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Dongwha begins construction of MDF manufacturing plant in Hanoi

24-04-2020
Dongwha Enterprise, South Korea, new production plant, Thai Nguyen province, Hanoi, Northern Vietnam, MDF, laminate flooring

Korea's leading wood materials manufacturer Dongwha Enterprise has begun construction of its production facility in Hanoi, Vietnam. Located in Thai Nguyen province near Hanoi, the plant will manufacture mainly laminate flooring and medium-density fiberboard (MDF) used in furniture. Dongwha Enterprise held a ground-breaking ceremony for its new …

Editor’s pickWoodsland: Achieving Excellence through Stability

12-02-2020
Woodsland Joint Stock Company, Bϋrkle, Hanoi, plant, factory, wood processing, furniture manufacturing, Bϋrkle Roller Coater UV Finishing Line,

Vu Hai Bang, owner and chairman of Woodsland Joint Stock Company Woodsland Joint Stock Company may be a company with a yearly turnover of US$70 million and 3000 workers, but its owner, Vu Hai Bang, cuts a humble fi gure. PFA had the chance to visit the biggest of his five factories based in Hanoi; the four others are located nearby in the same …

Editor’s pickDongwha/Vietnam orders 47 m long Siempelkamp MDF press again

18-10-2019
Siempelkamp, Dongwha, Vietnam Rubber Group, MDF press, MDF plant, Vietnam, Hanoi, Acacia, ContiRoll Gerenation 9 NEO

Dongwha, Asia's largest producer of engineered wood from Korea, is securing the "longest MDF press in Asia" for the second time with another 8' x 47.1 m press. The new, third Siempelkamp plant ordered by the company is designed for processing the demanding raw material acacia. Already in 2010 and 2015, the company VRG Dongwha, a joint venture of …

Editor’s pickFSC connects suppliers and buyers at inaugural APAC meeting

16-11-2017
FSC, Hanoi, Vietnam, Asia Pacific

“Diversifying your FSC Supply: Connecting Suppliers and Buyers”, the first FSC Asia Pacific regional business forum held at Sheraton Hanoi Hotel, Vietnam, on 8 November 2017. The demand for sourcing forestry products responsibly from the Asia Pacific region has increased exponentially. To bridge the gap between sourcing and supplying …

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