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Việt Nam’s woodworking industry can expand exports but to expand market share and increase value, it needs to keep pace with market trends and capitalise on opportunities, experts have said.
Vietnam’s wood and wooden product industry has prematurely achieved its export target set for 2020, as the sector ranked among the top ten areas that generated the highest export revenue for the country in 2017, according to statistics announced this week.
Vietnamese enterprises, regardless of size, should use enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to optimise their resources and improve their efficiency, heard a seminar organised by the Handicraft and Wood Industry Association of HCM City on January 9.
Homes with an upper level or a lower level would utilize staircases. A staircase connects different levels of a house through a series of a flight of steps. These are made in different materials but have the same functions. But some opt to add storage areas in the staircases either over or under the stairs.
With robust growth in the wood processing industry in 2017, Vietnam is looking forward to getting a turnover of US$8 billion from exports of wooden furniture in 2018.
Buying vintage furniture is a smart strategy to get good-quality furniture for less. You add originality and cool appeal to your house in the bargain. Even if a vintage piece was mass-produced, by the time it's vintage, it's unusual. On top of that, you get "friend of the environment" points -- bringing vintage furniture and accessories into your house is an earth-friendly act. It is a little different from your usual garage sale or thrift store shopping because you are not looking for just any used furniture, but furniture from a specific era. To qualify as real vintage furniture, it should be at least 30 to 40 years old.
Valuable wood that could be used by local carpenters is being shipped overseas.
Domestic enterprises have dominated Vietnam’s wooden furniture market in recent years with annual revenue of US$2 billion, said Huynh Van Hanh, vice chairman of the HCMC Handicraft and Wood Industry Association (HAWA).
Vietnam Timber and Forest Products Association general secretary Nguyen Ton Quyen said exports to major markets such as the US, Japan and the European Union will continue to increase and achieve growth rates of 10 per cent, 15 per cent and 18 per cent respectively.