List of Furniture Manufacturers in Vietnam: 10 Leading Factories

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Planning to import furniture from suppliers in Vietnam? In this article, you can learn what importers must know about Vietnamese furniture and homeware factories:

  • Top Vietnamese Furniture Manufacturers
  • Product Categories & Materials
  • Supplier Directories, Wholesalers & Trade Shows
  • How to place your first order

Overview of Furniture Produced in Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the largest manufacturing and exporting countries for furniture. You can find suppliers for a wide range of furniture, including:

  • Wooden Furniture
  • Home Furniture
  • Office Furniture
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Bathroom Furniture
  • Rattan Furniture
  • Wicker Furniture
  • Eucalyptus furniture

Listed Companies

  • Inside Saigon
  • Rochdale Spears
  • Minh Duong Furniture Corp
  • Dewberry
  • Woodnet
  • Thinh Phu Furniture
  • Kaiser 1 Furniture Industry
  • ATC Craft
  • Saigon River Factory
  • Huang Moc Furniture

Disclaimer

We are not affiliated with any of the companies listed in this guide. We have selected these companies based on their claimed product scope, history, certification, and capabilities.

Inside Saigon

Inside Saigon is a company that develops, manufactures, and exports furniture. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Binh Duong, Vietnam, but also has factories in Ho Chi Minh City and Dong Nai.

They manufacture furniture products such as book cabinets, dining tables, stools, and wardrobes. Their products mainly consist of wood-based materials such as acacia, reclaimed pine, and oak.

Since its expansion in 2010, Inside Saigon has partnered with many companies around Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the US. The company maintains a sense of transparency with its customers by dedicating a page on its website to explaining its implementation of quality control, and another page detailing its workflow.

It has six factories in Binh Duong, four of which manufacture furniture, and two of which install metal parts to the product in the same province. These two factories also perform the following tasks:

  • Partially assemble
  • Sand
  • Sandblast
  • Brush
  • Paint
  • Pack

Main Products

  • TV cabinets
  • Wine cabinets
  • Desks
  • Coffee tables
  • Stools
  • Bar chairs
  • Beds
  • Nightstands

Relevant Information

a. Uses FSC-certified wood for the US market

b. Complies with FLEGT/EUTR for the EU

c. Foreign-owned company

d. Employs quality controllers well-versed in American, Australian, and European standards

Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Binh Doung Province, Vietnam

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Rochdale Spears

Founded in 2003, Rochdale Spears employs more than 4,000 employees and furniture specialists that provide major retailers with furniture products.

The company works with its partners through every step of the designing process, from research to development. Its employees use old and new methods to fully realize the upholstery used in the furniture.

Rochdale Spears operates and oversees several furniture factories, the newest of which was completed in 2016 and spans over 800,000 square feet. The company is adding a new 430,000-square-foot manufacturing facility, which is to be completed in 2023. This will help them meet demands and increase their manufacturing potential in addition to their output and efficiency.

Main Products

  • Sofas
  • Lamps
  • Drawer chests
  • Chairs
  • Dressing tables
  • Desks
  • Cabinets

Relevant Information

a. Foreign-owned company

b. Partners include Celebrity Cruises, Raffles Singapore, and the Ritz-Carlton

c. Provides installation assistance

d. Products take 12-16 weeks from design to delivery

e. Usage of traditional artistry includes hand-carving, églomisé, leafing, and welding

Location: Group 1, Cham Quarter, and 207 DT747A, Group 1, Tan Luong Quarter, Thanh Phuoc Ward, Tan Uyen Town, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam

Minh Duong Furniture Corp

Minh Duong Furniture Corp ranks among the largest manufacturing companies in Vietnam that manufacture and export indoor furniture. It was founded in 2002, but within a decade, it emerged as an industry leader in the local manufacturing industry. They started with only 50 employees in 2002 but now have more than 2,000 employees.

The company was started as a family business by two brothers, Mr. Duong Minh Chinh and Mr. Duong Minh Dinh. Initially, the small company manufactured furniture for the local market, but within a couple of years, they become a 100% export-oriented business. The head office is situated in Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province.

Today, it owns multiple subsidiaries and four factories, all working in the furniture manufacturing industry. Some known companies under Minh Duong Furniture Corpd are Chu Lai, Thanh Duong, Tam Binh, and Minh Duong Furniture Trading Corporation.

Main Products

  • Beds
  • Chairs
  • Desks
  • Dressers
  • Nightstands
  • Sideboards
  • Tables

Relevant Information

a. ISO 9002-8000 certified

b. ISO 9001 certified

c. FSC accredited

d. Audited by Target, Walmart, Costco

e. Top 50 Enterprises Export Wooden Furniture in Vietnam for 5 years

Location: 1B Quarter, An Phu Ward, Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam

Dewberry

Dewberry is one of the leading furniture exporters in Vietnam known for its French style and hand-made furniture. It is owned by a French company, Country Corner which was founded in 1970. The manufacturer has three factories all located in and around Ho Chi Minh City with more than 800 employees.

The company also works in partnership with the France-based Interior Group. All the furniture produced in Deberry factories in Vietnam is designed by Interior Group in France.

Dewberry manufactures almost all types of furniture products under 23 furniture categories and collections that include Romance, Rose, Perle, Heritage, and Domaine.

The minimum order quantity is five pieces for standard (ODM) products.

Main Products

  • Radiata pine
  • Spruce
  • White oak
  • MDF
  • Plywood

Relevant Information

a. FSC certified

b. Traditional 18th and 19th-century assembling techniques available

c. Hand-made finishes available

Location: St 5, Song Than 1 Industrial, Pa Di An District, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam

Woodnet

Woodnet is another major Vietnam-based furniture exporter that exports its products to 32 countries all over the world. The head office of the company is based in Ho Chi Minh City. It was founded in 2006 as a 100% exporter of furniture products.

They currently export to Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and some other Asian countries.

Woodnet is most known for its high-quality bedroom furniture, living room furniture, and dining furniture. They offer a wide range of furniture and designs, including 25 collections, and add eight new designs to their collections every day.

Their furniture collections are made of Sheesham, reclaimed pine, white oak, acacia, and other high-quality timbers. You can also find furniture designs with a combination of metal and timber finishes.

They also design furniture in vintage, industrial, and contemporary designs.

The minimum order amount is 20 pieces per item. You can also check out their huge showroom in Ho Chi Minh City.

Main Products

  • Cabinets
  • Chairs
  • Beds
  • Tables

Relevant Information

a. Designs 8-10 models every day

b. Photography studio available

c. Technicians with experience in quality assurance, quality control, and quality coordination

Location: Ground floor – SCREC II Building, No 59 Street No. 4, An Phu Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, 700000, Vietnam

Thinh Phu Furniture

Unlike the first three manufacturers on our list that manufacture indoor furniture, Thinh Phu is known for its high-quality outdoor furniture that is exported to more than a dozen countries. The factory and head office of the company is based in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province.

Thinh Phu Furniture is a subsidiary of Thinh Phu Imex., Co. Ltd. which was founded in 2014. The company’s annual revenue is between USD 1 to 2.5 million.

The wood and timber used are from both FSC and non-FSC sources, mostly acacia and eucalyptus.

The production lead time is 55 days for return customers and 60 days for new customers. The minimum order amount is 100 units per model.

Main Products

  • Sofa sets
  • Chairs
  • Tables
  • Benches
  • Sun loungers
  • Bistro sets
  • Dining sets

Relevant Information

a. Member of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI)

b. FSC certified

c. Member of the Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of Ho Chi Minh City (HAWA)

Location: 17 Le Hong Phong st., Qui Nhon city, Binh Dinh Pro., Vietnam (Factory and Showroom: Lot A11, Phu Tai Industrial Zone, Qui Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province, Vietnam)

Kaiser 1 Furniture Industry

Kaiser 1 Furniture Industry (Vietnam) Co., Ltd is also a furniture exporter that is known for its high-quality American bedroom furniture. They own a 300,000 square meters factory 60 km away from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. It was founded in 2004 and currently employs around 5000 employees.

Their factory is not only one of the largest in the country, but they also have some of the most advanced machinery compared to other factories in Asia. They also have their EMC testing room and testing lab. The testing lab also does testing for other factories according to the requirements of US-based clients to meet American standards.

With a USD 7.5 million output value a month, it is considered among the three largest American furniture manufacturers in Vietnam.

It’s also an FSC-certified company and also owns CARB formaldehyde emission standard certification. In addition, they test every product according to American standards and requirements. Their main market is North America.

Main Products

  • Bedroom furniture
  • Dining room furniture
  • Living room furniture
  • Household office furniture

Relevant Information

a. According to their website, it complies with ASTM standards

b. According to their website, it complies with California TB-117

c. According to their website, it complies with the Lacey Act

Location: D9 Street, My Phuoc Industrial Park, Thoi Hoa Ward, Ben Cat Town, Binh Duong Province, Viet Nam

ATC Craft

ATC Craft is owned by ATC Furniture Furnishings Corp, which is best known for its outdoor patio and garden furniture but also manufactures indoor furniture. It specializes in manufacturing wicker furniture. It was established in 2006 in Ho Chi Minh City and currently employs around 300 people. Almost 80% of their products are for exports.

Their furniture is made of Water Hyacinth, while the range of products they offer includes PVC and rattan furniture.

Main Products

  • Sofa sets
  • Dining sets
  • Coffee bars
  • Sunbeds
  • Hammock and swing chair
  • Wooden cabinets
  • Baskets
  • Storage cabinets
  • Garden umbrellas

Relevant Information

a. ISO 9001 certified

b. ISO 14001 certified

c. Partners include Häagen-Dazs, Hard Rock Cafe, and Highlands Coffee

Location: 28b Nguyen Van Huong, Thao Dien Ward, Thu Duc City, Ho Chi Minh City.

Saigon River Factory

Saigon River Factory is situated in Tan Uyen, Prov Binh Duong. SRF manufactures and exports quality furniture, decoration items, lighting products, and tiles. It was founded in 1998 by two foreign nationals, Hedwig Pira and Peter Arts.

They currently export their products to North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia,

Main Products

  • Indoor furniture
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tableware
  • Tiles
  • Decoration items
  • Chairs, shelves, planters

Relevant Information

a. According to the website, their lamp collection is UL/CE tested and certified

b. Saigon River Factory makes some of their home decorations out of their signature concrete, dune sand, and lava stone

Location: 0589/E Hoa Nhut, Tan Vinh Hiep, Tan Uyen – Prov Binh Duong, Vietnam

Hoang Moc Furniture

Hoang Moc Furniture is another major manufacturer and exporter of indoor furniture. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Binh Thanh ward, Ho Chi Minh City. Their two factories are located in Di An Town and Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province.

Most of their products are made of pine timber, acacia wood, and oak wood.

Other than that, you also have the option to choose from 27 different furniture collections. The average lead time per order is around 40 days.

Main Products

  • Beds
  • Dressers
  • Wine racks
  • Dining chairs
  • Coffee tables
  • TV units
  • Bookcases
  • Desks

Relevant Information

a. Bespoke services, allowing for custom-made orders, available

b. Exports furniture to Australia, Canada, Europe, the United States

c. Specializes in wooden furniture

Location: No 72C4, D1 Street, 304 Quarters, Ward 25, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Furniture Trade Shows in Vietnam

There are various local supplier directories in Vietnam. That said, Alibaba.com is still the number one directory for Vietnamese suppliers, even though Alibaba is based in China.

For Rattan furniture alone, there are 286 listed factories based in Vietnam, listed on Alibaba.com. You can also find Vietnamese furniture and homewares factories listed on Globalsources.com, a Hong Kong-based supplier directory.

That being said, there is a better way to find Vietnamese manufacturers. There are several furniture and home products trade shows in Vietnam, including the Vietnam International Furniture & Home Accessories Expo (VIFA Exp) and VietnamWood.

Both trade shows are held yearly in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC).

Further, most nationalities don’t need to apply for visas before arriving in Vietnam, which makes the country very accessible.

VIFA Expo (Vietnam)

Vietnam International Furniture & Home Accessories Expo, also known as VIFA Expo, will take place in March in Ho Chi Minh City.

It is not as large as some other furniture exhibitions in Mainland China and Hong Kong, but it attracts around 10,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibitors, mostly from Vietnam. In total, exhibitors from 14 countries are expected to attend the fair.

Vietnam also offers visa-free entry to almost all European countries, including the UK, but you need a visa if you’re traveling from North America or Australia. In total, Vietnam offers visa-free entry to the citizens of 24 countries.

You can also explore a lot of furniture categories at this event that includes:

  • Furniture & wood materials
  • Handicrafts
  • Home decor

The event takes place once a year.

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC), 799 Nguyen Van Linh St., Tan Phu W., Dist. 7, HCMC

VietnamWood

VietnamWood exhibition will take place in September 2019 in Ho Chi Minh City. The event takes place once every two years.

In 2017, around 380 exhibitors attended the event, 79% of whom were from other countries. The event was also attended by more than 11,000 visitors.

You can mostly explore woodworking equipment in this exhibition that includes furniture manufacturing equipment, woodworking materials & consumables, tools, and other similar products.

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC), 799 Nguyen Van Linh Parkway, Tan Phu Ward, Dist.7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Can I buy from furniture wholesalers?

There are many furniture wholesalers, that can sell ‘ready-made’ products directly from the warehouse. However, many furniture wholesalers sell products made for the domestic market in Vietnam.

Such products may not comply with fire safety regulations, which prohibit you from importing them.

Further, many wholesalers are not familiar with exporting furniture overseas, which can make the process slow and complicated.

For most importers, it makes more sense to go directly to export-oriented factories, rather than local wholesalers or stores.

Are Vietnamese suppliers cheaper than those in other countries?

Vietnam is a low-cost country, but so are practically all countries in the region.

However, compared to their competitors in Thailand and China, Vietnamese furniture suppliers tend to be cheaper.

That said, don’t expect to cut 50% compared to what you’d pay in other countries. At best, a Vietnamese supplier can quote a price that’s 10 to 15% lower than those in China or Thailand.

How the process works

Below follows a brief overview of the entire procurement process.

1. Custom design or factory-designed furniture?

Do you intend to import custom-designed or standard furniture? Buying a custom-designed product is far more complicated, as you must provide the following:

  • Design drawing
  • Bill of materials
  • Material specification

You can’t expect the factory to develop your products for you.

In addition, some factories also require a larger order volume when buying custom-designed furniture.

For example, some Vietnamese furniture factories only have a 5 pcs MOQ for standard designs, while they require at least 50 pcs for custom designs.

For most importers, it makes more sense to go for a factory-designed product.

2. Fly to Vietnam and visit factories

Importing furniture samples will cost you a lot more, compared to flying over to Vietnam and visiting the suppliers.

Furniture manufacturers always have showrooms, where you can take a close look at their different factory designs.

Some of these suppliers even have their showrooms in Ho Chi Minh City, while the factory is on the outskirts.

As I already mentioned, most nationalities don’t need a visa to enter.

You can get a visa exemption stamp, valid for 2 weeks, or apply for a longer visa (3, 6, or 12 months) at the airport.

3. Can they ensure product compliance?

Planning to import furniture to the United States or the European Union? Then you may need to ensure compliance with various chemical regulations, and fire safety standards.

My impression is that Vietnamese suppliers, especially those who have western management, tend to have a good understanding of these regulations.

But far from all suppliers do.

Check existing test reports to ensure that the supplier is capable of manufacturing ‘compliant furniture’.

You should request these documents before you visit the supplier. You don’t want to waste your time on suppliers that can’t make compliant goods.

4. Negotiate order terms and prices

You should request quotations and negotiate prices while you are in the factory.

Vietnamese suppliers are used to pricing negotiations and are not offended if you try to haggle.

As long as you are polite, and can present a strong case for a price reduction, you can cut down as much as 8 to 10%.

However, don’t try to negotiate too hard, or the supplier may give in, but use cheap and substandard materials instead.

5. Place a test order

You can select factory-designed furniture directly from their showrooms, and prepare a sample order of 5 to 10 units.

Even if you buy a factory-designed product, you must still confirm the following:

  • Design drawings
  • Material (i.e., wood types)
  • Bill of materials
  • Paints and coatings
  • Product regulations (i.e., REACH)

You need a complete spec sheet to avoid misunderstandings.

Order terms should also be negotiated and confirmed on the spot:

  • Payment terms (30% Deposit, 70% Balance is standard)
  • Shipping terms (i.e, FCA Ho Chi Minh City)
  • Quality check terms
  • Export packaging
  • Bank account details
  • Production time
  • Late delivery clause

All terms shall be specified in a sales contract, that is to be signed and stamped by the supplier.

Just like in China, Vietnamese companies use red company seals to sign contracts.

6. Quality Inspections

The production time in most factories is around 40 to 50 days. You can, of course, decide to stay around in the country and inspect the products yourself.

However, most importers work with local quality inspection companies, that go to the factory to check the furniture before shipment.

They can check the following:

  • Dimensions
  • Design (take photos)
  • Fire safety tests
  • Scratch tests
  • Visual inspection (scratches, dust, and damages)
  • Export packaging

There are many inspection companies present in Vietnam, especially in and around Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Expect to pay around US$400 for a 1-day inspection, including transportation costs.

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  • 37 Responses to “List of Furniture Manufacturers in Vietnam: 10 Leading Factories

    1. Goran at 12:47 pm

      Hello, I have online furniture/home improvements store and I’m looking to import from Vietnam, can you ship the items directly to the US costumers ?

    2. Trung at 3:47 pm

      Hi, I’m Trung, Sale Executive from Phan Le Furniture Factory. We’re specialize in wooden furniture. Located on the area of over 15,000m2, Phan Le Furniture Factory is equipped with up-to-date production line and the capacity of the factory can reach over 1 Million US Dollars per month.

    3. Jon Tagg at 6:40 pm

      Hi
      are you aware of workers pay and conditions please

    4. Nirmit at 11:56 pm

      Hello
      I want to know where is furniture market in vietnam

      I want to visit there

      1. phu at 3:18 pm

        Hi Nirmit

        We are from a furniture manufacturing company in Vietnam, We specialize in producing furniture items of oak, pine, Acacia, MDF, Plywood…

        Currently we are exporting furniture products to Canada, Newzeland, Ireland and USA markets,

      2. Xenia at 9:37 am

        there is no furniture market in Vietnam. There are EXPOs from time to time, and showrooms all around Vietnam, which can be found in very remote locations and even in the areas with slums. Streets devoted to cell furniture. Many showrooms are almost empty or are a small reception desk only. You will be offered to tell what you want and then they send you some material in Viet or, if lucky, some English (then question the origin of the product). Vietnam ID (I am as well) designers use imported goods in Vietnam at most, as the local factories cannot produce yet the needed quality but already put the price tag same as those from Malaysia, for example, of a higher range. Example. You buy from overseas to Vietnam and get the office chair with coating and eco spec, net fabric is good and tight. If you buy similar copy-paste model made in Vietnam it will be just aluminum or chromium without coating (rusts in a few months already, inaccurate stiches, glue etc, not long lasting mechanism (lots of office chairs are broken during the first 1-2 years of exploitation, no matter what price you paid), different plastic and a lack of details and perfect touch. Warranty is usually up to 2 years in comparison to overseas, which are from 3 years so far. So, this costs a bit cheaper than imported or even similar, or even higher. What Vietnam can do, but very rare small skilled studios – iron furniture. You cannot use it frequently and it’s up to design and taste, but such ascetic furniture has been on demand some time and was quite pricy for just weld-and-bend! To my opinion that style brings postapo effect and can be applied rarely. Cambodia was exporting such items from Vietnam for minimalistic cafes. If you go and visit factories and showrooms, you will see similar products, and same materials ((same chromium, same plastic back, etc same MFC quality and spec, same MDF sponge style inner construction etc). The source of materials is the same. Means, no diversity so far, no many options on quality. Regarding the price – furniture is much cheaper in Russia, Germany, Spain etc, even imported to that countries. The quality is more solid. By the way, China produces high quality and standardized products. Lots of customers order from China when do ID in Vietnam, and that is not cheap alibaba source, that’re serious factories with experience. Whole cities in China are devoted to one production topic. A city of carpets, a city of porcelain etc. and one advice, if you are trying to make business in Vietnam, and you never used to live in this country – don’t waste your time and money. You need to live for several years and boil in Vietnamese culture to have at least some first understanding how to manage your business. Many companies of expats shut down during first 2 years, around 60% during the first.

    5. Mike Book at 4:25 pm

      wanting to import from Vietnam ,I’m currently buying from a company called Poundex.com. they import a product that I’m wanting to import . I need to find that Factory in Vietnam ,

      1. Giang Le at 11:43 am

        Hello Mike,
        I am from Manufacture in Vietnam. We are producing upholstery furniture such as : sofa, dining chair,bed ..and and wooden dining chair,coffee table.

      2. Julia at 2:23 pm

        Dear Mike,
        Please send us email via yentk@bhfurniture.com.vn, we would like to have send our company profile for your ref.
        Best regards.

      3. Xenia at 9:49 am

        factories in Vietnam have managers, therefore you will find a dozen of different companies who tell that they are the factory and have same web content as others related to the same manufacturer. However, you hardly can reach the factory directly to order directly via director’s board anything. Most of the directors at pure local factories do not deal, cannot and do not want to do sales directly, but also many factories are in a rental system pack, means several managing companies stick to the factory under renting or partnership agreements, where factory has its own designer’s team and workers. They just produce and produce and produce, mostly same items, custom can be for local clients upon negotiating in local business environment. So, the managers can even brin you to the factory and say that the place is theirs what is technically not. The price tag will be individual. For your white face you may get extra top-up and if you start negotiating, they will just ignore you. Because the local market is full of orders today, and as the furniture breaks fast, the orders are non-stop. Locals got used to replace things in 2 years or so. Plus, many offices appear and disappear fast, many apartments are sold-resold fast etc. Most long-lasting items – are customized in-built furniture, which you cannot export, of course. To find factory, check it and make a proper choice is almost impossible. You have to come, live here and make stable research by yourself to have a final understanding if you can make this business, if you want, if you will.

    6. Mike Book at 4:04 pm

      wanting to import from Vietnam

    7. Sanjay Jain at 4:56 am

      We are looking for high end furniture manufacturers from Vietnam. We are mainly dealing with home, office, school and hotel furniture.

      1. Ely Abella at 10:53 am

        Hi Sanjay,

        Let’s discuss . My email add: kidabells@gmail.com.

        Kind regards,
        Ely

      2. Thuy at 4:36 pm

        Hi Sanjay Jain ,
        I’m Thuy, Sale Executive from Thanh Duong Furniture Factory. We are specialize in wood-based indoor furniture. Located on the area of over 30,000m2, Thanh Duong Furniture Factory is equipped with up-to-date production line and the capacity of the factory can reach over 1 Million US Dollars per month.
        Please contact me, I will send you our profile.

    8. Pham Duc Toan at 5:33 am

      Hi all,

      We have many year to made furniture ( out door, in door, home décor, hospitality , decoration …) and now we have a new factory nearly Cu Chi – Ho Chi Minh- Vietnam. We want looking for more customer- client for new factory.

      Remark: We have a lot experience on Solid wood, MDF+ veneer, Metal( steel, stainless steel, aluminum , brass), PLywood, Laminate, Melamne , antiqued mirror , antiqued metal ..
      We are looking forward to hearing from your feedback soonly

      1. Thuan at 5:20 pm

        Hello Fred,

        Thanks for your sharing. I am looking some best sofas furniture company/manufacturers in Vietnam from outside Vietnam. I worked as Manager at AZ VIETNAM (https://sofaz.vn/), we have worked so far in Handmade Sofa furniture especially Neoclassical Sofas. I wonder why not export the goods to EU or USA or another ones via logistics like you. We are looking for a partner for this. It is very pleased to connect to your network.

        Thanks,

      2. Danny Laney at 8:54 pm

        Would you send me some information on products and pricing. Thanks

      3. Sarah Li at 7:12 am

        Hi Pham Due Toan,

        We are currently looking for big manufacturing factories to make office furniture in Vietnam and export to the United States. We need an experienced factory specializes in home office furniture, We need someone who is capable to mass produce multiple containers on monthly basis. I hope you can help with some pointers in Vietnam’s.

        1. Xenia at 9:56 am

          Vietnam sources from Malaysian, China and even Thai, US with factories in India and companies worldwide operating via Singapore, means, high quality and mass furniture you’d better search in, let’s say, Malaysia. Same price tag, more experience, better choice and quality of work and materials. Vietnamese furniture serves local market with lower expectations. Vietnam has Italian factories which produce only for EU and ship to EU, means brands do have factories with quality in Vietnam, but they do have factories only for their brands and their production, with their own plans. Go for China, just skip cheap sources and find serious factories, which are there in quantities. Inner China is not that low and cheap, products for mid class of Chinese nationals are produced under strict control and quality, like Hongkong has Made in China, but as a stamp of the exceptional quality.

          1. Fredrik Gronkvist at 7:09 pm

            “but they do have factories only for their brands and their production, with their own plans”

            Yes, this is very true. Many high-end manufacturers in Vietnam are brand owned and do not accept orders from other brands.

      4. Mr Quang at 3:44 pm

        May I ask do u manufacture some kinds of outdoor easy-folding sports furniture, such as camping cot or folding chairs. It’s better if u have experiences in producing garden furniture. All the products I want mostly made by stainless steel,if u are interested in what I said,pls contact with me ASAP.

      5. IGF furniture at 4:05 am

        can i know more about your products and your manufacturing plant

    9. Felicity at 2:12 pm

      Hi Fred,

      Thanks for sharing. As far a I know many VN furniture manufactures are using solid wood. I’m looking for manufacture in VN who can produce plywood furniture. Do you have any resources? Much appreciate!

      1. Saad at 12:44 pm

        yesa lot. plywood is being used too ti making bent wood furniture.

      2. Michael at 12:08 pm

        Dear Felicity,

        We are from Viet Thai Duong Co.,Ltd (VISUN Sofa Factory) from Viet Nam in field of manufacturing furnitures like: sofas, cushions, pillows, parasols, recliners.

        If possible, we hope that we would like to become the supplier of furnishings such as: sofas, recliners, pillows, cushions… for your demand

        We are looking forward to hearing from your feedback soonly
        Thanks & best regards,

    10. Sinduja Prabhu at 12:05 am

      Hai I am looking for a best brand of home Furnitures manufactures for my retail outlet in India.

    11. kevin at 10:26 am

      hello dear i am kevin i am very glad to find your page which shows me so many furniture factories ..actually i am a plywood supplier from China , we a ranked top 10 in the plywood filed in China , so if you have enough resourses of furniture factories , we ,maybe, can cooperate to develop this market . it is absolutely a huge marketing ….if you support me the list of all factories as long as the order is placed i will give soe rebates ..

    12. Duong Nguyen at 3:54 pm

      Hi Fredrik,

      I am a handicraft, wickerwork manufacturer from Vietnam, Can I have some more information about the way we could cooperate. Thank you.

      1. Fredrik Gronkvist at 5:01 pm

        Hi Duong,

        Please contact us here: https://www.chinaimportal.com/contact-us/

        I would like to learn more about your business

      2. Mathew Mathew at 4:25 am

        Is there any possibility of shipping furniture
        profiles to do the final assembly or fabrication
        here to minimize the shipping costs? Will greatly appreciate your feed back.
        Thank you.

    13. Paresh Thakkar at 3:15 pm

      Hello Fredrik
      This is Paresh Thakkar from india…we are coming to Hanoi on 5th of July….we are 12 people ..and we are all into furniture business, we would like to visit the Best furniture manufacturing units ….
      can you help us for the visits and import for furniture…

    14. Shahid khan at 7:11 pm

      Hello sir if you make small wood decorative article like elephant, river tiger etc please mail me with the picture I can visit you your factory if you email me or what’s up pictures of small wood article

      1. Fredrik Gronkvist at 8:01 pm

        Hi Shahid,

        You should probably look for a wooden craft supplier in that case, rather than a furniture manufacturer.

    15. Ann at 11:11 am

      Hi there, do u supply to Singapore vendor ?

      1. Fredrik Gronkvist at 11:08 am

        Hi Ann,

        Yes, we have many customers in Singapore.

    16. melissa at 1:08 pm

      Hi,

      Can you tell me more about custom design furniture and which are the best factories specifically for that?

      Many thanks!
      Melissa

    17. Vietnam Furniture Manufacturer at 8:02 am

      Thanks for your sharing !! Besides water hyacinth, we also use PE rattan for our products

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