In 2016, Japan started to launch the Fukushima Reconstruction program after five years of overcoming radiation problems caused by the tsunami and nuclear power disaster (2011). This program called for solutions in alternating (atomic) energy, environment, and helping people return to the devastated area. An R&D company newly established in Vietnam was selected to consulting and providing of the new technologies and new energy (biomass & ORC system) for Fukushima citizen. That is Sharetech company limited.
Building up from an Engineering Innovation Club called Tam Nguyen, participating in many high-tech projects and R&D programs, Sharetech gathered a team of experienced Military and Industrial product designers combined with many specialized scientific professors and technology doctors. Currently, Sharetech specializes in providing optimal solutions for new cutting-edge technologies and new materials for Industries including Manufacturing, Environment, Health, and Scientific Research.
- In 2010, our two founders (Mr. Trinh Minh Tuynh Tu & Mr. Do Duc Anh) met while working together at Viettel Group.
- In 2011, the first projects to design and manufacture Military and Civil products at Viettel R&D Institute was carried out.
- In 2013, the idea of Engineering Innovation Club was presented by Mr. Do Duc Anh.
- In 2014, the first R&D center was built to serve supporting industries and manufacturing.
- In 2016, Sharetech was established with the advising of Mr. Ouchi Kenji – General Director of Misuzu Japan.
- In 2017, participated in the reconstruction program of Fukushima, Japan.
- In 2018, participated in several projects in Vietnam, Denmark, Taiwan, and Japan and started researching new controlling algorithms for robots in Sweden.
- In 2019, provide the high-tech products and solutions for renewable energy market in Vietnam, cooperating with Vu Phong Solar Company.
- In 2020, cooperating with Anisoprint to development the Composite Material 3D-Printing technology.
- In 2021, contributed capital to establish Vu Phong Tech Joint Stock Company and succeeded in building a Renewable Equipment Manufacturing and Research Center in Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP).