Vietnam remaining a destination of vast promise for manufacturers

Vietnam remaining a destination of vast promise for manufacturers

In the last few years, Vietnam has quickly become a rising manufacturing and investment destination because of its strategic location and advantages in shipping and competitive labour and production costs. In comparison to neighbouring countries, Vietnam stands out with international airports, seaports, and rail connections that facilitate production flow and transportation.
Manufacturers and retailers battling to stabilise product prices amid fuel hikes

Manufacturers and retailers battling to stabilise product prices amid fuel hikes

Businesses are scratching their heads over how to ensure freshly resumed production amid a series of obstructions, including hikes in prices of fuel, transportation, and input materials.
Full steam ahead for reboot of manufacturing businesses

Full steam ahead for reboot of manufacturing businesses

Manufacturers are being proactive in recruiting a new labour force, simultaneously building up plans to take their employees back to work to meet their production schemes.
Kinks remain as manufacturers resume operations

Kinks remain as manufacturers resume operations

While numerous businesses in the capital have already resumed operations, many others are facing a lot of challenges and need government assistance to recover.
Manufacturers jostle with reduced capacity

Manufacturers jostle with reduced capacity

Despite the added pressure, many foreign manufacturers in Vietnam’s southern provinces still strive to maintain production activities in line with their commitment to long-term investment in the country.
Bubbles heap pain on vital manufacturers

Bubbles heap pain on vital manufacturers

The high costs of arranging COVID-19 bubbles for employees, along with rising logistics fees, are placing a stiff burden on manufacturers in the south of the country.
Added tweaks required for flawless continuity

Added tweaks required for flawless continuity

Adjustments to the three-on-the-spot model will be critical as more manufacturers have been unable to sustain the strategy amidst coronavirus flareups.
Industrial zone leasing takes a hit as 2021’s pandemic complexities hinder activities

Industrial zone leasing takes a hit as 2021’s pandemic complexities hinder activities

Manufacturers are buckling under the stress of attempting to operate with reduced staff numbers, or even house them at all as social distancing and domestic travel restrictions continue to make it difficult for industrial zones as well as developers in the leasing game.
Manufacturers race to protect operations

Manufacturers race to protect operations

With the spread of coronavirus cases in Ho Chi Minh City, local and foreign producers alike are now seeing their manufacturing prospects darken with supply chain issues and sharp cost increases.
Manufacturers’ work cut out to locate suitable industrial plots

Manufacturers’ work cut out to locate suitable industrial plots

Vietnam has reaffirmed its position as a favourable destination for manufacturing relocation trends but increasing demand and limited supply of manufacturers is pushing rents higher in industrial zones, forcing tenants to seek alternative solutions.
AEON Vietnam seeks suppliers and manufacturers

AEON Vietnam seeks suppliers and manufacturers

AEON is looking for domestic and foreign manufacturers and suppliers to increase the presence of locally-produced goods in its retail chains.
Chinese smart phone manufacturers make headways in Vietnam

Chinese smart phone manufacturers make headways in Vietnam 1

Chinese mobile phone manufacturers' growth in Vietnam has been forcing mid-end smart phone brands like Sony and Microsoft out of business.
Vietnam fast approaching automobile manufacturing dream

Vietnam fast approaching automobile manufacturing dream

With the stellar progress of manufacturers and strong financial backing, Vietnam is making leaps and bounds to become the lead manufacturer in the region.
Auto sector still faces a bumpy road

Auto sector still faces a bumpy road

The ministries of Finance, Industry and Trade’ proposed move to loosen auto import regulations has encountered strong actions from car manufacturer association.
How US Unfair Competition Law helps grow export across America

How US Unfair Competition Law helps grow export across America

The movement against unfair competition caused due to information technology (IT) theft has garnered significant momentum in the United States over the past two years, with leaders at all levels getting serious about the issue.
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