Thien Long Group has completed two big projects, the Thien Long Long Thanh factory and a distribution center in HCMC’s Binh Chanh District.
Thien Long Group, one of Vietnam’s leading stationery groups, on Nov. 13 put into operation Thien Long Long Thanh Factory in Dong Nai Province. The new factory named B2 is part of the Thien Long Long Thanh factory complex operated by Thien Long Long Thanh company under the Thien Long Group.
Thien Long Group launches Thien Long Long Thanh Factory in Dong Nai Province on November 13, 2022. Photo by Thien Long
Work on the B2 factory project started in March 2022. The factory will be fully put into operation in December. The five-story factory covers 10,000 square meters and features a floor load of more than 1,000 kilograms per square meter. It required a total investment of around VND230 billion.
Nguyen Dinh Tam, member of Board of Directors of Thien Long Group, Chairman of Thien Long Long Thanh company, speaks at the launching ceremony. Photo by Thien Long
Once the B2 factory is completed, the Thien Long Long Thanh factory complex has a total area of 28,450 square meters. The new plant and the current Nam Thien Long factory covering 15,750 square meters in Tan Tao Industrial Park in HCMC will help increase the group’s production capacity, meet the market demand and contribute to the growth of Thien Long.
The new factory also helps further diversify the products of Thien Long. The B2 factory can produce about 739 million products each year, including stationery, glue, art tools, and STEAM & DIY products, to serve markets at home and abroad.
The Thien Long Long Thanh factory complex. Photo by Thien Long
The B2 factory adopts energy-saving technologies. Integrative management systems are also applied to the factory, such as the ISO 9001-2018, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) System in the International Council of Toy Industries (ICTC), the SA8000 CSR management system, and the SAP HANA/S4 integrative management system that helps optimize costs.
In mid-October, Thien Long Group had started running a distribution center in Le Minh Xuan 3 Industrial Park in HCMC’s Binh Chanh District. Work on the five-story project began in December 2021. It covers a total area of 14,000 square meters.
The new Thien Long distribution center can store 14,000 tons of products. Photo by Thien Long
The distribution center not only plays the role of a warehouse but also distributes products and offers other services to distributors and customers quickly.
The distribution center can store 14,000 tons of products for 1,000 e-commerce orders in each shift. It is managed through Warehouse Management (WHM) and SAP applications to optimize management ability and reduce operation costs. The center is an important link to raising the power of the group’s distribution system, optimizing the logistics chain, and delivering products to customers faster.
With the two big projects worth tens of millions of dollars, Thien Long Group further raises its competitiveness and is ready for the future of becoming a billion-dollar enterprise, better serving Vietnamese.
Thien Long Group owns Nam Thien Long Factory in Tan Tao Industrial Park in HCMC and Thien Long Long Thanh Factory in Dong Nai Province which are well equipped with state-of-the-art equipment.
Thien Long focuses on creating machinery and molds by itself to reduce products’ prices and improve production capacity. The group reached an automatic rate of 78% in 2021.
Thien Long manages a distribution system comprising 55,000 selling points nationwide. The group optimizes its GT channel and strengthens its MT channel, and develops direct selling points in schools, business-to-business (B2B), and e-commerce channels. Thien Long Group is expanding its export market and is available in 67 nations.
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