Belgian logistics companies, especially those from the Flanders region, have been active in the Vietnamese market. Wouter Vanhees, trade and investment counsellor of Flanders Investment and Trade in Vietnam, spoke with VIR’s Thanh Van about the interest of Belgian companies in Vietnam’s logistics market. Wouter Vanhees, trade and investment counsellor of Flanders Investment and Trade in Vietnam What are some of the factors that make Vietnam attractive to Belgian logistics companies, especially those from the Flanders region? Vietnam is a country with rapid economic growth. A large part of that growth is fuelled by international trade, mostly exports from Vietnam to many different global markets, including Europe. Belgian companies in many different business sectors recognise Vietnam as a growth market, and are increasingly interested to tap into the business opportunities it offers. This also includes companies in the logistics sector. At the end of the day, all the products and goods that are manufactured in Vietnam need to be transported and distributed to global customers. Many logistics companies offer their services to Vietnamese manufacturers that are looking for European partners to support the distribution and delivery of their products. Other logistics companies from Flanders have already invested in Vietnam… Read full this story
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