In 2021, Vietnam has become the world's second largest exporter of timber and wooden products. Furniture made in Vietnam is now exported to over 140 countries and regions, of which the staple markets are US, EU, Canada, Australia, China and Japan.
The rich in traditional arts and crafts together with adequate labour force of craftman & skillful workers
Large capacity to supply major buyers in volume, as well as flexibility that can respond to smaller specialized buyers
The increasing awareness about environmental sustainability and social responsibility of Vietnam manufacturers
Rapid approach and continuous innovation in technology and production
Government strongly encourages reforestation efforts, also ensuring stable political conditions for furniture manufacturing and exporting
Vietnam's most outstanding furniture & handicraft companies, accredited and curated by Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Permanently ready for your sourcing.
Living Ikon Home specializes in timber indoor Furniture featuring numerous Timbers and Veneers, including Ash, Oak, Acacia, Eucalyptus, Teak, Walnut, Pine, Blackwood and Mountain Ash. These timbers are both imported and locally sourced from managed sources. In addition to Timber and Veneers, Living...
ld Modern Handicrafts has been a leader in manufacturing and worldwide exporting high quality handcrafted wooden products since 1999. We specialize in ship models, real canoes, kayaks and other nautical decorative items, gifts & furniture. Our products have been trusted by global clients in the US, all...
Thousands of high quality, functioning and good designed products are continuously updated. Just click & explore all the best of "Made in Vietnam"!
HOPE creates a direct gateway connecting buyers with Vietnam prestige suppliers. All the companies on the platform are accredited by HAWA, this is a major difference between HOPE and other trade platform
With the aggressive growth of the company, we are actually looking for the products for children and other furniture categories, and we want to have more business partners here in Vietnam
Despite the decrease during Q3, the export turnover of Vietnam timber and wood products in the first 9 months reached US$11.14 billion, up by 30.9% year over year. The industry’s experts estimate the turnover will be approximate US$1 billion each month for Q4, 2021.