After a period of planning with long-term goals in our vision, the company rebranded as ETEK in June 14th, 2022, and along with the name change came other transformations: our appearances, our people, our digitalizing system of operation. The day marked a new chapter with more exciting and stronger growth, building towards becoming the leading total automation solution provider in Vietnam and the trendsetter for the nation as well as the South East Asian market.
2018 - 2021
During the 2018 – 2021 period, the company set to becoming the leader in providing total automation solutions in 3 key areas: Industrial, Educational, and Civil. The turnover for 2021 reached 340 billion VND, and the company established connection with big brands such as Vinfast, Unilever Vietnam, Vinhomes, Hanoi University of Industry, Vietnam National University, Hanoi. In addition, we focused internally with educational programs that enriched our staffs and invested in infrastructures and warehouse, totaling in 10 thousand square meters of land and 200 staffs and 100 engineers.
2013 - 2016
From 2013 to 2016, the company simultaneously developed two business areas: training equipment solutions, industrial automation solutions, and developed many projects for FDI customers (Japan, Korea). (national) such as Canon, Denso, Toyota, Samsung. At the same time, providing training equipment for many universities, colleges, and vocational schools. Cooperate with partners such as Universal Robot, Flexlink, Cognex.
2012 was an important milestone with the company expanding its business to provide Industrial Automation solutions, initially targeting the market of Japanese manufacturing factories in Vietnam. The company also expanded its staff to more than 60 people, invested in facilities and factories with an area of more than 500 square meters.
2007 - 2011
During the next five years, our company continued to grow our supplying network for universities and colleges, with notable customers being Hanoi High-tech Vocational College and Quy Nhon Vocational College. Along with that was our collaboration with foreign automation equipment companies like SMC and ABB.