Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017

 

In Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017, buyers can find:

Supplier listings – 100 suppliers offering various garments

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: Garments 2017 Sector highlights

Industry overviewExport dataProduct features
  • Vietnam has more than 6,000 companies in the garments and textiles industry.

  • Vietnam’s existing FTAs and ongoing trade negotiations are key factors contributing to the development of the industry.

  • Other factors supporting the growth of Vietnam’s apparel sector are the country’s large pool of workers and relatively low labor costs.
  • Vietnam exported $19.2 billion worth of textiles and garments in the first nine months of 2017.

  • Products sent to the US accounted for 48 percent of the export value.

  • Japan was also a major market, accounting for 12 percent of the export value.
  • Garment manufacturers typically import fibers, yarns or fabrics.

  • Cotton, polyester and their blends are common raw material options across the various categories.

  • Most suppliers will keep quotes at current levels in the next six months.

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Suppliers & products

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Suppliers & products

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017

• Formal wear • Casual wear • Sportswear • Underwear & sleepwear • Baby & children’s wear

Our team has curated a collection of top-selling products from garment 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.

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Ban Mai Co. Ltd Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017
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Other featured suppliers: For contact details, click on the product image or company name.

    
Dalat Trading JSCVietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017
Dong Nai Garment Corp.Vietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017
Spring Garden BabyVietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017
Viet Styles Development Co. LtdVietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017Vietnam garments 2017
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Dong Luc

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K&G Vietnam

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Vieba Co. Ltd

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Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Supplier database

This is a database of 100 unverified Vietnam garment suppliers gathered by our consultants from various online sources.
#Company nameContact personOffice addressContact numbersCompany websiteEmailYear establishedProduct categories offered
19m Clothing Clothing ManufacturerHao PhanFactory: J &J Vina, 504/12 TX 13 Street, Thanh Xuan Ward, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 84-907-35-2323www.9mode-clothing-manufacturer.com; [email protected][email protected]2006Casual wear, sportswear
2AB Promotions Inc.Andreas Anton KalbererBinh Duong Industrial Zone, Street 2, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650-379-1732 [email protected]2000Casual wear, sportswear
3Asia Silk Corp.Doan NguyenBinh Duong Industrial Zone, Street 2, Di An, Binh Duong , Vietnam84-63-371-7161   Casual wear
4Babeeni Vietnam Co. LtdHien DuongNo. 66, Viet Hung Street, Viet Hung, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3668-6011www.babeeni.com[email protected]2007Baby & children 's wear
5Bac Giang Garment JSCPhai Nguyen349 Giap Hai Street, Dinh Ke, Bac Giang, Bac Giang, Vietnam84-240- 355-8156 [email protected]1972Casual wear
6Bac Ha Vietnam Garment JSC Thanh Ha, Thanh Liem, Ha Nam, Vietnam84-351-3880-375http://bachagarment.com/lien-he/[email protected] Casual wear, formal wear
7BacGiang Garment Corp.
 349 Giap Hai street, Bac Giang City, Vietnam84-243-541-442bgg.vn[email protected] Casual wear
8Ban Mai Co. LtdCindy Le19 Le Van Huu Street, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 3943-4839www.vietnamgarment.vn[email protected]1997Casual wear, formal wear
9Cactigreen Co. LtdLe LuanA00/2, CC 41 Bis Dien Bien Phu Street, Ward 25, Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-24-5445-8565www.onoff.vn[email protected]2005Casual wear, underwear
10Casalia JSCHuy DangPhu Nghia Industrial Zone, Chuong My, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 3358-1699www.casalia.vn[email protected]1995Casual wear, formal wear, sportswear, baby & children's wear
11Chu Lai Co. LtdThanh Tran59/5A Quang Trung Street, Ward 11, Go Vap, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3895-8658 [email protected]; [email protected] Casual wear
12Chu Nguyen Co. LtdChu NguyenNo. 106, Street No. 45, Tan Quy Ward, Dist. 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 6271-7538www.chunguyen.com[email protected]2006Casual wear, underwear
13Como Co. LtdQuyenLA-02.01,LA-02.02 Lexington Building, 67 Mai Chi Tho Avenue , An Phu Ward, Dist. 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3997-2290www.comolimited.com; www.comovn.com[email protected]; [email protected] Formal wear
14Dai Khue Thuy Services Private EnterpriseXuyen Nguyen331 Le Trong Tan St, Son Ky Ward , Tan Phu Dist., Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-97-6309-272  2000Casual wear
15Dalat Trading JSCTien VuKm 2.5 Phung Hung, Kien Hung, Ha Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 33543355 http://dalatsweater.vn/[email protected] Casual wear
16Dap Cau Garment JSCThu LuongArea 6, Thi Cau, Bac Ninh, Bac Ninh, Vietnam84-241-382-1603  1967Casual wear
17Dap Cau Garment JSC Thi Cau Ward 6 Dist., Bac Ninh City, Bac Ninh, Vietnam84-241-3827-063 www.dagarco.vn/en/[email protected]1967Casual wear, formal wear
18Delta Sport JSCMartin NguyenBut Son Town, Hoang Hoa, Thanh Hoa, Vietnam84-37-364-3725www.deltasport.com.vn[email protected]2002Casual wear, formal wear, sportswear
19Dong A Textile Garment JSC 185-189 Au Co Str, Ward 14, Dist. 11, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3865-1299; 84-28- 3865-3918http://dagatex.com.vn/[email protected]1960Casual wear, formal wear, baby & children's wear, sportswear
20Dong Bich Co. LtdHung tran56/1A Phan Van Hon Street, Tien Lan Ba Diem, Hoc Mon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3590-1095www.dongbich.com[email protected]2008Sleepwear
21Dong Nai Garment CorporationKich BuiRoad 2, Bien Hoa Industrial Park, An Binh, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai, Vietnam84-61-383-6147www.donagamex.com.vn[email protected]1975Casual wear
22Dong Tam Caps Co. LtdDong HoA8/779 Nation Road No. 50, Hamlet 1, Da Phuoc, Binh Chanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3778-0891/92www.dongtamcaps.com[email protected]; [email protected]1997Casual wear, formal wear, sportswear
23Dong Tien JSCThuan DuongNo. 10, Phan Trung street, Tan Tien ward, Bien Hoa city, Dong Nai,Vietnam84-613- 822248http://dovitec.com.vn/[email protected]; [email protected]1990Casual wear, formal wear
24Dong Xuan Knitting Sole Member LLCQuang Vu524 Minh Khai Street, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3633-6727http://doximex.vn/[email protected]1958Casual wear, baby & children's wear, sleepwear, underwear
25Duc Giang Corp. (DUGACO Corp.) 59 Duc Giang street, Long Bien District, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 36556501www.mayducgiang.com.vn[email protected]1990Casual wear, formal wear
26DYH Corp.Richie LeNo. 68A, Hai Ba Trung Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6680-6126 [email protected]
2011Baby & children's wear
27Fashion Garment Co. Ltd 17th floor – Sonadezi Building, Street No. 1, Bien Hoa Industrial Zone 1, Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai, Vietnam84-61-8877-400http://fashiongarments.com/[email protected] Casual wear
28Garment 10 JSC (GARCO 10)Viet ThanSai Dong, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietna,84-24- 38276 923 http://garco10.vn/home/profile-company.html/128[email protected]; [email protected] Casual wear, formal wear
29Gendai 440 No Trang Long, Ward 13, District, Binh Thanh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3553-3358www.gendai.com.vn[email protected]1999Casual wear, formal wear
30Gia Dinh - Phong Phu Textile and Garment Corp. 189 Phan Van Tri, Ward 11, Dist Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 84-28- 35 166 722gdptex.vn[email protected] Casual wear
31Gia Minh Trading CompanyKevin DuongNo. 38, 13 Street, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 84-28-3944-6693 7 [email protected]; [email protected]2007Casual wear
32Ha Bac Export Garment JSCAnh TranDinh Tram Corner, Hong Thai, Viet Yen, Bac Giang, Vietnam84-240- 367-4178www.garcohabac.com[email protected]2002Casual wear, formal wear, baby & children's wear
33Hanoi Textile And Garment CompanyNyuen Tai Yin8th floor, Nam Hai Lake View Buiilding, Vinh Hoang, Hoang Van Thu Street, Hoang Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 862-1024www.hanosimex.com.vn[email protected]1984Casual wear, formal wear
34Hansoll Textile LtdK. W. HamLong Thanh Industrial Park, Street 1, Long Thanh, Dong Nai, Vietnam84-75-3635-600www.hansoll.com[email protected] Casual wear
35Ho Guom Garment JSC   201 Truong Dinh, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam   http://mayhoguom.com.vn/lien_he/1992Casual wear
36Hoa Tho Textile And Garment Joint Stock Co.Pho Tran36 Ong Ich Duong Street, Cam Le, Da Nang, Vietnam84-511- 384-6290www.hoatho.com.vn[email protected]; [email protected] Formal wear
37Hoang Nhan Garment Consultant Co. LtdCandy LeNo. 88, Road No. 2, An Lac A, Binh Tan, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-91-9435-099 [email protected]2013Casual wear, formal wear, sportswear
38Hoang Viet GroupElizabeth Nguyen107E Truong Dinh Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 2244-6366
www.hoangvietgroup.com[email protected]2000Casual wear, formal wear
39Hue Textile & Garment Joint Stock Co.Quang NguyenThuy Duong, Huong Thuy, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam84-54-386-4337 [email protected] Casual wear, formal wear, baby & children's wear
40Huu Nghi Garment JSC 636-638 Nguyen Duy Street, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 38554176  [email protected] Casual wear, formal wear
41K & K Baby LinenTrung Tan31 Thao Dien, Thao Dien, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-909- 222-985www.kklinen.com 2013Baby & children's wear
42K&G VietnamChien Tran6th Floor, SCETPA Building, 19A Cong Hoa Street, Ward 12, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3812-1488http://kgvietnam.com/[email protected] Casual wear
43Khanh Viet Corp.Anh Nguyen84 Hung Vuong Street, Loc Tho, Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam84-58- 352-6790www.khatoco.com[email protected] Casual wear, formal wear
44Lawnyard Vietnam Co. LtdKelvin FangF4-F6 Road 4, Industry Zone Le Minh Xuan, Binh Chanh, Ho Chi Minh City, vietnam84-28-3766-0430www.lawnyard.com.tw[email protected]; [email protected]1993Casual wear, baby & children's wear, sportswear, sleepwear, underwear
45Le Chat StudioQuynh Nguyen132 Le Lai Street, Ben Thanh Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-24-3971-8585www.lechatstudio.com[email protected]2005Casual wear, formal wear
46Leather Footwear & Garment Making Exporting Corp. (LEGAMEX Corp.)Dung Nguyen15 Truong Son Street, Ward 15, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3866-0564www.legamex.com.vn; www.legamex.vn[email protected] Chi Minh.netnam.vn; [email protected]; [email protected]1986Casual wear, sleepwear, underwear
47Luxury Fashion Trang Dai Ward, Bien Hoa, Dong Nai, Vietnam



84-93-8369-879http://tshirtpolo.vn/[email protected] Casual wear
48Mai Hoang Kim Co. Ltd 252/60/19 Pham Van Chieu Street, Ward 9, Go Vap, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-907-192-495www.mhkpromotions.com[email protected]2014Casualwear, sportswear
49March 29 Textile Garment JSCVan Tang60 Me Nhu Street, Thanh Khe, Da Nang, Vietnam84-511- 375-6999www.hachiba.com.vn[email protected]1976Casual wear, formal wear
50Minh An TailorSteven NguyenLot 9 Road 10, Song Than Industrial Park, Di An, Binh Duong 84-650-373-6997www.minhantailor.com[email protected] Formal wear
51Minh Tam Export And Import JSC Son Nguyen 22/41 Pho Vong Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3628-3417www.minhtamexport.com[email protected]1995Casual wear
52Motives (Far East) Ltd.Dung Le3 Floor, Broadway E Building, No. 02, Bertrand Russell, Tan Phu, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 5413-5137 [email protected] streetcom; [email protected] streetcom Casual wear, formal wear
53Newtop Garment Co. Ltd 1016 Village Road 2, Binh Tri Dong A Ward, Binh Tan District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3750-5679www.nhattan.vn  Casual wear
54Ngoc Bich Garments Import Export Services Trading Co. LtdTrang Nguyen
Daisy Nguyen
671 Le Duc Tho Street, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-90-3190-102; 84-28-3894-8308www.ngocbichclothingmaker.com[email protected]2012Formal wear, baby & children's wear
55Nguyen Hoang Import Export Private EnterpriseNguyen Hoang228 Tran Phu Road, Yet Kieu Street, Nam Thanh, Ninh Binh, Vietnam84-30-387-6576www.nguyenhoangvn.com[email protected]; [email protected]1999Baby & children's wear
56Nha Be Garment Corporation JSCDung DuongNo. 4, Ben Nghe, Tan Thuan Dong, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3872-0077; 84-28- 872-9124www.nhabe.com.vn[email protected]1975Casual wear, formal wear
57Nha Trang Textile and Garment JSC Vinh Phuong, Nha Trang , Khanh Hoa, Vietnam84-58-372-7236 detnhatrang.com.vn[email protected]1979Casual wear, sportswear
58Nhathoa Co. LtdTrang Nguyen15, Lane 188, Quan Thanh Street, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 3716-3779www.lullabybaby.vn[email protected]
[email protected]
2002Baby & children's wear
59Ninh Khuong Household BusinessTruc Nguyen791/23/4 Tran Xuan Soan Street, Block 4, Tan Hung Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3507-3535www.ninhkhuong.vn[email protected]2001Baby & children's wear
60Olala SexyMinh Minh4-1 Sophie Suite, Anada Villa, 27/2 Phu Dong Thien Vuong, Ward 8, Da Lat City, Vietnam84-636- 514 314http://mbyminh.com/contact-us/?lang=en[email protected]2007Underwear
61Pantio 67 Thai Thinh, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24- 62844999www.pantio.com.vn
[email protected]1996Casual wear, formal wear
62Phong Phu Corp.Thuong Nguyen48 Tang Nhon Phu, Tang Nhon Phu B, District 9, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-6684-7979www.phongphucorp.com[email protected]; [email protected]1995Casual wear
63Phu Thinh - Nha Be Garment JSC 13A Tong Van Tran, Ward 5, District 11, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3865-0561www.phuthinhnb.com[email protected]
2003Formal wear
64Phuong Dong Garment JSC 1B Quang Trung Street, Ward 8, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-894-5729 www.pdg.com.vnwww.pdg.com.vn/contact.aspx1988Casual wear, sportswear
65Phuong Lan Garment And Textile Co. LtdPeter Nguyen15 Kho Trung Tam, Vinh Quynh, Thanh Tri, Hanoi, Vietnam84-350-382-6407www.plgartex.vn[email protected]; [email protected]1989Casual wear, underwear
66Phuong Nam Garment JSC 18 Phan Huy Ich, Ward 14, Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam http://funagamex.vn/index.php?id_menu=1 2001Casual wear, formal wear, baby & children's wear
67Quang Thanh Co. LtdThien NgoAn Hoa Craft Village, Thanh Ha, Thanh Liem, Ha Nam, Vietnam84-125- 292-4389www.quangthanh.net[email protected]; [email protected]1995Baby & children's wear
68Sai Gon Phu ThanhTuanA1/31 Q1, Hamlet 1, Vinh Loc A Village, Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 84-90-6755-119http://polosaigon.vn/[email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]2007Casual wear
69Saigon 2 Garment Company (SANDING)Peter Ngo37 Tran Trieu Luat Street, Ward 7, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3971-6774www.sanding.vn[email protected]1975Formal wear, baby & children's wear
70Saigon 3 Garment JSCHong Pham40/32 National Road 13, Hiep Binh Phuoc, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3727-1140www.saigon3.com.vn[email protected] Casual wear, sportswear
71Saigon Joubo Textile Co. LtdNguyen Huynh191 Bui Minh Truc Street, Ward 6, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3856-9041 [email protected] Casual wear
72Savico Co. LtdLoc Tran595/35/21 Cach Mang Tham Tam Street, Ward 15, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3970-6007 [email protected]
[email protected]
2010Casual wear, formal wear
73Shinesun IndustryDiem20/9 Dinh Bo Linh Street, Ward 24, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3511-7926 shinesun.com.vn[email protected] Casual wear, sleepwear
74Son Nam Textile Garment Joint Stock Co.Chien Chu63 Nguyen Van Troi Street, Nam Dinh, Vietnam84-350-384-7681 [email protected] Casual wear
75Son Viet Garment JSCGiang Bui74 Hong Ha Street, Ward 2, Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3848-9191www.relaxunderwear.com[email protected]2001Underwear
76Spring Garden Baby 282 Nguyen Luong Bang Street, Tan Phu, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-98-5800-089 www.springgardenbaby.com[email protected]1996Baby & children's wear
77Star Kid VN Co. LtdSandra Qui17 Do Tan Phong Street, Ward 9, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-6292-1158 [email protected]2009Baby & children's wear
78Tan Dong Quang Textile Co.Huong Nha40 Ba Huyen Thanh Quan Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-290-880-103www.tandongquang.com.vn; www.vainoingoaithat.vn; www.vaithoitrang.vn; www.fabric.com.vn[email protected]; [email protected]1996Casual wear, formal wear
79Tan Viet Serving Trading Producing Co. LtdHang TranNo. 18/58, Road 14, Phan Van Hon Street, Xuan Thoi Thuong, Hoc Mon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-94-986-1199www.tanvietco.com[email protected]2001Sportswear
80Tan Y Investment JSCHong NguyenNo 248 Van Chuong, Dong Da District, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3992-2900
www.kidsmoon.com[email protected]2010Baby & children's wear
81Thai Tuan Textile Garment CompanyChi Thai1/148 Nguyen Van Qua Street, Dong Hung Thuan, District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3719-4613www.thaituanfashion.com[email protected] Formal wear
82Thang Loi International Garment JSCHoa Ngo2 Truong Chinh Street, Tay Thanh, Tan Phu, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-6272-5029www.thangloi.com.vn[email protected]1959Formal wear
83Thanh Cong Textile Garment Investment Trading JSCJaecheon Cho36 Tay Thanh Street, Tay Thanh Ward, Tan Phu District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3815-3962 www.thanhcong.com.vn/Home/Index.aspx[email protected]; [email protected]1967Casual wear, formal wear
84Thuan Phuong Group 269 -271 - 273 - 275 Nguyen Van Luong Street, Ward 12, District 6, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3875-2189tpgroup.com.vn/aboutus.html[email protected]1983Casual wear, baby & children's wear
85Thuy Uyen Co. LtdThuy UyenLot C21, 9th Road, Le Minh Xuan IZ, Tan Nhu Commune, Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3766-0891www.thuyuyen.com.vn[email protected]; [email protected]2001Casual wear, sleewear
86Thygesen Textile Vietnam Co. Ltd Thuy NguyenTan Quang Commune, Van Lam District, Hung Yen, Vietnam 84-321-3791-677
84-232-1379-1677
www.thygesen.com.vn[email protected]
2004Casual wear, sportswear
87Trung Viet Garment Textile Co. LtdHai Nguyen28 Nguyen Van To Street, Tan Thanh, Tan Phu, Ho Chi Minh84-28- 3810-6913www.trungviet.vn[email protected] Casual wear
88TVP Garment JSCJustin Le102 ABC Cong Quynh Street, Pham Ngu Lao, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28-3920-4568 [email protected]2008Casual wear, sportswear
89Two Dollars Trading Production Co. LtdJohn Vo38/40 Go Dau Street, Tan Son Nhi, Tan Phu, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-90-8514-218 [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]
2009Casual wear, formal wear
90Vieba Co. LtdThanh TranKm24 National Highway 5A, Di Su, My Hao, Hung Yen, Vietnam84-321- 394-4055www.vieba.com[email protected] Casual wear
91Viet Hung JSC Highway 206 - 22 National Road, Trung My Tay Ward, District 12, Vietnam84-28- 3883-1839www.viethungcorp.com[email protected] Casual wear, formal wear, sportswear
92Viet SourcingTuyen Ho29/14, Street 29, Hiep Binh Chanh Ward, Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-903-734-442www.viet-sourcing.com[email protected]2013Casual wear, baby & children 's wear
93Viet Styles Development Co. Ltd (Vietfashioncrafts)Duong VuR. 1502, A15 Building, 66 Alley, Kim Giang Road, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6285-1854www.vietfashioncrafts.com[email protected]; [email protected]2006Casual wear
94Viet Thai Export Garment JSC NgaNo 142 - Quang Trung street, Thai Binh, Vietnam84-363-831-686 [email protected]1997Casual wear
95Viet Tien Garment Joint Stock Corp.Thuy Nguyen7 Le Minh Xuan Street, Tan Binh, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam84-28- 3864-0800www.viettien.com.vn[email protected]1976Casual wear, formal wear
96VIETGO Co. LtdThuanC11, Floor 5, PULLMAN Hotel, 40 Cat Linh, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3237-3426www.vietgo.vn[email protected] Casual wear
97Vinatex Danang JSCTri Nguyen25 Tran Quy Cap Street, Danang, Vietnam84-511-382-3725www.vinatexdn.com.vn[email protected]1995Formal wear
98Vo Gia Phuc One Member Co. LtdQuyet Vo17B Tan Long, Tan Dong Hiep, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650- 629-1053www.vogiaphuc.com[email protected]2013Casual wear, formal wear
99Vung Tau Imex Garment JSCNghiem Huan848 Binh Gia Street, Rach Gia, Vung Tau, Vietnam84-64-384-8178www.vgf.com.vn[email protected]; [email protected]1991Casual wear
100X20 JSC 35 Phan Đinh Giot, Phuong Liet, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3864-5077www.gatexco20.com.vn[email protected]1957Formal wear

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Industry overview

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Industry overview

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017

• Formal wear • Casual wear • Sportswear • Underwear & sleepwear • Baby & children’s wear

This section discusses key issues affecting export manufacturers in Vietnam, offering insight into industry composition and important supply centers.

Vietnam's garment exportsCompetitive advantagesChallengesIndustry composition
  • In the first nine months of 2017, Vietnam exported $19.2 billion worth of textiles and garments.

  • Products sent to the US accounted for 48 percent of the export value.

  • Japan was also a major market, accounting for 12 percent of overseas sales.
  • Vietnam’s existing FTAs and ongoing trade negotiations help the garments industry boost exports.

  • Another factor supporting the growth of the sector is Vietnam’s large pool of workers.

  • Labor costs in Vietnam are also relatively lower than those in China and several other countries in Asia.
  • Textile and apparel makers import the majority of raw material requirements.

  • Rising production costs amid the intense price competition in domestic and overseas markets are also a concern.

  • Another factor pushing costs upward is the necessity of meeting international standards.
  • Vietnam has more than 6,000 companies in the garments and textiles industry.

  • Private companies account for more than 80 percent of the sector.

  • Small garment makers have fewer than 100 workers.

Vietnam’s textile and garment exports are on an upward trend. In the first nine months of 2017, the country sent abroad $19.2 billion worth of products, up 8 percent from the same period in 2016, according to preliminary data posted on the website of the General Department of Vietnam Customs.

The US was the largest single-country importer, with products sent to that market reaching $9.3 billion, or 48 percent of exports, during the nine-month period ending September 2017. Japan ranked as the no. 2 destination, accounting for $2.3 billion, or 12 percent, of overseas sales.

The other major markets were South Korea, China, the UK and Germany. Garments and textiles sent to these destinations totaled $3.7 billion.

Apparel exports from Vietnam includes formal attire, casual wear, sportswear, sleepwear, underwear, and baby and children’s clothing.

Competitive advantages

The growth of the garments industry in Vietnam is attributed in part to the country’s existing trade agreements and ongoing trade negotiations, as these offer suppliers opportunities to enter new markets and boost sales to existing ones.

Vietnam is a signatory of the ASEAN Free Trade Area agreement. As a member of the ASEAN, it has signed free trade agreements (FTAs) with South Korea, China, Australia and New Zealand, India and Japan. The country also has FTAs with Japan, Chile, South Korea and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which consists of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.

The Vietnam-EU FTA (EVFTA), negotiations for which concluded in December 2015, is expected to come into force in 2018. Under the EVFTA, EU’s import duties on garments and textiles will be eliminated in a seven-year phaseout period once the FTA takes effect.

Negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are ongoing. The proposed trade pact is between the ASEAN members and the six economies with which the bloc already has FTAs, namely China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, meanwhile, is being renegotiated following the US’ withdrawal from the deal. The 11 remaining signatories, which include Vietnam, reached a partial agreement on Nov. 11, 2017, on what is now called the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

Besides facilitating exports, the FTAs and Vietnam’s efforts to fulfill commitments in line with its trade pacts and create more favorable business conditions support the sector’s development, encouraging investment in various stages of the garment and textiles supply chain. Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country’s textile and apparel sector in the first half of 2017 amounted to $750 million, the YarnsandFibers News Bureau reported Aug. 1, 2017.

Another factor supporting the growth of Vietnam’s garments industry is its large workforce. The country has a population of more than 90 million, which is expected to grow to 100 million in 2020. Over 50 percent of the population is 25 years or younger and literacy rate is more than 90 percent, according to Vietnam’s Foreign Investment Agency (FIA), Ministry of Planning and Investment.

Labor costs in Vietnam are also relatively lower than those in China and several other countries in Asia.

Challenges

The textile and apparel industry’s reliance on imports for their raw material requirements remains a roadblock to the sector’s growth, preventing them from taking full advantage of the opportunities presented by Vietnam’s various FTAs. Vietnam’s trade deals have rules of origin which require that for garments or textiles to enjoy preferential tariffs, production starting from the yarn or fabric should be done within signatory countries. Dependence on imported feedstock also makes suppliers vulnerable to exchange rate fluctuations.

Cotton requirements, for one, are sourced mainly from the US, India, Brazil, Australia and Cote d’Ivoire, The Voice of Vietnam reported Feb. 17, 2017. For fabrics, among the main sources are mainland China, South Korea and Taiwan.

Preliminary data from the General Department of Customs show that Vietnam imported $8.3 billion worth of fabrics in the first nine months of 2017. Imports of textile, leather and footwear materials and auxiliaries amounted to $4.1 billion. The value of cotton sourced overseas exceeded $1.8 billion, while yarn imports amounted to more than $1.3 billion.

Rising production costs are also a concern amid the intense price competition in the domestic market and overseas. Minimum wages and related costs for social insurance and health insurance, for one, are expected to increase further in 2018. The necessity of meeting internationally recognized environmental and social accountability standards such as ISO 14000 and SA 8000, in addition to product-specific guidelines, are also raising operating expenses.

To boost their competitiveness, a number of garment factories are procuring more efficient equipment. A few makers are expanding their operations upstream by investing in their own dyeing or textile manufacturing facilities.

Garment makers are also shifting their production models from cut-make-trim (CMT) to free-on-board (FOB) and ODM.

Industry composition

Vietnam’s garments and textiles industry comprises more than 6,000 companies, which employ over 2.5 million people. About 2 percent of companies are state-owned, 15 percent are foreign-invested and the rest are private enterprises, a July 30, 2016, report on the East Asia Form disclosed.

Garment suppliers account for about 70 percent of the industry. The remaining companies consist of textile makers, spinners, dyeing enterprises and suppliers of input materials and accessories, according to a March 3, 2016, report on VietNamNet Bridge.

Midsize manufacturers can have up to 1,000 employees and their factories can be as large as 11,000sqm. These companies produce 23,000 to 100,000 pieces each month, their annual sales vary from $5.5 million to $11.5 million.

Suppliers with larger workforces have factories that are between 11,000 and 31,000sqm in size. These makers produce over 100,000 pieces each month, and their annual sales exceed $11.5 million.

Supplier locations map

The highlighted areas on the map show the locations of the Vietnam garment suppliers included in the database gathered by our consultants.

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 supplier locations map

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Product features

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Product features

Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017

• Formal wear • Casual wear • Sportswear • Underwear & sleepwear • Baby & children’s wear

This section offers information on how trends in materials, design and manufacturing are impacting prices offered by Vietnam garment suppliers.

Buyers can also learn more about the materials used and the common price ranges of certain designs.

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  • Makers typically import fibers, yarns or fabrics.

  • Cotton, polyester and their blends are common raw material options across the various categories.

  • Athleisure remains a strong trend.
  • Most production processes are done in-house.

  • Cutting, sewing, embroidery and printing are typically completed using machines.

  • Among the standards makers follow are those of Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and the US’ CPSIA.
  • Raw material costs are the main price determinants.

  • Below $15, buyers can find a range of underwear and shirts for men, women and children.

  • Prices are expected to remain stable in the next six months.

Materials & designs

Vietnam garment manufacturers import the majority of fibers, yarns and fabrics used in production, typically from mainland China, South Korea and Taiwan. Domestically, raw materials are procured from the cities of Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, and the province of Binh Duong.

Cotton, polyester and their blends are common raw material options across the various categories. In sportswear and underwear, cotton-spandex and nylon-elastane blends are also adopted.

At most garment manufacturers, OEM orders account for the majority of exports. A company has five to seven people assigned to R&D, which revolves mainly around developing designs and product samples based on client specifications. Creation of samples takes five to seven days.

In-house product development generally follows trends in the international market. In line with this, the selection of athleisure garments, or clothing that can be worn for casual and athletic activities, continues to expand. Multi-occasion garments are also increasing.

The trend for versatile clothing has resulted in cotton and polyester shirts that are quick to dry and resist shrinking, pilling and wrinkling. Jackets come in cotton, polyester or a fabric blend that is breathable, water- and wind-resistant, and have anti-bacterial features. Various types of underwear come in cotton, spandex and other textiles with anti-bacterial and anti-static features.

Versatility and comfort are also key considerations in producing business attire. Men’s and women’s suits are made of polyester or wool with breathable, anti-wrinkle and anti-static features. Non-iron cotton dress shirts provide additional convenience.

Manufacturing & QC

Most production processes are done in-house, including fabric cutting, sewing, embroidery, printing and packaging.

At many factories, the cutting, sewing, embroidery and printing stages are accomplished through the use of machinery. Machines are typically imported from China, although some makers are equipped with facilities from Japan, Europe and South Korea.

Garment manufacturers have at least five employees assigned to QC. Inspections are conducted on raw materials, as well as semifinished and finished products, to ensure that these match requirements.

Pre-production inspection includes checking that the fabric weight, construction and colors conform to specifications. The materials are also checked for dirt and stains.

QC steps during and after production include verifying the patterns; checking for stitching defects, stains and dirt; and ensuring that collars, cuffs, trims and accessories conform to specifications.

Among the product standards that companies follow are those of the EC Directives, the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 and the US’ Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). Production-wise, many suppliers conform to ISO 9001. A number also comply with the requirements of SA 8000 and the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI).

Pricing

Raw material costs are the main price determinants. Men’s business suits made of wool or polyester, for instance, are available for less than $150. Designs is cashmere are priced higher.

For casual wear, buyers can find a range of cotton and polyester shirts for less than $15. Jackets with shells made of polyester, cotton, nylon or a fabric blend can also be found in this price range. Designs typically have cotton or polyester filling. More expensive versions have down filling.

The selection of sportswear below $10 includes soccer jerseys and golf shirts made of polyester. Yoga pants in a polyester-spandex or nylon-elastane blend are also available.

For sleepwear, cotton men’s and women’s pajamas are offered for less than $15. Cotton nightgowns are also widely available at this price range, while silk designs are at least $20.

In the underwear segment, the selection below $5 includes men’s boxers, briefs and boxer briefs made of cotton or a fabric blend. Bras in cotton-spandex blends are also available.

For babies and children, T-shirts made of cotton or polyester are offered for less than $5. Cotton dresses for girls 1 to 7 years old can also be found in this price range.

Prices are expected to remain stable in the next six months. Many makers intend to reduce quotes by 5 percent or keep them at current levels despite raw material costs having risen 3 to 7 percent in the past 12 months. Suppliers are taking this route to stay competitive with China counterparts.

Price guide

Price guide: Men's business suits
Less than $70
Worsted or woolen wool; two- or three-button jacket; wrinkle-resistant
$70 to $150
Wool or polyester; two- or three-button jacket; wrinkle-resistant; three buttons
More than $150
Cashmere; three-piece suit; two- or three-button jacket; wrinkle-resistant

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Vietnam Sourcing: Garments 2017 Product features
Price guide: Jackets
Less than $10
Polyester or cotton shell; cotton or polyester filling; water-resistant
$10 to $15
Hooded; shell made of polyester, cotton, nylon or a blend; polyester filling; water- and wind-resistant
More than $15
Hooded; shell made of polyester, cotton, nylon or a blend; synthetic or down filling; water- and wind-resistant
Price guide: Yoga pants
Less than $5
95% polyester and 5% spandex; 240 to 280gsm
$5 to $10
88-95% polyester and 5-12% spandex, 75-90% nylon and 10-25% spandex, or 77% nylon and 23% elastane; 240 to 300gsm; with pocket; UPF 50+
More than $10
88-92% polyester and 8-12% spandex, or 77% nylon and 23% elastane; 280 to 300gsm; with pocket; UPF 50+
Price guide: Men's underwear
Less than $1
Boxers, briefs or boxer briefs; cotton-spandex blend
$1 to $1.50
Boxers, briefs or boxer briefs; cotton, bamboo, polyester-cotton or cotton-spandex blend
More than $1.50
Boxers, briefs or boxer briefs; cotton or cotton-spandex blend
Price guide: Girls dresses
Less than $5
Short-sleeved dress; cotton; allover print
$5 to $10
Smock or short-sleeved dress; cotton or cotton-polyester blend; embroidered
More than $10
Short-sleeved or sleeveless dress; cotton or cotton-polyester blend; with lining; embroidered

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