Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018


In Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018, buyers can find:

Supplier listings – 100 suppliers offering various types of tableware

Products – Full-color images with specifications and prices

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Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Sector highlights

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  • A large workforce, relatively low labor costs and the domestic availability of various raw materials are among the factors enabling the industry to offer a wide selection.

  • Suppliers consider rising raw material and labor costs as the main challenge facing the industry.

  • Vietnam’s tableware industry is boosted by its large pool of skilled artisans, low labor cost and domestic availability of various materials.
  • Statistics from DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database, show that Vietnam exported over $323.5 million worth of various tableware and kitchenware in 2016.

  • Of this value, 18 percent came from ceramic, porcelain and wooden models.

  • Interviewed suppliers expect overseas sales to increase at least 10 percent in coming months.
  • Bamboo and acacia wood are among common options for dinnerware and serveware.

  • Suppliers are offering more models made of water hyacinth, bamboo and other materials that are considered sustainable.

  • Mixed-media designs using eco-friendly materials remain on trend.

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Suppliers & products

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Suppliers & products

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018

• Dinnerware • Drinkware • Flatware • Serveware • Tabletop accessories

Our team has curated a collection of top-selling products from tableware suppliers across Vietnam.

A number of these suppliers have websites on with full company details, product images with specifications, manufacturing capability and complete contact information. Click on the company names or product images to view their full profiles and product offerings on


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Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Supplier database

This is a database of 100 unverified Vietnam tableware suppliers gathered by our consultants from various online sources.

#Company nameContact personOffice addressContact numberCompany websiteEmailYear establishedProduct categories offered
1ANC Supplier Co. LtdGiang NguyenNo. 1107, B11A Nam Trung Yen Urban Area, Trung Hoa Ward, Cau Giay Dis, Hanoi,[email protected]2005Dinnerware, serveware
2Ancient Impress Co. LtdPhong Huyhn49 Cao Thang Street, Dist. 3, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-727-1512  2005Dinnerware, drinkware
3An Do Co. LtdChung NguyenNo. 148, Giang Cao Street, Bat Trang Commune, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi,[email protected]
 Drinkware, dinnerware, serveware
4Anh Duy Tourist And Trading Limited CompanyHuyen LeGiai Phong Street, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24 868-9558  2000Dinnerware, drinkware
5Anh Quoc Co. LtdTri Nguyen12-CH04 Thai An Apartment, Highway 1A, Dist. 12, Ho Chi Minh, 2009Dinnerware
6Anh Tuan Trading Development Production Co. LtdTuan Nguyen38 Giang Cao Street, Bat Trang, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi,[email protected] Drinkware, dinnerware, serveware
7AP Handicraft Co. LtdHa NgoAi Mo Hamlet, Bo De, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-2105-438
 [email protected]1993Dinnerware, drinkware
8Artex Anxa Co. LtdNam DangLot 81, Anxa Industrial Park, D2, Street, Nam Dinh, Vietnam
84-350-3672-696[email protected]2013Dinnerware, Flatware, serveware
9 Artex Nam An JSC
Michael NguyenRm507, CT2 Building, Me Tri Thuong Urban Area, Tu Liem Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6327-4333[email protected]2013Serveware, dinnerware , dinnerware, flatware
10Asia Carfts & Funiture Co, LtdTrang Thu De La Thanh Street, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-5737-897   Dinnerware, drinkware
11Asia Lacquerware Co. 30 Truong Quyen Street, Ward 6, Dist. 3, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28 3829-4596 [email protected]1989Dinnerware, serveware
12Au Lac Ceramic Pottery PTEHai NgoRoad No.9, Lot 01, Song Than Industrial Zone, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650-3742-374 [email protected] Drinkware, dinnerware, serveware
13Au Lac Designs Ltd.Hostetler Thaddeus18 Lane 61, Lac Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24[email protected] Dinnerware, serveware
14Au Lac Handicraft & Household Furniture Co. LtdHai NguyenLinh Nam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-93-4465-498  2012Dinnerware, serveware
15Bac Ninh Manufacture & Trading Co. LtdLai Huong102A Hoang Cau Street, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3511-7663[email protected]1986Dinnerware, serveware
16Bao Quang Co. Ltd
Hop PhungBat Trang Ward, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-0792
 [email protected] Dinnerware, drinkware
17Baratex Investment and Trading JSCNgoc Do100 Thai Thinh Street, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-8573-428[email protected]1971Dinnerware, serveware
18Bat Trang Ceramic Porcelain Export Co. LtdHai LuongHamlet 3, Bat Trang Ward, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam 84-24-3874-0671
   Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
19Bat Trang Gom Tinh Hoa Limited Company3rd Hamlet, Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-4877[email protected] Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
20Bat Trang JSCThong Dao1615 Giang Cao, Bat Trang, Hanoi, Vietnam84-90-4907-272[email protected]
2007Dinnerware, serveware
21Binh Loi., JSCBinh DoNo. 6, Lane 43 Nguyen Ngoc Nai Street, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-5638-901   Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
22Binh Thuan Goods Processing Export Co. LtdBinh Ta53 Nguyen Trai Street, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3853-3737[email protected] n.1985Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
23 Crafts Co. LtdHau Tran 16 Anson, Daila Street, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3628-8983[email protected]2006Flatware
24Craftsviet.comMinh Nguyen85, 7 Lane, Hoang Dao Thanh Street, Hanoi, Vietnam84-93-6646-468  2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
25Cravina Co. LtdLan NguyenRoom 1504, N03 Building, 25 Lac Trung Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
84-28-3999-6976 2011Flatware, serveware, tabletop accessories
26Cuong Phat Ceramics Co. Ltd
NgocNo. 335, Binh Duong Highway, Hung Loc Hamlet, Hung Dinh Ward, Thuan An Dist., Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650-3823-992
[email protected]1983Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
27Dai Hong Phat Ceramics PTE EnterpriseVan NguyenThanh Binh Hamlet, An Thanh Town, Thuan An commune, Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650-3828-415[email protected]1998Dinnerware, drinkware, tabletop accessories
28Dai Long Trading and Im-Export JSCGiang Nguyen9 Ngo SI Lien, Tran Quy Cap Street, Van Mieu Ward, Dong Da Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6273-4314
  2001Dinnerware, drinkware
29Dai Thu Trading & Service Co. LtdMinh To262b Pasteur Street, Dist. 3, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-8200-391 2006Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
30Dong Gia EnterpriseMai Phan114, Xuan Thuy Street,Thao Dien Ward, Dist. 2, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-6296-0147[email protected]2006Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
31Dong Hwa Ceramic Co. LtdTram Vu5th Floor, 10B Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-650-3652-648 @gmail.com1991Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
32Duc Cuong Furniture And DecorAnh PhungHa Thai, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3686-2469  2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
33Eurosa CompanyNhi DangUnit 6.03, Satra building, 58 Dong Khoi Street, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-3825-0088  2009Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
34Far Eastern Handicraft JSCDavid TranBlock 9, Alley 10, Lane 106 Hoang Quoc Viet Street, Cau Giay, Hanoi,[email protected]1996Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
35FDV - My Nghe VietPhuong Nguyen68 Vu Tong Phan Street, An Phu, Dist. 2, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-6281-1183[email protected] Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
36Gia Thinh Co. Ltd32 Hang Than Street, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3733-6958[email protected]1999Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
37GOL Co. LtdFrancis Hoang PAX SKY Building (3 Floor), 123 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Str., Dist. 3, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-3930-2251[email protected]2003Flatware
38Golden Star Handicraft Co. LtdAnh Le422/23 Hoang Minh Giam Street, Ward 9, Phu Nhuan, Ho Chi Minh,[email protected] n.
[email protected] n.
2001Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
39Green Earth Co. LtdAlex PhamDuyen Thai Village, Thuong Tin, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3376-7328  2013Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
40Green Indochine Deain Co. LtdHuyen LeTran Khat Chan, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6278-0768  2007Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
41Ha Thai Bamboo Lacquer Co. LtdSusan NguyenLot13 Ha Thai lacquer, Duyen Thai, Thuong Tin, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3999-1276 [email protected]2001Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
42Ha Viet HandicraftAnna Nguyen27/343 Kim Giang Street, Hoang Mai Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3926-0666 [email protected]2007Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
43Haanh CraftHa Ho6/112 Tay Son Street, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-533-0605  2006Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
44Haimao Tradition Furniture Lacquer Manufacture CompanyAnh TaDuyen Thai, Thuong Tin, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-2242-7538  1984Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
45Hand Viet Manufacturing And Trading JSCAndre Nguyen37 Dang Tien Dong Street, Trung Liet, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3537-8872 [email protected];
[email protected]
1972Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
46Handicraft And Art Articles Export-Import CorporationThai Trinh No.2A Pham Su Manh Street, Phan Chu Trinh, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-826-6573[email protected]1964Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
47Handicraft Co. LtdHoan Vu1/194 Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam
84-24-6682-0188  2010Dinnerware
48Handicrafts Import-Export Co. LtdToan Le35/81 Dang Thai Mai Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
84-24-3719-4323 -Handicrafts/6008830717198/pdtl/Spoon/1017612663.htm 2006Flatware
49Handicraftvhs 607 Resco 3D bulding Pham Van Dong Street, Resco Urban, Hanoi, Vietnam84-93-6991-516   Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
50Hangul Development JSC No 28 Alley 389/17 Group 41 Dich Vong Ward, Cau Giay Street, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6328-0140 [email protected]2015Drinkware, serveware
51Hanoi Sakura Import-Export And Trading Co. LtdLan Nguyen13 Nha Chung Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-928-6921  2004Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
52Hanoi Trade Corporation - Ho Chi Minh Branch (HAPRO)Huong Vu77-79 Pho Duc Chinh, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-3821-6253[email protected]1991Dinnerware, tabletop accessories
53Hiep Hung GroupNghi Doan130D, Thuy Khue Street, Tay Ho, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3728-1635[email protected]1988Tablestop accessories
54Hoa Lu Fine Art And Handicraft CompanyAnh Nguyen17-19 Dang Dung Street, Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi,[email protected]
[email protected]
2000Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
55Hoan My Ceramics Co. LtdHoang Luong51 Bat Trang, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-0201[email protected]
 Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
56Hoang Anh Home Decor And FurnitureAnh PhungHa Thai, Thuong Tin, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3686-2469 [email protected];
[email protected]
1998Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
57Hoang Han Co. LtdNhan LeNo. 2 Bui Ngoc Duong Street, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-726-4019 [email protected]2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
58Hoang Minh Ceramics Co. LtdNo 282, Group 4, Giang Cao Hamlet, Bat Trang Village, Gia Lam Town , Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3671-5226[email protected] Dinnerware, drinkware
59Hong Ha Handicraft Co. LtdCharles DoanNgu Hiep, Thanh Tri, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6327-1677
  2013Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
60Hung Nam JSCHung Luong49, Alley 49 Luong Yen, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi, Vietnam84-91-3378-956 [email protected]2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
61Huong Dang Artistic Handicarfts & Lacquerwares Co. LtdDang Vu204, C7AQuynh Mai Street, Quynh Mai, Hai Ba Trung, Hanoi,[email protected]2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
62Huu Viet Manufacturing And Trading Co. LtdHuu BuiNo 4, lane 10, group 80 Khuong Trung, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi,[email protected]1998Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
63KG Handicraft Co. LtdBich HanhNo. 44, Lot 7, Zone 1.9ha, Dinh Thon Village, My Dinh Commune, Tu Liem Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6675-4335 [email protected]2009Dinnerware, serveware
64Khanh Minh CeramicMinh TranXom 3, Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3672-1450 [email protected]2011Drinkware, serveware
65Lac Viet Handicraft Export Co. LtdJenny Nguyen235 An Duong Vuong Street, Da Nang,[email protected]
[email protected]
2009Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
66Lac Viet Handicraft Export Co. LtdThuan Tran235 An Duong Vuong, Ngu Hanh Son, Da Nang, Vietnam84-90-3579-083 2013Tablestop accessories
67Lacquertrees Co. LtdMai TraceyQuang Trung, Ha Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3355-3104   Dinnerware, serveware
68Lacquerworld Co,. LtdThuy Duong788 La Thanh, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3835-2439[email protected]2008Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
69Lan Innovation Co. LtdLan NgoNo. D2, Street C1, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, Dist. 12, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-6296-7856  Dinnerware
70LC Home Co. LtdTung NguyenNo. 18, Hamlet 5, Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-0860[email protected]2011Dinnerware, drinkware
71Lem Decor WorkshopPhuong Do16A Nguyen Binh Street, Nha Be, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-122-879-3966 2012Tabletop accessories
72Long Van Art Co. LtdSon Nguyen16/987 Ngo Gia Tu Street, Duc Giang, Long Bien, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3625-2025 [email protected]1996Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
73Machi Enterprise Co. LtdHariet LeeKhu Pho Tan Phuoc-P. Tan, Binh-TX Di An-BD, Di An, Binh Duong, Vietnam84-650-3740-974 1976Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
74Manh Hieu Co. LtdHoa LeKM 10, Cat Dang, Yen Tien, Y Yen, Nam Dinh, Vietnam84-350-3951-906  2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
75Mekong Delta Import Export Co. LtdHieu LeNo.6, Lane 1 Au Co, Tay Ho, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-717-1233[email protected]2006Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
76Minh Long I Co. Ltd
Minh Ly114, Xuan Thuy Street,Thao Dien Ward, Dist. 2, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-650-3668-899
[email protected]1970Dinnerware, drinkware
77Minh Tuan Co. Ltd.Tuan NguyenH305/83, 30/4 Street, Binh Duong, 2007Flatware, dinnerware
78MuaHa Trading JSCHoang Nguyen524 Bach Dang Road, Hai Ba Trung Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3971-6984
 [email protected]2000Dinnerware, drinkware
79My Thai Lacquer Co. LtdMark Nguyen No.B26 - Block 19 Dinh Cong, Hoang Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-640-7179 [email protected]
[email protected]
1993Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
80Ngoc Dong Ha Nam Co. LtdThong NguyenNgoc Dong Industrial Zone, Hoang Dong Commune, Duy Tien Dist., Ha Nam, Vietnam84 -4-3566-6263 2004Tablestop accessories, dinnerware, serveware
81Ngoc Phat LacquerPhat Tan Ai Mo, Trung Hung, Son Tay, Hanoi, Vietnam84-90-2196-296 [email protected]2005Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
82Ngoc Son Handicraft And Furniture Co. LtdLien TranKm 20 Highway 6, Chuc Son, Chuong My, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24[email protected] n.  2002Dinnerware, serveware, drinkware
83Oriental Home Co. LtdLoi Nguyen 8, Alley 651/82/3 Minh Khai Street,, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3987-8612[email protected]2013Dinnerware, serveware, tabletop accessories, flatware
84Phu Vinh Ceramics JSCHang LeK15, Bat Trang Industrial Park, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-2463[email protected] Dinnerware, drinkware
85Phuc Thanh Ceramic Co. LtdFreddie BuiVillage 4, Bat Trang Commune, Gia Lam Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-122-7230-369[email protected]2014Dinnerware, drinkware, serveware
86Quang Vinh Co. LtdVinh HaNo.14, Hamlet 5, Bat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-0782[email protected]1997Drinkware
87Red Lotus companyCanh3-5/1, Phan Van Truong Street, Dist. 1, Ho Chi Minh,[email protected]1976Tabletop accessories
88SIMEX Co. LtdJim NguyenNo. 90 Alley 293, Ngoc Thuy Street, Ngoc Thuy Ward, Long Bien Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-90-213-5615[email protected]2010Serveware, dinnerware
89Thien Lam Production Trading Co. LtdTrong Trung175 road K2, Group 2, Phu Do quarter, Nam Tu Liem Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam84-98-3005-526

 [email protected] Serveware, dinnerware
90TMH Co. LtdTruong Dang14/136 Thinh Liet Street, Hoang Mai, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6288-4961 /6008847633610/CompanyProfile.htm 2007Tablestop accessories, dinnerware, serveware
91Toan ThangPhuong LaYen Tien Commune, Y Yen, Nam Dinh, Vietnam
84-350-968-879 2011Dinnerware, Flatware, serveware
92Van Van Ceramic & PotteryThanh VanNo 66 Bat Trang ceramic market, Bat Trang,Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-98-6469-896 2005Drinkware
93Viet Vision Trading and Invesment JSCTung Le30 Ta Hien Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6273-6672[email protected]2013Dinnerware
94Viethandi.comThanh Pham321 Ton Dan Street Ward 15, Dist. 4, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-3940-0602 2006Flatware, drinkware
95Viettime CraftKelly HoangNo 93 Ma May Street, Hoan Kiem Dist., Hanoi,[email protected]2013Flatware, serveware, dinnerware
96Vina Linen Import-Export and Investment Trading JSCXuan DoRoom 1802, JSC 34 Building 164, Khuat Duy Tien Street, Thanh Xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-2225-0701 2009Tablestop accessories
97Vinh Co Plastic. Inc (VCP)Hanh505/14 Ben Binh Dong, Ward 13, Dist. 8, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam84-28-7309-3636[email protected]1995Dinnerware, Flatware, serveware
98Vinh Thang Ceramic Co. LtdVinh NguyenBat Trang, Gia Lam, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-3874-0785 1994Dinnerware, drinkware
99VITRAPRO Co. LtdTuan AnhThang Loi, Duong Noi, Ha Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam84-24-6329-5599[email protected]2007Flatware, drinkware, dinnerware
100Loi An Company 79 Pho Gom, Giang Cao, Bat Trang, Gia Lam,[email protected] Drinkware, dinnerware

Vietnam Sourcing:Tableware 2018 Industry overview

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Industry overview

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018

• Dinnerware • Drinkware • Flatware • Serveware • Tabletop accessories

This section discusses key issues affecting export manufacturers in Vietnam, offering insight into industry composition and important supply centers.

Vietnam's exportsCompetitive advantagesChallengesIndustry composition
  • Statistics from DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database, show that Vietnam exported over $323.5 million worth of tableware and kitchenware in 2016.

  • Ceramic, porcelain and wooden models accounted for 18 percent of the export value.

  • Export sales are expected to increase at least 10 percent in coming months.
  • Craftsmen and artisans working with ceramics, wood and different plant-based fibers can be found across the country.

  • The country has lower minimum wages compared with China, Malaysia and several other countries in Asia.

  • Bilateral and multilateral trade deals facilitate exports to various economies.
  • For many suppliers, the main challenge is how to maintain profitability amid rising costs and intense competition.

  • Various raw material costs have gone up 10 to 30 percent in the past 12 months.

  • Several suppliers are keeping a buffer stock to minimize the effect of raw material unavailability on prices and lead times.
  • Most tableware suppliers that use bamboo, rattan and other natural materials are part of the handicraft industry.

  • These companies usually employ no more than 100 workers.

  • Makers of bamboo and rattan items can be found in more than 700 craft villages in the country.

Greater environmental and social awareness are raising demand for handcrafted products made of bamboo, rattan, water hyacinth and other materials that are considered sustainable. Models adopting recycled materials such as paper and eggshell are increasing in popularity as well.

To take advantage of the opportunities that this trend offers, suppliers are exploring different raw material combinations, colors and patterns to diversify their selections.

Statistics from DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database, show that the country sent abroad over $323.5 million worth of ceramic, porcelain, wood, glass and plastic tableware and kitchenware, and metal cutlery in 2016. Models made of ceramic, porcelain and wood accounted for 18 percent of the value.

Vietnam exported nearly $6.9 million worth of porcelain tableware and kitchenware under HS code 691110 in 2016, up 12 percent from 2015. The UK was the top market, accounting for 25 percent of the export value.

Exports of ceramic items under HS code 6912 dipped 0.5 percent year over year to approximately $10.1 million. Germany accounted for 36 percent of the value, while China, the US and Japan together contributed 41 percent.

For wooden tableware and kitchenware under HS code 4419, the value of products sent abroad in 2016 inched up 4 percent year over year to nearly $40.2 million. Japan accounted for 38 percent of the value and South Korea 21 percent.

Statistics for 2017 are currently not available from the database. Preliminary figures from Vietnam’s General Department of Customs, however, show that the country sent abroad $269.2 million worth of various bamboo and rattan products during the period, an increase of 2.4 percent from 2016. Exports of ceramic items amounted to $465.8 million, up 8.2 percent from 2016.

Japan was the top importer, accounting for $125.2 million worth of products. The US was another key destination, with imports worth $120.2 million.

Suppliers expect overseas sales to increase 10 to 20 percent in coming months, anticipating greater demand from the US, Japan and the EU. A number are looking to join more international trade shows such as the Ambiente Fair in Germany, Maison et Object Fair in France and the Hong Kong Mega Show to promote their products.

Competitive advantages

A large workforce, relatively low labor costs and the domestic availability of various raw materials enable Vietnam’s tableware industry to export a wide range of handcrafted items. Most suppliers to accept low quantity minimum orders of products that are 70 percent handmade.

Vietnam’s labor force at 15 years of age and about comprised about 54.4 million in 2016, according to data posted on the website of the country’s General Statistics Office. Literacy rate for this population was 95 percent.

The country’s labor force includes craftsmen and artisans working with ceramics, wood and different plant-based fibers. Many of these workers can be found in craft villages across Vietnam.

The country has lower minimum wages compared with China, Malaysia and several other countries in Asia. Effective January 2018, Vietnam’s regional minimum wages range from 2,760,000 ($119.26) to 3,980,000 ($172) Vietnamese dong per month.

In terms of raw materials, being able to source most of these locally enable tableware makers to stock inputs and minimize the effect of cost fluctuations on product prices. Rattan, bamboo, water hyacinth, sedge and other plant-based fibers are readily available in various provinces.

Vietnam’s existing free trade agreements (FTAs), as well as those expected to come into effect, facilitate exports of various products and the importation of raw materials and machinery. Bilateral and multilateral trade deals also encourage foreign investment in the sector.

Under the EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), for example, nearly all tariffs on goods traded between the two economies will be eliminated. The deal, expected to be ratified in 2018, is anticipated to boost Vietnam’s total exports to the EU by 4 to 6 percent, Viet Nam News reported June 30, 2018.

To promote the handicraft sector, in particular, the Ministry of Agriculture and Local Government organizes the Vietnam Craft Village Trade Fair (CraftViet). CraftViet’s aims include attracting investment in traditional craft villages and promoting the trade of local products.

The Vietnam Handicraft Exporters Association (VIETCRAFT), which organizes The Vietnam International Home Décor and Gift Fair – Lifestyle Vietnam, coordinates with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) and other government and nongovernmental organizations to promote the fair. VIETCRAFT also cooperates with the government to support enterprises in exhibiting at NY NOW and other international trade shows.


Tableware suppliers are concerned about balancing rising costs with price competitiveness to maintain profitability. Products from Vietnam are generally already priced about 20 percent higher compared with those from Chinese competitors.

Spending for various natural inputs, in particular, have risen at double-digit levels due to supply falling short of demand. Interviewed makers saw the cost of water hyacinth and rattan go up 20 to 30 percent in the past 12 months. Bamboo rates have increased by about 10 percent.

Labor-related expenses are also on the rise as minimum wages in the country continue to go up. Monthly rates for 2018 are more than 6 percent higher compared with 2017 levels.

Companies are also driven to offer better wages and benefits to retain skilled craftsmen and artisans. Hanoi’s traditional craft villages, for example, are facing a shortage of workers because many rural laborers have opted to go to go to industrial zones where the pay and benefits are better, according to an April 2018 report from Viet Nam News, citing the Vietnam and World Economy magazine.

To keep quotes competitive, suppliers typically opt to absorb increases in production cost and sacrifice margins. Consequently, they have limited funds to invest in upgrading their production systems, developing new products and other activities that will help them differentiate themselves from competitors.

To minimize the effect of raw material shortage on margins and production lead times, several companies are leveraging local access to key inputs and keeping a buffer stock. Some tableware makers are investing in machines to facilitate certain processes and expand production capacity, as well as improve product quality. Those offering ceramic models, for instance, are adopting gas-fired kilns in place of furnaces that run on straw or wood. In finishing, sanding machines are being used.

Industry composition

Most tableware suppliers that use bamboo, rattan and other natural materials are part of handicraft industry. These companies are typically small or midsize enterprises employing no more than 100 workers.

Makers of bamboo and rattan items can be found in more than 700 craft villages in the country. These villages are scattered across Vietnam, including in the provinces of Hanoi, Ha Tay, Da Nang, Quang Nam, Khan Hoa, Phu Yen, Phu Vinh, Bac Giang and Thai Binh.

For handcrafted clay-based products, villages specializing in pottery and ceramics are located in Hanoi, Thanh Hoa, Hai Duong, Bac Ninh, Vinh Phuc and Ninh Binh provinces.

Supplier locations map

The highlighted areas on the map show the locations of the Vietnam tableware suppliers included in the database gathered by our consultants.

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 supplier locations map

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Product features

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018 Product features

Vietnam Sourcing: Tableware 2018

• Dinnerware • Drinkware • Flatware • Serveware • Tabletop accessories

This section offers information on how trends in materials, design and manufacturing are impacting prices offered by Vietnam tableware suppliers.

Buyers can also learn more about the materials used and the common price ranges of certain designs.


Materials & designsManufacturing & QCPricing
  • Bamboo, coconut wood and acacia wood are among common options for dinnerware and serveware.

  • Simple, eco-friendly designs are on trend.

  • Suppliers have three to five people assigned to new product development.
  • Production of models made of bamboo and other natural materials is typically labor-intensive.

  • QC is conducted at every stage of the production process.

  • Production lead time is usually 60 to 70 days.
  • Prices depend mainly on raw material and labor costs.

  • Spending for raw materials have gone up at least 10 percent in the past 12 months.

  • Despite rising expenses, many suppliers plan to keep quotes at current levels in the next six months to remain competitive.

Materials & designs

Vietnam suppliers offer tableware items in various materials, which are typically sourced within the country.

Domestically sourced bamboo and wood are two materials adopted across the different product categories. The former is often from Nam Dinh, Thanh Hoa, Ninh Binh, Son La, Yen Bai and Tuyen Quang provinces. For acacia wood and other types of timber, Nam Dinh and Ha Tay provinces are the usual sources.

Clay for porcelain, stoneware and earthenware tea pots, mugs and cups is typically from Quang Ninh province. Glaze, however, is often imported from China.

For serving trays, table runners and placements, raw material options include rattan, water hyacinth and seagrass. Rattan is usually obtained from Thanh Hoa, Lam Dong, Nghe An, Son La and Yen Bai provinces. Water hyacinth is gathered in Tien Giang, Vinh Long, Hau Giang and other places in the Mekong Delta region, while seagrass is sourced from Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Thai Binh, Nam Dinh and Thanh Hoa provinces.

Cotton and linen for table cloths, placemats and runners are usually procured in Ho Chi Minh City or the provinces of Ninh Binh, Hung Yen, Binh Duong and Hanoi.

Makers continue to combine materials in line with efforts to diversify selections. Releases in this line include bamboo trays with coiled seagrass bases, and placemats made of bamboo and rattan.

Suppliers also offer a wide range of options in terms of shape. In plates and bowls, asymmetrical and novelty designs featuring leaf, teardrop and floral motifs are growing in number. Teapots come in cubed and hexagonal forms in addition to the spherical types.

Color and pattern are also being employed to increase design variety. While white remains popular in dinnerware because of its versatility, suppliers offer buyers a wide range of bright and pastel options.

For patterns, nature-inspired ones such as those depicting flowers and leaves are common across the different categories, from carvings in wooden dinnerware and flatware to embroidery in table runners, coasters and placemats. Models featuring ethnic motifs are also available.

In upcoming releases, adoption of bamboo, rattan and other materials considered sustainable will remain a trend. For embellishments, makers are turning to recycled paper and eggshell are being used.

Tableware suppliers typically have three to five employees responsible for the development of new designs. Companies release five to seven new models per month, and they can customize products to buyers’ requirements.

Manufacturing & QC

Production bamboo, rattan and ceramic products remain labor-intensive, with most processes done using hand tools or simple machines.

To create trays and other items involving coiled rattan or bamboo, for instance, strips of the material are spun or coiled by hand around wooden or cement molds. The products are then sanded in preparation for the application of a finish, and this step is typically accomplished manually or with the help of simple machines.

For models in clay-based materials, the desired shape is typically achieved by pouring the material into molds or through the use of turntables. There are companies, however, that use casting machines.

Another stage often done manually is the application of paint, glaze and other finishes.

QC checks are conducted at every stage of the production process, from raw material inspection to final product testing. Most tableware suppliers have three to five people responsible for inspection and testing. Large companies, however, may have at least 10 QC personnel.

Many companies are compliant with internationally recognized standards, including those of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the German Food & Commodity Laws, or the Lebensmittel-Bedarfsgegenstande und Futtermittelgesetzbuch (LFGB). Suppliers also usually comply with CE Marking requirements.

Production lead time is usually 60 to 70 days from the confirmation of the order.


Prices vary depending on the materials used, the complexity of the design and the size of the product. For sets, the number of pieces included is also a key price determinant.

Models made of rattan, bamboo, coconut shell and wood such as acacia or rosewood tend to be more expensive than plastic counterparts. Pieces with intricate details or decorative elements such as inlays, embroidery, carving or silver or gold plating, are also typically priced higher as they required different types of skills and longer work hours.

Prices are expected to remain relatively stable in the next six months despite raw material costs having gone up 10 to 30 percent. Suppliers are wary of raising their quotes due to the intense price competition in the global market.

To be able to offer competitive quotes, suppliers are improving their management and production systems to expand capacity, avoid raw material wastage and errors, and improve efficiency. Makers of ceramic tableware, for example, are investing in larger kilns.

Price guide

Price guide: Bowls
Less than $3
Rice or salad bowl; bamboo; meets FDA or LFGB requirements
$3 to $5
Rice or soup bowl; bamboo or acacia wood; meets CE Marking, FDA or LFGB requirements
$6 to $10
Rice bowl; bamboo, rubberwood or acacia wood; eggshell inlay on the exterior; meets CE Marking, FDA or LFGB requirements

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Price guide: Cups & mugs
Less than $1
Asian-style tea cup; acacia or rubberwood; 9x8cm; meets CE Marking, CIQ, FDA or LFGB requirements
$1 to $3
Coffee cup or mug; porcelain; enamel or glaze finish; 330 to 380mL; meets CE Marking, CIQ, FDA or LFGB requirements
Price guide: Salad serving utensils
Less than $5
Claws; bamboo; painted handles; meets CE Marking, FDA or LFGB requirements
$5 to $10
Spoon and fork; bamboo; painted handles; meets CE Marking, FDA or LFGB requirements
More than $10
Spoon and fork; buffalo horn; bamboo handles; meets CE Marking, FDA or LFGB requirements
Price guide: Serving trays
Less than $3
Round tray; woven rattan or spun bamboo; with handles
$3 to $5
Round or rectangular tray; spun or woven bamboo; with handles
More than $5
Square or rectangular tray; woven rattan or MDF with mother-of-pearl inlay; with handles and/or segmentation
Price guide: Tabletop accessories
Less than $1
Doily; linen jacquard; hand-embroidered
$1 to $2
Doily; cotton; hand-embroidered
More than $2
Handwoven rattan placemat; 40x120cm linen table runner with embroidery

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