Latitude Tree opens third Vietnam factory

Russell, Thomas
May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/28/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p78
Trade Publication
The article reports that Malaysian case goods producer Latitude Tree has opened a factory in Ben Cat, Vietnam. The factory is the firm's third facility in Vietnam. The factory will ship about 400 containers per month of bedroom, dining room, occasional, youth and home entertainment and kitchen furniture.


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