Destination FT: Furniture Today explores furniture industry in Vietnam
Editor Thomas Russell gives an overview of his visit to 12 factories to get an in-depth perspective on the realities of sourcing in Vietnam and the growth the industry is experiencing there. For complete interviews and factory tours for each company, please click on the links below.
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20 thoughts on “Destination FT: Furniture Today explores furniture industry in Vietnam”
why to continue that delocalisation for distroy more our planet.
these furnitures could be made in USA with skilled workers and with less pollution. they just want to make more profit in the back of workers without respect of our earth
Pronto vuelven a meter las narices los americanos en vietnam
My husband uses these plans from Woodglut and is very happy with them. However. I love yours!
I live in Ohio and nothing rivals Amish built furniture. Solid wood, built to last decades. I do own some items built in Vietnam, but the materials are extremely cheap and stapled etc.
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Where do they source materials
Congratulations dear Mr. Jhon
Pakistan has very good environment for furniture manufacturing, you should move your facilities here for better results.
How to contact the information and factory address and phone number
Hello Furniture factory. I want to work there. I’m Vietnamese. i living next this Factory, so I can
25% tariff forces factories move from China mainland to Vietnam.
Hello, it's a amazing and realistic frames. But the flag at the beginning is China, not Vietnam. Thank you!
Great report, well put together.
Impressed with the representation of present situation and pathway for those who are looking ahead
Fantastic video. Thank you for sharing. Would love to see more.
We are Manufacturer all kind of Vellum Parchemnts
Nice documentary. Glad to see you guys covering these off-the-beaten track stories, usually not told.
Other countries to watch for booming manufacturing sectors, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand. In the future emerging players that need to focus on manufacturing is India and Nigeria.
Nice informative video. Music was a little overbearing every now and then 🙂