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Export of Viet Pan Pacific bounces 200%
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Jan '08
Viet Pan Pacific International Company recently reported that it has earned US $31.2 million from exports of apparel products in 2007, representing a year–on-year growth of 200 percent. This represented highest revenue fetched by the company, since its inception in Vietnam.

Viet Pan Pacific, a joint venture of Korea based company Pan Pacific, has been operating at Northern Province of Bac Giang for 5 years to produce high quality apparel products for exports. It comprises of 18 production lines for ladies' suits and 1 production line for socks. The company enjoys a huge export market in North America and Europe.

By the end of last year, Viet Pan Pacific became the biggest enterprises of Bac Giang Province in terms of exports and heading all other enterprises in improving quality products and investment.

Sung Min Chu, Director, Viet Pan Pacific Garment, said that the company believes in investing for expansion of production lines with modern technologies and equipments, for workers' training as well as following well regulations in Social responsibilities for the employees. These act as key factors for better development and helps in accelerating exports revenue of the province.

Developing high value products and satisfying demands of customers, the Viet Pan Pacific has recently won trust of many foreign clients in US, EU, Japan, China and Russia, including TARGET, COLOUMBIA and GAP.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - Vietnam

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