Danish Working Visit to Vietnam: Last Day
Crown Prince Frederik started the third and last day of the working visit to Vietnam today, Thursday November 3, in the Binh Duong Province to attend the groundbreaking ceremony of the construction of the largest LEGO factory. The new Lego factory “will be the first factory in Binh Duong province to limit CO2 emissions”.
Then the Crown Prince paid a visit to the Scancom Company’s showroom, a Danish “leading global manufacturer of outdoor furniture” founded in 1995.
Later Crown Prince Frederik was present at the official opening of the new Vesta office. Vesta is a Danish “energy industry’s global partner on sustainable energy solutions”.
In early afternoon the Crown Prince was received by the Vice President of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, Vo Van Hoan, at the headquarters of the City People’s Committee.
The working visit to Vietnam ended with an event to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Danish Carlsberg’s brewer.
Tagged Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Vietnam.