The story of Asia Slipform

Modern technology Slip form is a construction method in which concrete is poured into a continuously moving form. It is used for tall structures (such as bridges, towers, buildings, and dams), as well as horizontal structures, such as roadways. Slip forming enables the building of non-interrupted, concrete structures without using joints. The slip form technology was first applied in Vietnam in 1973 to build the chimney of the Ninh Binh Thermal Power Plant. The technology and equipment have since developed further, allowing the construction of silos, complex concrete structure, bridge piers and walls. The technology also saves time, while still meeting the technical requirements and standards. Using slip form execution technology, the Asia Slipform Corporation implements turnkey solutions for projects such as grain storage silos and feed plants under US and Europe standards for cattle, poultry and maritime products. It also designs flow diagrams for grain storage silos and animal feed plants, conducts construction design for civil and industrial buildings and designs jetties for ships from 50,000 DWT to 100,000 DWT. The company also executes silos, chimneys, complex concrete structure, bridge piers and walls. With 20,000sq.m of warehouse, the Asia Slipform Corporation has sufficient space to prepare concrete forms and transport them to any project site in Vietnam and abroad. The projects The Asia Slipform Corporation has won many contracts for large buildings, such as the US$54 million food storage system in Bangladesh’s Mongla Port owned by the Ministry of Food and Disaster Management. The project was implemented from September… [Read full story]


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