Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017
In Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017, buyers can find:
Supplier listings – 100 suppliers offering various types of footwear
Products – Full-color images with specifications and prices
Supply market intelligence – Supply centers, industry trends, challenges, production and pricing
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Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017 Sector highlights
|Industry overview||Export data||Product features|
Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017 Suppliers & products
Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017
• Casual shoes • Formal shoes • Sports shoes • Children’s shoes
Our team has curated a collection of top-selling products from footwear suppliers across Vietnam.
A number of these suppliers have websites on GlobalSources.com with full company details, product images with specifications, manufacturing capability and complete contact information. Click on the company names or product images to view their full profiles and product offerings on GlobalSources.com.
Featured suppliers with websites on GlobalSources.com
|Manda Co. Ltd|
Other featured suppliers: For contact details, click on the product image or company name.
|Hu Kiet Trading and Producing Co. Ltd|
|Thuong Dinh Company|
Click here for a listing of Vietnam footwear suppliers.
|#||Company name||Contact person||Office address||Contact numbers||Company website||Year established||Product categories offered|
|1||An Giang shoes & Investment JSC||Man Ho||54/20 Tran Hung Dao, Long Xuyen, An Giang, Vietnam||84-76-834-262||www.vietnamshoe.com||[email protected]||1993||Casual, sports and children's shoes|
|2||An Lac Footwear JSC (Alsimex)||Hung Vo||3-5 Ten Lua Street, An Lac A, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3875-9299||[email protected]||1987||Casual, formal and sports shoes|
|3||An Phuoc Garment - Embroidery & shoes Co. Ltd||Khoa Tran||100/11-12, An Duong Vuong, District 5, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3835-0059||anphuoc.manufacturer.globalsources.com||Formal shoes|
|4||An Thai Minh Co. Ltd||111 Dinh Cong Street, Thinh Liet Ward, Hoang Mai District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-90-4592-444||xuonggiay.com||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|5||An Thinh Footwear Co. Ltd||23/1B, To Ky Street, Thoi Tam Thon Ward, Hoc Mon District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3891-4654||anthinhshoes.com||[email protected]||2002||Casual shoes|
|6||Ananas||15 Street 15, Quarter 4, Linh Trung Ward, Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-722-3252||ananas.com.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|7||Asia shoes PTE||LOT II-9, Road 19 / 5A, Tan Binh Industrial Zone, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-38163632||www.asiasports.com.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|8||Attom||David Keith||Quang Trung, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-90-3300-519||www.giayattom.com||[email protected]||1990||Casual and formal shoes|
|9||Ban Mai Xanh||Binh Nguyen||Level 2, Number 31, Thai Ha, Trung Liet, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3200-3133||crownspace.vn||[email protected]||Casual and sports shoes|
|10||Binh Dinh Footwear JSC||Quan Pham||40 Thap Doi Street, Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam||84-56-394-1071||www.bdfc.com.vn||[email protected]||1976||Casual shoes|
|11||Binh Tien Dong Nai Corp., Pte., Ltd (Dona Biti's)||Lai Khiem||1/1 Pham Van Thuan Street, Tam Hiep, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai, Vietnam||84-61-381-3887||www.bitis.com.vn||[email protected]||1982||Casual, formal, sports and chidren's shoes|
|12||BITAS||1016 A Huong Lo 2, Binh Tri Dong A, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3754-3954||bitas.com.vn||[email protected]||1991|
|13||Da Giay Ha Noi||34 Hang Thung, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-28-666-355-95||dagiayhanoi.vn||1995||Casual and formal shoes|
|14||Casum shoes JSC||Viet MAI||Bui Huu Nghia Street, Hoa An Ward, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai, Vietnam||84-613850-708||www.casum.com.vn||[email protected]||1990||Casual, formal and chidren's shoes|
|15||Cat Long Pasteur||Luan Nguyen||1/9 Truong Tho, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|| |
|www.pasteurshoes.com.vn||[email protected]||1979||Casual and formal shoes|
|16||Chanty Industrial Co. Ltd||99 Yee-Shern Ward, Chang Shern Village, 9th District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-7300-169||www.chantyshoes.com||[email protected]||1985||Casual shoes|
|17||Christina Q||102B3, Tran Huy Lieu, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-8586-0000||christina-q.com/en/||[email protected]||Casual and formal shoes|
|18||CK Lien Phat Co. Ltd||Group 34, Quarter 3, Trang Dai, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai, Vietnam||84-61-389-6797||[email protected]||2002||Sports shoes|
|19||Colored People Co. Ltd||Manuel TANNER||25 Street 14E, Binh Hung Hoa B, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-126-688-4738||www.coloredpeople.ch||[email protected]||2014||Casual shoes|
|20||Dai Viet shoes Co., LMT||Giang Nguyen||345 Tran Van Kieu, Ward 11, District 11, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3537-2829||www.daivietshoes.vn||[email protected]||2006||Casual and formal shoes|
|21||DH Group||324 Ton Dan, Ward 4, District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3940-4869||dhgroup.vn||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|22||Dona Pacific Co. Ltd||Deni Yuan||Lot A3 Road 7 Song may IZ, Bac Son, Trang Bom, Dong Nai, Vietnam||84-61-396-7171||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|23||Dong An shoes||Hanh Dan, Tan Lap, Dan Phuong, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-97-6753-331||donganshoes.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|24||Dong Anh Footwear JSC||Hong Nguyen||Group 37, Dong Anh, Dong Anh, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-883-6977||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|25||Dong Hai||227BIS - 229 Hai Ba Trung, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3820-2229||shopdonghai.com||[email protected]||Casual, formal, sports and children's shoes|
|26||Dong Hung Industrial JSC||Khoi Nguyen||Road 2, Tan Dong Hiep A Industrial Park, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam||84-650 372-7015||www.donghungfootwear.com||[email protected]||1992||Casual shoes|
|27||Dong Luc JSC||Dung Hoang||130 Ha Dinh Street, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3858-4127||donglucgroup.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|28||Eva shoes||80 Nguyen Phong Sac, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3793-2702||evashoes.com.vn||[email protected]||Casual and formal shoes|
|29||First Alliance Company||Khai Nguyen||1113 Highway 1A, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3754-3974||www.globalsources.com||[email protected]||Casual, formal, sports and chidren's shoes|
|30||Framas Co. Ltd||Number 9, Street 12, Song Than Industrial Zone II, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam||84-650-379-0761||www.framas.com||[email protected]||1948||Sports shoes|
|31||Fugashin Saigon||15 Vo Van Tan, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-388-333-22||fugashin-saigon.com||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|32||Gia Dinh Group||20A Nguyen Van Bua Street, Xuan Thoi Son Ward, Hoc Mon District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3595-1991||giadinhgroup.com.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|33||Giay An Ba||23A Street 1, Quarter 22, Binh Hung Hoa A Ward, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-93-8499-723||giayanba.com||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|34||Giay Quoc Dinh||9/24 Thong Nhat, Ward 15, Go Vap, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-90-2693-311||www.giayquocdinh.com||http://www.giayquocdinh.com/images/image_top.jpg||Casual and formal shoes|
|35||Giay Thai Duong||3/334 Nhi Tan 1, Tan Thoi Nhi, Hoc Mon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3713-2159||giaythaiduong.com||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|36||Golden Dragon Garment One Member Co. Ltd||Luis Torres||117 Binh Long Street, Binh Hung Hoa A, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3861-2232||www.thegoldendragongroup.com||[email protected]||2004||Formal shoes|
|37||Golden Top Co. Ltd||Number 78/25, TL 48 Road, Thanh Loc, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-24-3712-3321||www.dinhvang.vn||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|38||Goodwill||382/19 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Ward 5, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3818-1395||www.goodwill-jsc.com||[email protected], [email protected]||Casual, formal and sports shoes|
|39||Gosto Group||988 Nguyen Van Linh Street, Tan Phong, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3822-2168||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|40||Ha shoes JSC||478 Minh Khai, Vinh Tuy Ward, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-91-3536-689||giaydahanoi.com.vn||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|41||Hai Phong Leather Products And Footwear One Member Co. Ltd||Lam Nguyen||276 Hang Kenh Street, Le Chan, Hai Phong, Vietnam||84-31-394-0873||[email protected]||2010||Formal shoes|
|42||Hanoi Leather shoes JSC||Tue Pham||KM6, Nguyen Trai Road, Thuong Dinh Industrial Zone, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3858-4463||[email protected]||Casual and formal shoes|
|43||Hanoi Rubber JSC||Viet Pham||13 Cau Dien, Tu Liem, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3764-0783||www.harco.com.vn||[email protected]||2005||Casual, formal, sports and children's|
|44||Hatay Chemical-Weave Co. Ltd||My Le||TanLap Village, DanPhuong District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3366-5147||haytayshoes.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|45||Hiep Hung shoes Company||Cuong Vu||161F Da Nam Street, Ward 3, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-856-8491||www.luu.thietkeviet.com||[email protected]|
|1993||Casual, formal, sports and children's shoes|
|46||Hoang Phuong Linh Leather shoes Company||No 448/53, Phan Huy Ich Street, Ward 12, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-96-1825-018||giayken.com/vn||[email protected]||Casual, Formal and Sports shoes|
|47||Hoang Vu||165C Xuan Thuy, Dich Vong, Cau Giay, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3991-6088||thegioigiay.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|48||Hong Phuc shoes Co. Ltd||Nhien Pham||Bien Giang, Ha Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3371-7168||www.kaido.com.vn||[email protected]||2007||Casual shoes|
|49||Hong Thanh||511 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, Ward 2, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3833-2650||giayhongthanh.com.vn||[email protected]||Casual, formal and children's shoes|
|50||Hu Kiet Trading and Producing Co. Ltd||Thanh Cao||Provincial Road 830 Hamlets 8, Luong Hoa, Ben Luc, Long An, Vietnam||84-072-364-6555||www.hukiet.com||[email protected]||2005||Casual shoes|
|51||Huu Nghi Da Nang JSC||Son Tran||Da Nang IZ, An Hai Bac, Son Tra, Da Nang, Vietnam||84-511-393-4185||www.hunex.com.vn||[email protected]||2008||Casual, formal, sports and children's shoes|
|52||Innolux Group Asia Limited||63B Calmette Street, Sacombank Tower, 3rd Floor, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3914-6397||innoluxgroup.com||[email protected]||Casual and formal shoes|
|53||Kieu Viet Import Export Co. Ltd||Michael Nguyen||Number 206 Nguyen Van Luong Street, Ward 17, Go Vap, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3895-0950||www.kivi.vn||[email protected]||2009||Formal shoes|
|54||Kingmaker Footwear (Vietnam) Co. Ltd||Number 12 Street 3,Vietnam Singapore Industrial Park, Thuan An District, Binh Duong, Vietnam||84-650-757-236||www.kingmaker-footwear.com||2000||Sports shoes|
|55||Kitas||96 Doc Lap Street, Tan Thanh Ward, Tan Phu District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-6254-7244||kitas.vn||[email protected]||Casual, formal and sports shoes|
|56||Lac Viet Footwear Co. Ltd||Number 4, Trung Thanh Industrial Zone, Vu Ban District, Nam Dinh, Vietnam||84-350-3993-787||indoorslippers.com.vn||Casual shoes|
|57||LEGAMEX Corporation||Dung Nguyen||Number 15, Truong Son Street, Ward 15, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-2214-6213||www.legamex.com.vn||[email protected]||1986||Casual, formal and sports shoes|
|58||Long Thanh||67B Thap Muoi, Ward 2, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3960-0981||www.longthanhgiay.com||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|59||Manda Co. Ltd||Hung Luu||256A Kinh Duong Vuong Street, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3980-9462||www.vnshoesmart.com||[email protected]||2000||Formal shoes|
|60||Mekodexim Co., Ltd||Number 22, Lane 310/21 Nghi Tam Street, Tay Ho District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3717-1233||mekongsourcing.com||[email protected], [email protected]||Casual and sports shoes|
|61||Merly shoes||876 Truong Sa, Ward 13, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-6685-7298||merlyshoes.com||[email protected]||Casual and Formal shoes|
|62||Nam A Footwear Import Export JSC||426 Dao Duy Anh Street, Ward 9, Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-844-4985||[email protected]||2004||Casual shoes|
|63||Nam Hoa Co. Ltd||57 Oil Department, Hong Bang District, Hai Phong, Vietnam||84-0225-385-0835||www.namhoaco.znn.vn||[email protected]||Sports and children's shoes|
|64||Naturally Footwear Company||45A/1 Go Cam Diem, Ward 10, District Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3974-1826||naturallyfootwear.com||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|65||Ngan Phong Plastic Production shoes||395/21/16 Minh Phung Street, Ward 10, District 11, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3963-4662||nganphong.com.vn||[email protected]||Children's and sports shoes|
|66||Nguyen Gia Sai Gon Co. Ltd||Xuyen Nguyen||76A Road 36, Linh Dong, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3720-6072||www.giaycongso.com||[email protected]||2006||Formal shoes|
|67||Nhat Viet Co. Ltd||Xuan Huong||Number 132 Cat Bi Street, Hai An, Hai Phong, Vietnam||84-31-355-8389||www.ventofootwear.com||[email protected]||2004||Casual shoes|
|68||Novi Footwear (Vietnam)||364 Cong Hoa Street, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3812-0518||www.novifootwear.com||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|69||Phong Chau Co. Ltd||Luong Nguyen||8th Floor, Mecanimex Building, Number 4 Vu Ngoc Phan Street, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24 3776-4888||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|70||Phu Son Footwear Co. Ltd||Trung Ngo||C2/29 National Highway 1A, Binh Chanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-760-5655||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|72||Phuoc Binh shoes Co. Ltd||Quan Pham||1023 Ta Quang Buu Street, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3981-5122||[email protected]||1993||Casual shoes|
|72||Prowin||A72, Kha Van Can, Ward Linh Tay, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-93-8442-945||prowin.com.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|73||Quynh Chau||KM 41 Cau Gie Road, Chau Can Ward, Phu Xuyen District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-98-288-9986||[email protected]||Formal and sports shoes|
|74||Saga Co. Ltd||24/42 Thong Nhat Street, Ward 16, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3916-2606||depditrongnhagasa.com||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|75||Sai Son shoes JSC||Number 419 Le Hong Phong Street, Ward 2, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3835-3820||www.sashoco.com.vn||[email protected]||1950||Casual and sports shoes|
|76||Shoetana Ltd||S30-1 Sky Garden Area, Tan Phong, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-811-4573||www.shoetana.com||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|77||So Young||Hoa Nguyen||116 Dinh Cong, Hoang Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-97-3751-806||www.soyoung.vn||[email protected]||2011||Casual and formal shoes|
|78||Stateway Vietnam Co. Ltd||Hung Dao Ward, Duong Kinh District, Hai Phong, Vietnam||84-31-3981-222||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|79||Step Up Corporation||Thuy Pham||Number 8, Road 4, Ly Phuc Man, Binh Thuan Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-90-2913-286||stepup.company||[email protected] - [email protected]||Casual shoes|
|80||Tado shoes Co. Ltd||Tra Noc IZ, Can Tho, Vietnam||84-710-384-2320||[email protected]||1998||Casual and formal shoes|
|81||Tam Anh General Co. Ltd||Tam Doan||44 Bui Thi Xuan, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24 6659-6687||www.tamanh.net||[email protected]||2011||Formal shoes|
|82||Tan Hop Footwear Co. Ltd||The Dau||15 Dong Khoi Street, Tan Tien, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai, Vietnam||84-61-399-7510||www.globalsources.com||[email protected]||1999||Casual shoes|
|83||Tan Thanh Co. Ltd||Hoang Le||B13 Phan Van Tri Street, Ward 7, Go Vap, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3894-5181||[email protected]||2006||Formal shoes|
|84||TCRO Crocodile Manufacturer||Hung Nguyen||275/4 1st Quarter, Tan Chanh Hiep, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-90-5281-581||www.umbalagift.com||[email protected]||2010||Formal shoes|
|85||Thai Binh shoes JSC.||Thuan Nguyen||5A Xuyen A, An Binh, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam||84-28 3724-1499||www.tbsgroup.vn||[email protected]||1989||Casual and sports shoes|
|86||Thue Khue shoes Company||125 Thuy Khue, Tay Ho, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-3834-0083||thuykhueshoesco.com.vn||[email protected], [email protected]||Sports shoes|
|87||Thuong Dinh Footwear Company||277, Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-8586-628||thuongdinhfootwear.com.vn||[email protected]||1975||Sports shoes|
|88||Trieu Phong||Lot II-11, CN8-CN9, Tan Binh Industrial Park, Tan Phu District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-5435-6917||trieuphong.com.vn||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|89||Tuan Viet Industrial shoes Co. Ltd||Cuong Tran||Phu Thanh Industrial Region, Phu Thanh Commune, Nhon Trach District, Dong Nai, Vietnam|| |
|tuanvietshoes.com||[email protected]||Casual and sports shoes|
|90||Van Hung Phat||19/10 Nguyen Van Nguyen, Tan Dinh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-93-8252-968||lolemfashion.com.vn||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|91||Viet A Chau Investment & Development Corporation (VITACO CORP.)||Thinh Nguyen||80A Huynh Van Banh Street, Ward 15, Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3997-3212||www.vietachau.vn||[email protected]||1992||Casual, formal and sports shoes|
|92||Viet An Phong Co. Ltd||Vi Ho||25 Me Linh, Ward 19, Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3514-0576||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|93||Viet Tin Co. Ltd||Tung Hoang||05 Cu Chinh Lan Street, Ward 13, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-6686-0490||www.vitco.vn||[email protected]||Formal shoes|
|94||Vina Bridge Co. Ltd||Jack Pham||557 Xo Viet Nghe Tinh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-3899-7496||www.globalsources.com||Casual and formal shoes|
|95||Vina Giay Corp.||Minh Vu||180-182 Ly Chinh Thang Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28-803-1193||www.vinagiay.com||[email protected]||1991||Casual, formal and chidren's shoes|
|96||Vinh Long Footwear Co. Ltd||Hoa Phu, Long Ho, Vinh Long, Vietnam||84-0703-962-054||www.tyxuan.com.vn||[email protected]||Sports shoes|
|97||Vinh Thanh||167/2 Pham Hung, Ward 9, Vinh Long, Vietnam||84-98-6550-986||giayvinhthanh.zez.vn||Sports shoes|
|98||Vinh Thong Manufacturing - Trading - Services Co. Ltd||Tuan Nguyen||Lot III - 17, Group III, Road Number 13, Tan Binh Industrial Park, Tay Thanh, Tan Phu, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||84-28 3815-5178||[email protected]||1994||Casual shoes|
|99||Wisewear||Giang Nguyen||23/184/230 Lac Trung, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam||84-24-6682-9276||wisewearvn.com||[email protected]||Casual shoes|
|100||Yih Hui (Vietnam) Industrial Co. Ltd||Number 47, Road Number 2, Dong An Industrial Park, Thuan An Town, Binh Duong, Vietnam||www.longleadgroup.com.tw||[email protected]||1994||Sports shoes|
Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017 Industry overview
Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017
• Casual shoes • Formal shoes • Sports shoes • Children’s shoes
This section discusses key issues affecting export manufacturers in Vietnam, offering insight into industry composition and important supply centers.
|Vietnam's footwear exports||Competitive advantages||Challenges||Industry composition|
Vietnam produces more than 900 million pairs of footwear each year, over 80 percent of which is sent overseas. From 2014 to 2016, annual exports of the industry exceeded $10 billion.
In 2016, Vietnam ranked as the second largest exporter of footwear in the world in terms of export value. The country sent abroad nearly $13.0 billion worth of products during the period, up more than 8 percent from 2015, according to data from the General Department of Customs, Ministry of Finance of Vietnam.
Between January and September 2017, Vietnam’s footwear exports grew 13 percent year over year to exceed $10.6 billion. Growth for the year is expected to remain at double-digit level.
The US is the largest single-country importer of footwear from Vietnam. During the nine-month period ended September 2017, about $3.8 billion worth of products went to this market.
China is another key destination, accounting for nearly $823.7 million of footwear exports in the first nine months of 2017. The other major importers of footwear from Vietnam are Germany, Belgium, Japan, the UK and the Netherlands.
Models with textile and leather uppers, which are the products covered in the report, make up the majority of products sent overseas. Statistics from the DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database show that these lines accounted for more than 70 percent of footwear exports from 2013 to 2015.
Vietnam’s exports have and are expected to remain strong despite the withdrawal of the US from the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). This is attributed in part to the country’s existing free trade agreements (FTAs) and ongoing trade negotiations, which present opportunities for the footwear industry to increase its competitiveness and boost sales. The country’s efforts to fulfill commitments to these deals and create more favorable business conditions also support the sector’s growth.
Vietnam is a signatory of the ASEAN Free Trade Area. As a member of the ASEAN, it has also signed FTAs with China, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, India and Japan. Additionally, the country has FTAs with Japan, Chile, South Korea and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which comprises Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.
The Vietnam-EU FTA (EVFTA) is expected to enter into force in 2018. Under the EVFTA, tariffs on various types of footwear will be reduced to 0 percent or eliminated.
Negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are underway. The proposed trade deal is between the 10 ASEAN members and the six economies with which it already has FTAs: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand. Among the issues covered by the RCEP are trade in goods and services, investment, economic and technical cooperation, intellectual property, competition, dispute settlement, e-commerce, and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Besides facilitating trade, the FTAs also encourage increased investment in the footwear industry and related sectors. Foreign-invested companies with manufacturing facilities in China, in particular, have moved to or expanded into Vietnam. The EVFTA is expected to attract more suppliers to Vietnam, according to a March 24, 2017, report on the Vietnam Investment Review, citing Bill Watson, managing director of Coats Phong Phu.
The country’s footwear industry includes factories with investors from Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and other countries. Foreign-invested companies account for about 80 percent of the industry’s exports, Viet Nam News reported Aug. 5, 2017, citing the Vietnam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (LEFASO).
Another factor supporting the growth of the footwear industry is its large pool of workers. Vietnam’s labor force in 2014 was about 54 million, according to data on the General Statistics Office of Vietnam.
Minimum wages in Vietnam are also relatively lower than those in China and several other countries in Asia.
Global economic integration brings its own set of challenges, including increased competition. Locally and overseas, suppliers face strong competition from counterparts in China and other parts of Asia, as well as multinationals such as Nike, Adidas and Puma.
To boost competitiveness and take advantage of the opportunities that FTAs bring, footwear makers have to adhere to each agreement’s rules of origin. The EVFTA, for instance, requires that for products to obtain the preferred tariff, it should be made of materials “wholly obtained” from Vietnam, or from inputs sourced elsewhere but have undergone sufficient “working or processing” in the country.
Domestic content in Vietnam footwear is currently between 40 and 45 percent, a March 3, 2017, report on VietNamNet disclosed. The sector must increase this to 60 percent to comply with the rules of origin stipulated in the country’s trade deals, according to the news source.
Currently, leather and canvas are among the materials that a number of suppliers import since domestic supply cannot meet demand. To address the issue, the government is looking into setting up special industrial zones, which will include tanneries.
In addition to following rules of origin, representatives from LEFASO and the government have pointed out that makers need enhance their capability to design, manufacture and market high-value added products to keep the sector on a growth track. Most Vietnam manufacturers take part in the global supply chain as OEM suppliers of more established international names and following buyers’ design specifications. Consequently, there is a limited number of original designs sold under local brands, even in the domestic market.
Meeting internationally recognized environmental and social accountability standards such as ISO 14000 and SA 8000, in addition to product-specific guidelines, has also become necessary. Footwear companies are investing in structures that will allow them to comply with these standards because they are encountering more buyers requiring such from their suppliers.
Financial constraints, however, dampen many makers’ efforts to invest in capacity upgrades, R&D and marketing initiatives. Rising costs, especially labor-related expenses, further limit funds for investment.
In terms of technological improvements, some companies have invested in automated equipment for product development and manufacturing processes such as cutting and sewing, but these are mostly large enterprises.
Vietnam’s footwear industry comprises approximately 1,700 companies employing over 1.2 million people, according to the April 2017 report on Viet Nam News. About 800 of these suppliers are large operations.
Small footwear makers are those that typically employ up to 200 workers. With factories no larger than 5,700sqm, they produce about 57,000 pairs monthly and their annual export sales do not exceed $1.3 million.
Midsize companies have 200 to 500 workers, and their factories can occupy up to 16,000sqm. These suppliers can manufacture 57,000 to 570,000 pairs. Revenue from exports can range from $3 million to $5.5 million yearly.
Suppliers with larger operations generate more than $5.5 million in annual export sales. Several of these are foreign-invested enterprises.
In the south, Ho Chi Minh City and the nearby provinces of Binh Duong and Dong Nai are the main hubs of footwear production. In the north, most makers are located in the Red River Delta region.
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Vietnam Sourcing: Footwear 2017
• Casual shoes • Formal shoes • Sports shoes • Children’s shoes
This section offers information on how trends in materials, design and manufacturing are impacting prices offered by Vietnam footwear suppliers.
Buyers can also learn more about the materials used and the common price ranges of certain designs.
|Materials & designs||Manufacturing & QC||Pricing|
Materials & designs
Footwear exports from Vietnam comprises various styles for different consumers. Genuine and synthetic leather are adopted in the uppers and soles of most categories. Cowhide and goatskin are the common options for genuine leather, while synthetic versions are either PU or PVC.
Cotton canvas is another popular material for the uppers of casual and sports shoes. Insoles can be made of EVA, PU or PVC for durability and comfort, while outsoles are constructed from PVC, PU or rubber to resist wear and tear.
Localization rate in the Vietnam’s leather and footwear sector is 40 to 45 percent, Viet Nam News reported Nov. 9, 2016, citing Phan Thi Thanh Xuan, general secretary of the Viet Nam Leather, Footwear and Handbag Association (LEFASO).
Companies using leather, in particular, import their most of their requirements from India, mainland China, Taiwan and South Korea. Cotton canvas, EVA and other materials are sourced from the cities of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, and Binh Duong and Dong Nai provinces, but some footwear suppliers import from mainland China or Taiwan.
Models under OEM contracts account for the majority of exports. Employing three to 10 people in product development, suppliers can typically create samples within three weeks.
For their own collections, R&D efforts are geared mainly toward comfortable footwear suitable for various occasions or activities. For men, lace-up shoes that can be worn with a casual or business ensemble are on trend. Recent releases come with cowhide or PU leather uppers and rubber outsoles.
In women’s shoes, neutral-colored ballet flats and pumps suitable for daytime or evening wear are in style. Genuine or synthetic leather uppers are paired with cushioned insoles and slip-resistant soles for comfort.
Manufacturing & QC
Most maker carry out the whole production process in-house, from the cutting of the uppers to the sewing, assembly and packaging of the final products. Some companies, however, subcontract the manufacture of the uppers since this phase is labor-intensive. There are also suppliers that outsource the production of EVA outsoles to factories in mainland China that specialize in these articles.
Footwear production consist of four stages: clicking or cutting; closing or machining; lasting; and finishing. The process is generally semi-mechanized, and several suppliers have automated machinery.
Materials for the uppers are cut to specifications using industrial scissors or knives, or cutting dies. These components are then assembled during machining using sewing machines.
Lasting is the stage where uppers are placed on a last, a mechanism shaped like a foot, and are attached to the insoles and other shoe components. Finishing touches include trimming, buffing, staining and waxing. Other details such as the laces, logo and tags are attached to the shoes before packaging. The entire production can last between six and eight weeks.
Footwear makers typically have seven to 10 QC inspectors. Among the specifications that these personnel check is the neatness of the stitching, seam strength and accuracy of the colors. Chemical tests are also conducted.
Footwear production can take between six and eight weeks.
Shoes meant for export follow internationally recognized guidelines such as those of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the EU’s Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals (REACH).
In recent years, a number of buyers are also requiring manufacturers to meet occupational health and safety standards, and social compliance guidelines.
Pricing depends mainly on the materials used, as these manufacturing inputs account for as much as 65 percent of production expenses. Consequently, models that use cowhide and other types of genuine leather are generally more expensive than those with textile or synthetic leather uppers.
Another factor in pricing is design complexity, with labor costs making up about 20 percent of manufacturing expenses.
Footwear prices are expected to remain relatively stable in the next six months. Of the interviewed suppliers, most intend to keep prices at current levels since there has been no significant increases in production cost. A few companies plan to reduce prices to boost competitiveness.
|Price guide: Ballet flats|
|Less than $15 |
PU uppers and insoles; rubber outsoles; accented with ribbons
|$15 to $25 |
PU uppers and insoles; PU or EVA outsoles; accented with metal studs
|More than $25 |
PU or genuine leather uppers and insoles; TPR outsoles; accented with ribbons
|Price guide: Men's dress shoes|
|Less than $25 |
Oxford shoes; genuine leather uppers and lining; cushioned PU insoles; rubber outsoles
|$25 to $35 |
Derby or oxford shoes; cowhide uppers; goatskin lining and insoles; rubber outsoles
|More than $35 |
Derby or oxford shoes; crocodile skin or cowhide uppers; goatskin lining and insoles; rubber or cowhide outsoles
|Price guide: Soccer shoes|
|Less than $5 |
Canvas uppers; cotton lining; EVA insoles; rubber outsoles
|$5 to $10 |
Canvas or PU uppers; cotton lining; EVA insoles; rubber outsoles
|More than $10 |
PU or genuine leather uppers; breathable mesh or cotton lining; PU or EVA insoles; PU or rubber outsoles
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