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It could be time to adopt a more realistic approach to digitalisation. Urs Kloeti, factory manager at Nestlé Vietnam, explained to VIR’s Van Nguyen why it may not be an appropriate approach to simply pursue external high-tech without first identifying remaining gaps in technology.
Along with the deployment of 5G technology as a digitisation foundation, Vietnam has been setting up its infrastructure and human resources for a faster and greener digital transformation.
According to Global Canopy’s “Forest 500” report, Nestlé is ranked as one of the Top 3 businesses with a strong commitment to minimising the risks of deforestation.
Nestlé Vietnam continues to strengthen production and diversify export products to help Vietnam become a centre of global food and beverage (F&B) supply. The company expects its export activities to achieve double-digit growth in 2023.
Nestled in the foothills of the Truong Son mountain range, just a short drive from the ancient citadel of Hue, sits Alba Wellness Valley by Fusion, the haven of tranquillity we’re in search of, the ultimate wellness destination where you can escape the stresses of urban life, if only for a while, and fully reconnect with yourself.
With its efforts to promote gender equality within the workplace and supply chain, Nestlé has been recognised in the 2023 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) for the fifth consecutive year.
Nestlé Vietnam, in collaboration with different organisations, has granted thousands of gift packages to 8,500 workers, students, and families across the country, especially those in remote and border areas.
Sustainable development is a top priority for Nestlé Vietnam, with a view to contributing to the development of the country while ensuring long-term success in business. Managing director Binu Jacob explained to VIR’s Thanh Van the company’s sustainable development initiatives, along with recommendations to build a sustainable future.
The introduction of regenerative farming methods needs to be promoted. Pham Phu Ngoc, Agro Service manager at Nestlé Vietnam, writes about how this must include biodiversity enhancement, soil and water conservation, and livestock integration.
Nestled directly on Vietnam’s central coast in the vibrant city of Danang, Sheraton Grand Danang Resort is one of the destinations for those who are looking for a fulfilling workation this festive season.
Nestlé has partnered with stakeholders to promote regenerative agriculture in Vietnam and contribute to the development of green, sustainable, and low-carbon agriculture.
While many businesses in Vietnam now consider environmental, social, and governance goals as crucial in the journey to sustainable development, lack of knowledge and resources will remain a barrier for some time.
Nestlé Vietnam has again been named the most sustainable business in Vietnam in the manufacturing sector. The recognition was unveiled at the ceremony announcing the Sustainable Companies in 2022 by the Vietnam Business Council for Sustainable Development and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry on December 1.
On November 16, the Best Enterprises for Workers Award ceremony took place in Hanoi. Truong Bich Dao, human resources director at Nestlé Vietnam – which picked up the award for the third time – talked to VIR’s Linh Le about the company’s fair and encouraging employment practices.
By constantly investing in human resource development and creating value for employees, Nestlé Vietnam is the only foreign-invested enterprise in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector to be ranked as a Typical Enterprise for Labour by the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs in 2022.