanding the global player’s operations in renewable energy, healthcare, and aviation following the growing country’s new engagements under global and regional free trade agreements. He affirmed VIR’s Hoang Mai that GE could do more in this small but very important Asian market after more than two decades of its presence here.

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Hi-tech turbines meet future energy demands

Hi-tech turbines meet future energy demands

As Vietnam’s power demands grow, reliable sources of electricity and innovative technologies to utilise it effectively and flexibly are becoming increasingly necessary to ensure that the national power supply can meet this demand in a sustainable way

Read more...
GE turbines selected for PetroVietnam’s new coal-fired power plant

GE turbines selected for PetroVietnam’s new coal-fired power plant

US industrial giant General Electric (GE) just announces it will supply two sets of high-efficiency steam turbines and generators to the EPC consortium consisted of Russia-based OJSC Power Machines and PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation for the new Long Phu 1 coal-fired thermal power plant in Soc Trang, a province in the Mekong Delta known for its Khmer culture and community.

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GE and EVN cooperate on developing capabilities and resources

GE and EVN cooperate on developing capabilities and resources

US energy giant GE just announced that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Vietnamese state owned company, Vietnam Electricity (EVN).

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General Electric: A highlight of Vietnam - US relations

General Electric: A highlight of Vietnam - US relations

Since the US embargo was lifted in February 1994, the number of American enterprises seeking investment and business opportunities in Vietnam has risen continuously, bringing Vietnam-US economic relations to new heights. General Electric (GE) is one of the first American companies to enter Vietnam – even before the embargo was lifted. Throughout its journey of over 20 years, GE has built a remarkable record here in terms of business, investment, and  development of human resources.

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GE committed to winds of change

GE committed to winds of change

As a leading US firm that has built up its sterling reputation in Vietnam’s renewable energy sector over the last 20 years, GE is keen on playing a role in developing Vietnam’s wind power as a reliable energy source that can be connected to  the national grid. Peter Cowling, general manager of GE Renewable Asia-Pacific spoke with VIR about Vietnam’s wind power potential and GE’s long-term co-operation with domestic firms in this field.

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Go to. Corporate

GE’s digital transformation surfs the Industry 4.0 wave

GE’s digital transformation surfs the Industry 4.0 wave

As the world is speeding ahead with the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 applications, a radical transformation is taking place in factories.

GE Healthcare introduces new CT scanner in Vietnam

GE Healthcare introduces new CT scanner in Vietnam

GE Healthcare on April 23 introduced in Vietnam a CT scanner in its Revolution family of CT scanners, designed to be more affordable than previous generation systems.

Read more...
How GE exorcised the ghost of Jack Welch to become a 124-year-old startup

How GE exorcised the ghost of Jack Welch to become a 124-year-old startup

A decade after taking over, Jeff Immelt’s long bet on the Internet of Really Big Things seems to be paying off.

Read more...
GE makes fast company's most innovative companies list

GE makes fast company's most innovative companies list

Fast Company included GE in its annual list of the most innovative companies. GE is the top-ranked industrial company on the list, which includes many digital darlings like BuzzFeed (ranked at the very top), Uber and Alphabet.

Read more...
Digital solutions key to global energy efficiency

Digital solutions key to global energy efficiency

Industrial giant GE in September last year launched its Digital Power Plant – an Industrial Internet solution that couples software and hardware for the analysis and optimisation of a power plant, leading the digital transformation of the global power industry. GE Power's president and CEO Steve Bolze says that it is now the best time to expand this solution to the ASEAN region, including Vietnam, in line with the firm’s efforts to ‘make power possible for people around the world’.

Read more...
GE wins Saudi power plant contract worth nearly US$1 billion

GE wins Saudi power plant contract worth nearly US$1 billion

General Electric announced Thursday that it had won a contract worth nearly US$1 billion from the Saudi Electricity Company to build and supply a power plant in northern Saudi Arabia.

Read more...
GE announces first MXL2 power plant upgrade order in Vietnam

GE announces first MXL2 power plant upgrade order in Vietnam

GE’s Power Services business today announced the first GT13E2 MXL2 gas turbine upgrade order in Asia at a combined-cycle power plant in Vietnam.

Read more...
GE turbo charges business with Alstom tech

GE turbo charges business with Alstom tech

US industrial giant GE has completed its acquisition over Alstom’s power and grid businesses, its largest-ever industrial acquisition, following the regulatory approval of the deal in over 20 countries and regions, including the EU, the US, China, India, Japan, and Brazil.

Read more...
A revolutionary new series about scientific explorers soon introduced

A revolutionary new series about scientific explorers soon introduced

In an unprecedented partnership, the National Geographic Channel and GE will present the new series BREAKTHROUGH, produced by Imagine Entertainment and Asylum Entertainment.

Read more...
GE Hitachi continues to support Vietnam’s nuclear power industry

GE Hitachi continues to support Vietnam’s nuclear power industry

GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) has just signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Vietnam Atomic Energy Agency (VAEA) that is aimed at enhancing the agency’s understanding of light water reactor technology and nuclear project management. 

Read more...
GE strives for more in Vietnam

GE strives for more in Vietnam

Making his third visit to Vietnam on October 19, GE’s chairman and CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt showed his eagerness of expanding the global player’s operations in renewable energy, healthcare, and aviation following the growing country’s new engagements under global and regional free trade agreements. He affirmed VIR’s Hoang Mai that GE could do more in this small but very important Asian market after more than two decades of its presence here.

Read more...
Hi-tech turbines meet future energy demands

Hi-tech turbines meet future energy demands

As Vietnam’s power demands grow, reliable sources of electricity and innovative technologies to utilise it effectively and flexibly are becoming increasingly necessary to ensure that the national power supply can meet this demand in a sustainable way

Read more...
GE turbines selected for PetroVietnam’s new coal-fired power plant

GE turbines selected for PetroVietnam’s new coal-fired power plant

US industrial giant General Electric (GE) just announces it will supply two sets of high-efficiency steam turbines and generators to the EPC consortium consisted of Russia-based OJSC Power Machines and PetroVietnam Technical Services Corporation for the new Long Phu 1 coal-fired thermal power plant in Soc Trang, a province in the Mekong Delta known for its Khmer culture and community.

Read more...
GE and EVN cooperate on developing capabilities and resources

GE and EVN cooperate on developing capabilities and resources

US energy giant GE just announced that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Vietnamese state owned company, Vietnam Electricity (EVN).

Read more...
General Electric: A highlight of Vietnam - US relations

General Electric: A highlight of Vietnam - US relations

Since the US embargo was lifted in February 1994, the number of American enterprises seeking investment and business opportunities in Vietnam has risen continuously, bringing Vietnam-US economic relations to new heights. General Electric (GE) is one of the first American companies to enter Vietnam – even before the embargo was lifted. Throughout its journey of over 20 years, GE has built a remarkable record here in terms of business, investment, and  development of human resources.

Read more...
GE committed to winds of change

GE committed to winds of change

As a leading US firm that has built up its sterling reputation in Vietnam’s renewable energy sector over the last 20 years, GE is keen on playing a role in developing Vietnam’s wind power as a reliable energy source that can be connected to  the national grid. Peter Cowling, general manager of GE Renewable Asia-Pacific spoke with VIR about Vietnam’s wind power potential and GE’s long-term co-operation with domestic firms in this field.

Read more...
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