Vietnam reaches the top of producing countries with some major categories of products exported all over the world thanks to quality getting better year after year, supply chain disruption, as well as major companies around the world starting to buy in Vietnam with an increase of a double-digit percentage.
The products below are those: best products to buy in Vietnam play a major role in the rise of Vietnamese exports.
1. Clothing and textiles
The clothing and textile industry has contributed a great value to the country’s total exports every year and despite the negative impact of the covid epidemic, Vietnam’s clothing and textile industry is on the rise and is currently the 4th largest clothing production in the world .
In addition to this product category, this video will touch on some of the best products “Made in Vietnam” produce and export from Vietnam.
For more information on purchasing and manufacturing products in Vietnam, this playlist on Youtube will provide you with updated information about “made in Vietnam” products and help foreign buyers to find sources in Vietnam.
One of the many reasons Vietnam is trusted by the biggest clothing names is because of the specialization and high quality of the products they made, plus the labor costs in Vietnam are much lower compared to neighboring China. The largest clothing brands are moving their supply chains from China to Vietnam due to rising costs and many conflicts between China and the West.
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After China and India, Vietnam ranks fourth worldwide in terms of shoe production. Vietnam exports more leather and shoes than any other country except China. More than 1 billion pairs of shoes of all kinds are exported from Vietnam to hundreds of countries around the world every year. The highest amount of Vietnam’s total export earnings is specifically attributed to the export of footwear to the EU.
The workforce is capable of performing any high-level task to produce shoes that meet the quality standards of the biggest footwear brands such as Nike, Adidas, Puma, …
Vietnam has a very wide range of furniture products on the market as well as all types of wood you need to manufacture wooden furniture such as acacia, rubberwood, walnut or even bamboo. Their staff is able to make many kinds of furniture products including wicker furniture, rattan furniture or metal furniture etc… at a very high level so that you don’t have to worry about the quality of their products.
There is no shortage of wood, because Vietnam is a forested country. There are numerous plantations and timber suppliers in the country that are FSC certified and can harvest sustainable timber.
4. Agricultural Products
In the current epidemic scenario, Vietnam is the best option due to the abundant supply of agricultural products and food of guaranteed quality suitable for many different consumer categories in the global market. The main types of agricultural products of Vietnam are coffee, cashew nuts, rice, tea and many more. The vast amount of agricultural land and variety of agricultural products allow Vietnam to meet the demand of importers.
Vietnam is creating a high-tech agricultural zone with the aim of bringing better products in terms of quality, branding, compliance with food safety requirements, etc.; consequently, meeting consumer preferences in importing countries and enhancing competitiveness. In particular, Vietnam has consistently improved its administrative practices and has numerous favorable policies to create an environment suitable for investors to conduct business.
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5. Wooden products
The country has a long history of exporting furniture and wood, which has enabled it to develop a strong supply chain with a broad and flexible procurement market. There is never a shortage of wood in this forested land as so many vendors collect it sustainably.
Vietnamese manufacturers can make both indoor and outdoor furniture from different materials. However, the indoor sector dominates because these products are mainly in demand in the main export markets. According to statistics, 70% of manufacturers make indoor furniture, including living room, bedroom, kitchen and office furniture.