Vinatex International Textile Co., Ltd.

Vinatex International Textile Co., Ltd. (VIT)
Vinatex International Textile Co., Ltd. (VIT) was established on June 2, 2015. It has its headquartered at the Dien Sanh Industrial Complex in Hai Lang town, in the province of Quang Tri. It is a joint venture with foreign companies, consisting of three members: Vinatex International, Phong Phu International and TOMS Company which is a Japanese enterprise. VIT specializes in manufacturing and trading textile products for export to Japan.
  • The continuous monitoring and the monitoring of the wastewater quality, based on specific parameters still faces difficulties because it is not easy to detect and solve issues with a timely solution.
  • It is necessary to have a way to receive notifications as soon as possible when the data exceeds the threshold, manual monitoring is not sufficient to accurately respond to the situation, which leads to hidden many errors.
  • Making reports based on collected data takes a long time, it is necessary to include suitable calculation formulas in the template.
  • A manual lookup is performed on the file with the collected data.
  • The interface displays the collected data and the status of the measuring point by using an intuitive colour scheme.
  • Warnings about data beyond the set threshold are given with easily recognizable colours.
  • Some report templates have pre-set calculation formulas and can be configured to print or export files automatically at a custom time.
  • Manage all information from measurement points in separate archives.
  • Various features can be customized specifically for certain users.
  • Delivers highly efficient monitoring with a continuous display of useful data.
  • Timely alerts on volatile fluctuations in the data help managers take action.
  • Support to develop status reports quickly and according to the desired frequency, saving time because of the high accuracy.
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