Inochi is expressing its gratitude to customers on the occasion of New Year's Eve by offering discounts of up to 50 per cent++ and the "Picking the First Spring - Buy 1 Get 1 Free" programme for all product lines, including containers, plastic bottles, canisters, and racks.
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In addition, on January 5, Inochi handed clients "Wellness lucky money" with happy and healthy New Year's tips from health professionals such as Master Vu Van Anh and Nguyen Thuong Quan.
Chairman of Inochi Hoang Anh Tuan shared, "Through Inochi, we hope to spread a minimalist and refined lifestyle to each and every household. With the ambition to evolve into a brand for Vietnamese people, manufactured by Vietnamese people to the highest standards in Japan, every production process from this renowned country is strictly adhered to.”
It is expected that Inochi will introduce a range of ceramic and glass goods in the near future in order to begin the development of several product lines and achieve its mission of meeting the fundamental wants and needs of every family.
As a Vietnamese high-end family brand that is designed and produced in full compliance with Japanese style and criteria, Innochi items are produced and developed by Tan Phu Vietnam. With more than 45 years of experience in manufacturing high-end industrial packaging and home appliances in Vietnam, it has four modern factories, ISO9001-certified processes, and strategic partnerships with leading Japanese plastic manufacturers.
In November, Inochi was recognised as one of Vietnam's National Brands at the Ministry of Industry and Trade and Vietnam Value's 2022 National Brand Product Announcement Ceremony.
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On March 18, houseware manufacturer Tan Phu Vietnam JSC organised the opening ceremony for the now largest showroom for its brand Inochi in Ho Chi Minh City's District 3.
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More than 75 per cent of the material value of plastics is squandered when discarded after a single use, reported World Bank's 2021 Southeast Asian research. To promote sustainable consumption preferences, VIR presented a talk show titled Innovative Solutions & Substitutes for Single-use Plastic Towards Green Consumption on June 23 as part of a series of talks with firms from various industries.