Hiep Ha Building Materials Company are increasingly expanding in scale
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Jan 12, 2023, ZEXPRWIRE, Hiep Ha Construction Materials Company specializes in providing construction materials such as construction sand, construction steel, construction cement and construction tunnel bricks for large and small contractors in Ho Chi Minh City.
Hiep Ha Company is known as a distributor of Building Materials, Construction Sand, Construction Steel, Construction Cement in Ho Chi Minh City.
Construction sand includes: Hong Ngu Sand, Building Sand, Plastering Sand, Leveling Sand, Concrete Sand, Yellow Sand, Tay Ninh Sand, Dong Nai Sand.
Construction stones are provided from Hiep Ha Building Materials Company: 1×2 stone, dusty stone, sifted stone, 0x4 stone, 4×6 stone, 5×7 stone, machine chiseled stone, Stone pit, stone Split, White Stone, Bien Hoa Green Stone and Renovated Black Stone with a full range of sizes for contractors to choose from.
Construction bricks are distributed by Hiep Ha Construction Materials Company: Binh Duong tunnel bricks, Dong Nai tunnel bricks, unburnt pipe bricks, block bricks, super light bricks ….
The types of construction iron available at Hiep Ha Construction Materials Company include: Pomina steel, Southern steel, Vina Kyoei steel, Hoa Phat steel, Tisco steel, Tung Ho steel, Viet Australia steel, Viet My steel and all kinds of H-I-U-V shaped steels. , all kinds of box steel and cold corrugated iron, warehouse roofing sheets, sheet steel.
The types of cement that we provide include: Thang Long cement, Nghi Son cement, Ha Tien multi-purpose cement, Ha Tien building cement, multi-purpose insee cement, Insse cement building bowl (old apricot star) ), white cement imported from Indonesia, Bim Son Cement.
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Hotline: +84 909 67 2222
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Address: 1st Floor, Packsimex Building, 52 Dong Du, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City (Packsimex Building), Vietnam
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