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Arburg opens new Branch in Vietnam

In July this year, Arburg, a leading provider of plastics processing solutions, further expanded its global presence with the opening of a new branch in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. This expansion aims to bring the company’s products and services even closer to customers in Vietnam and to strengthen its market presence in the ASEAN region.

Arburg already has its own organizations in 26 countries and has established an extensive network with trading partners in over 100 countries. The opening of the Vietnamese subsidiary is an important step in the company’s strategy to fulfill the brand promise “We are here” and to ensure customer proximity and quick availability of technical expertise.

David Chan, Managing Director ASEAN, says: “Vietnam, with its strategic location in the ASEAN region, is an important location for the further growth of our company. This move will allow us to further expand our already strong presence in the ASEAN markets. The plastics industry is constantly changing. With our new presence in Vietnam, we can fully meet the needs of a rapidly developing market. We can adapt to local demand and serve customers directly with innovative solutions and quality products from the Arburg portfolio.”

The new subsidiary in Vietnam is not only a sign of the expansion of Arburg’s business activities, but also a contribution to a more sustainable future in plastics manufacturing in the region. The local team consists of sales and service staff who have both in-depth knowledge of Arburg technology and a comprehensive understanding of the local market. This branch is closely networked with other Asian locations and the Arburg Technology Factory (ATF) in Pinghu. With a comprehensive range of services and advanced plastics technology, Arburg positions itself as a trusted partner for customized processing solutions tailored to the needs of the Vietnamese market.


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