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China’s TCU Polys gets pat on back for quality pipes

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Minister of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation Cham Prasidh (left) leads a delegation to the pipe factory in Kampong Speu province on Friday. Supplied

China’s TCU Polys gets pat on back for quality pipes

Minister of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation Cham Prasidh encouraged China’s TCU Polys Enterprise Co Ltd on Friday to expand pipe production in Cambodia.

Prasidh made his proposal while leading a delegation to the pipe factory in Kampong Speu province.

The Minister said water pipe products are what the country needs to develop the water treatment sector in Cambodia.

“The company complies with Cambodian rules, so on behalf of the government and ministry, we would like to congratulate and encourage it further as its products are in demand in the market and can also be produced for export,” he said.

Prasidh advised the company to examine the possibility of participating in bidding for the supply of water equipment in Cambodia.

Polys Enterprise Co Ltd was established in Cambodia in 2016 and has been manufacturing and supplying water and sewerage pipes with a total capital investment of some $10 million.

“The company supplies quality products using new small plastic raw materials imported from Thailand using quality testing to meet technical standards and international standards,” said its spokesperson.

The company, he said is currently also supplying sewerage pipes for Preah Sihanouk province.

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