Two Vietnamese firms win big tea contract with Malaysian partner

November, 22/2021 - 06:26
As the second biggest exporter in Malaysia, only after Indonesia, Việt Nam holds a lot of potential, he said, suggesting Việt Nam optimise fairs and exhibitions to explore tea demand of local customers, going deeper into the Malaysian market.

 

Nam Sơn Co and Asia Tea are among the biggest companies specialising in tea production, processing and export in Việt Nam. — Photo vietnamplus.vn

KUALA LUMPUR Nam Sơn Co and Asia Tea of Việt Nam will supply tea to Kong Wooi Fong Tea Merchants Sdn Bhd based in Malaysia under a contract worth up to US$2 million.

The contract was signed by Vietnamese Trade Counsellor in Malaysia Phạm Quốc Anh and Liew Choon Kong, Director of Kong Wooi Fong, within the framework of the Selangor International Business Summit 2021 (SIBS 2021) last week.

Nam Sơn Co and Asia Tea are among the biggest companies specialising in tea production, processing and export in Việt Nam.

In an interview granted to the Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s correspondents, Liew Choon Kong expressed his satisfaction with Vietnamese partners, and highly valued Vietnamese tea products, especially black tea.

As the second biggest exporter in Malaysia, only after Indonesia, Việt Nam holds a lot of potential, he said, suggesting Việt Nam optimise fairs and exhibitions to explore tea demand of local customers, going deeper into the Malaysian market.

Quốc Anh said Vietnamese food and beverage firms need to secure Halal certificates to enter the market.

SIBS 2021 which wraps up on Sunday, featuring more than 2,000 booths from 10 countries and territories. — VNS

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