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Phuong Dong Garment Joint Stock Company was formerly known as Phuong Dong Garment Factory established in December 31, 1988.

In April 29, 1993

Phuong Dong Garment Factory renamed Phuong Dong Garment Company and became an independent account institution that belonging to Vietnam Garment Textile Corporation with its primary functions of manufacture, trade and direct import of export garments.

In March, 2005

Phuong Dong Garment Company renamed Phuong Dong Garment Joint Stock Company (the Company) under Decision no. 135/2004QD-BCN dated November 16, 2004 issued by Ministry of Industry. Phuong Dong has been increasing its intensive investments aiming to enhance its product quality and production capacity while focusing on developing quality management standards and policies i.e. ISO 9001-2000, SA 8000, WRAP, ECO...

In 2011 Until now

The Company has currently owned a large manufacture scale including 5 factories in Ho Chi Minh City. With the labor forces of nearly 3,500; annual production capacity of over 10 million products; Phuong Dong Garment Joint Stock Company is the typically representative enterprise for the Vietnam Garment Industry and the Company is also considered as the most highly competitive company in Vietnam.

Given its extensive efforts, the Company has achieved the significant success in its manufacturing and trading activities and upheld its prestige on the garment market.

The Company is now one of five highest turnover companies in Vietnam Garment Textile Corporation for domestic market. The Company is the leading local garment company for domestic & export markets with its primary functions:

  • Processing high quality export garments for international famous brand names.
  • Producing private brand name garments for wholesalers' orders (such as supermarket system, retailers) with good quality and reasonable price.
  • Designing, producing and trading in garment fashions leverared by its multi-brand name strategy to serve different target segments from popularity to high classes.
  • Importing various accessories for the garment industry to serve its in-house manufacturing demands and demands of other companies in the industry.