Japanese Experts Training on Shinkasen Technology

Japanese Experts have had introductions and training for construction leaders and staffs of the company about Tunnel Construction Technology and Shinkasen Technology.

Shinkansen ‘(新 干线) is a high-speed railway system in Japan by four railway corporations operating in Japan. Since the first Tōkaidō Shinkansen opened in 1964 and running at 210 km/h (130 miles/h), the railway network (2,459 km or 1,528 miles) has been extended to connect major cities of Japan on islands Honshū and Kyūshū with train speeds reaches up to 300 km/h (186 miles/h), in an environment that is prone to earthquakes and typhoons. Test speed of 443 km/h (275 miles/h) of normal ships in 1996 and reached up to the world record of 581 km/h (361 miles/h) for the ships that operate on a maglev layer in 2003 .
In terms of the actual infrastructure Vietnam today, a meeting of the Japanese Construction Experts has a positive effect, not only helping staff in the company to have an access to advanced technologies on the world, but also suggestive of underground transport oriented development in Vietnam in the future.
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