Enterprises strive to resume export orders

Enterprises strive to resume export orders

Despite the complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, the export turnover of Vietnam still achieved positive results of US$27 billion in September, down 0.8 percent compared to the previous month and 0.6 percent year-on-year. As soon as Ho Chi Minh City gradually reopens, many enterprises accelerate export activities.
Enterprises flexibly maintain production to retain partners

Enterprises flexibly maintain production to retain partners

Eighteen percent of orders of European enterprises have moved out of Vietnam. Previously, many large FDI enterprises of Japan and South Korea had also informed Vietnamese enterprises producing supporting industrial products about moving some orders to neighboring countries. To avoid the risk of disruption in the domestic supply chain, Vietnamese enterprises have applied many solutions to maintain production.
Many export orders await Vietnamese enterprises

Many export orders await Vietnamese enterprises

According to the Trade Promotion Agency under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), many orders from foreign enterprises have been sent to domestic exporters. However, the disruption of circulation, especially the circulation of goods at seaports, along with the reduction in production capacity of enterprises has caused many domestic enterprises to hesitate to receive orders.
Optimistic signals for garment, textile industry

Optimistic signals for garment, textile industry

Although the developments of the Covid-19 pandemic remain complicated and unpredictable all over the world, the garment and textile industry still receives good news when orders have become plentiful again, enough for domestic enterprises to produce from now until the end of the year.
Garment orders continue to fall sharply

Garment orders continue to fall sharply

The Ho Chi Minh City Textile and Garment - Embroidery Association said that the number of orders of garment enterprises in the city has continuously declined, merely equal to 40 percent compared to the same period last year.