Success Story

Since the establishment in 1995, Fuji CAC has been writing our story of success. Starting as an electrical, automation and instrumentation service provider, Fuji CAC has grown to become one of the most reliable and respected engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance contractor for multiple business sectors in Vietnam and South East Asia countries.

- The first Vietnamese company supplied and engineered automation system for offshore oil-rig (VietsovPetro, 1995).

- The first Vietnamese company successfully researched, designed and built NPK fertilizer production line and exported to African market (Ivory Coast, 2000).

- The first Vietnamese company successfully acted as EPC Contractor to build a complete Cement plant (NamSon, 2008).

- The first Vietnamese company was awarded MEP package as main contractor to build new plants of CocaCola in Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia (2013, 2014 & 2015).



"While Siemens Vietnam did have prior experience of PCS7


projects in the country, these had always been implemented by overseas partners. Thus, the proposal to work with CAC, a Vietnamese systems integrator, was welcomed by Unilever and firmed up the decision to go with PCS 7 and Simatic Batch for the new Liquid Plant"


Bob Gill reports in CONTROL ENGINEERING ASIA Magazine

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"The system implemented at Hoa Phat Cement includes four S7-400 (417) controllers for the main process stages plus an additional controller (417H) for the kiln to provide a level of redundancy. Profibus DP is used to

connect out to ET 200 remote I/O terminals. The majority of process instruments – to measure temperature, flow, pressure, etc – are from Siemens and include some Profibus PA devices. The process electrical system includes standard drives, large drives, and a motor control centre (MCC). There is a total of 3,500 I/O points. Then in the control room, six operator stations (OS) provide process visualization for along the cement production stages; the PCS 7 version 7.0 with Cemat is loaded on a redundant server; and there is a single engineering station (ES) for system programming and maintenance."

Bob Gill reports in CONTROL ENGINEERING ASIA Magazine

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