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Foreign Investment Prospects in Vietnam’s Supporting Industries

Vietnam’s supporting industries have undergone substantial change and play an important role in global value chains. Notably, these industries hold promising potential, as a majority of businesses operate within the initial stages of the value chain. We offer a comprehensive view of these supporting sectors, spotlighting key industries like electronics and automobiles, which are prioritized by the Vietnam government.

Vietnam’s supporting industries have significant potential given the rising manufacturing sector and economic growth.

Vietnam’s localization rate at 36 percent is lower than China and India with low rates of procuring local components. Currently, only about 500 firms in Vietnam are engaged in the supporting industry production, accounting for about 0.2 percent of approximately 1 million enterprises. These are concerning figures when compared to other Southeast Asian countries.

In the current context, multinational firms can diversify and source inputs from several locations to reduce reliance from a single specific area and further help to lower costs.

For foreign investors eyeing opportunities in Vietnam, it’s essential to recognize the pivotal role played by supporting industries in the nation’s economic transformation towards industrialization and modernization. These industries not only boost labor productivity, competitive capabilities, and value generation but also amplify the contribution of processing and manufacturing sectors to the larger economy.

Acknowledging the significance of supporting industries, the Vietnam government has put into action the Supporting Industry Development Programme, set to continue until 2025. Under this initiative, Vietnamese enterprises are eligible for assistance to transition to contemporary quality standards and progressive management systems. The program aims to elevate domestic production rates in key manufacturing sectors like automobiles, textiles, footwear, and electronics.

Supporting industries in Vietnam have attracted a substantial percentage of FDI coming into industrial parks (IPs) in the Southern provinces and cities.

In 2021, local IPs attracted US$1.1 billion in capital and investment projects in the supporting industry and other manufacturing enterprises, with over 80 percent of capital and investment projects.

With several free trade agreements (FTAs), Vietnam has established a favorable trade environment for an influx of investment as investors seek preferential tariffs to reduce costs.

By 2030, supporting industry products are expected to meet 70 percent of demand and are expected to account for about 14 percent of industrial production value.

Some 2,000 companies are expected to be capable of supplying directly to assemblers and multinational corporations by 2030. To develop the supporting industry, Vietnam approved Resolution 115/NQ-CP  to promote the development of supporting industries for the period 2020-2030. The development of the supporting industries focuses on the following fields:

  • Electronics industry;
  • Mechanical engineering industry;
  • Hi-tech industry; and
  • Automotive industry

Mechanical engineering

Current supply

Vietnam’s total mechanical engineering market demand is predicted to exceed US$300 billion by 2030, yet the country’s mechanical engineering sector currently only fulfills around one-third of the country’s mechanical product demand. 

The capability for supporting industry businesses in the field of mechanical engineering remains limited. Manufacturing linkages in sectors such as automobiles and motorcycles exist in a number of significant industries in the mechanical engineering industry. However, this link is still unstable because the majority of raw materials and accessories are still imported. Even large brands mostly assemble in Vietnam for on-site consumption.

Industry outlook

According to the Vietnam Association of Mechanical Enterprises, the mechanical engineering business in Vietnam would be worth around US$310 billion between 2019 and 2030. Further, with Vietnam’s involvement in several FTAs and multinational corporations’ ability to shift manufacturing from China to other countries, it is seen as a promising development potential for Vietnamese mechanical industries in the coming years.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) continues to enhance and improve the operational efficiency of two technical centers that assist industrial growth in the North and South. The centers are actively collaborating with international firms in Vietnam, such as Toyota, Mitsubishi, and Canon, to identify potential suppliers to participate in these corporations’ value chains.


Current supply

The supporting industries for electronics account for over 80 percent of the value. Despite the impact of lockdowns, restrictions, and disrupted supply chains, the electronics market witnessed several large enterprises in the electronics industry continuing to invest or expand production in Vietnam, especially in Northern provinces such as Bac Ninh, Hai Phong, Bac Giang, Thanh Hoa, and Da Nang.

Samsung has already invested over US$17.5 billion in Vietnam, accounting for more than 20 percent of Vietnam’s total export turnover through its main products of high-end mobile phones and electronic components.

While electronic businesses are automating machinery and equipment, there is still a shortage of labor, including skilled and unskilled workers. In addition, most Vietnamese workers are inadequately trained, making it challenging for electronic businesses.

Government support

The supporting industry in the electronics sector is being given priority as part of Vietnam’s industrial development strategy period from 2025 to 2035. To deal with labor quality, the government has launched supportive programs to train workers and domestic firms in supporting industries and facilitate the intra-ASEAN movement of labor. The goal is to build the electronics industry into a key industry and create a support base for other industries to develop. It is forecast that Vietnam will increase the share of global computer electronics exports to nearly 4 percent by 2025.


Current supply

Vietnam’s automobile industry has grown significantly in recent years thanks to the country’s fast-growing middle class. The main auto supply markets for Vietnam in 2021 were Thailand and Indonesia; these two markets together account for 82.3 percent of the country’s total auto imports.

However, the production and assembly of automobiles is at a basic level of assembly with specialization between producing and assembling still lacking.

The reason for the weakness is partly due to the limited level of technical technology, which does not meet the strict requirements of joint ventures. Another reason is the lack of production specialization, leading to components produced in Vietnam costing two to three times more than other countries in the region.

In addition, the production and business environment of the automobile industry lacks favorable policies with certain limitations. For example, for credit policies, FDI enterprises operating in the same supporting industry often borrow from the parent company, or from a foreign bank with an interest rate of only 1 percent to 3 percent, while Vietnamese enterprises must borrow interest rates of 8 to 10 percent.

Industry outlook

In order to develop the supporting industry in the automobiles sector, Vietnam has taken steps to solve two bottlenecks: dependence on imported components and establishing preferential policies and supporting the domestic automobile industry.           

Further, Vietnam’s automobile industry is rising thanks to preferential and promotional policies from the government such as: reducing excise tax, preferential import duty of components, solutions to promote the development of supporting industries (August 2020), tax incentives for automobile manufacturing & assembly, and approving the “Automotive industry development strategy to 2025, with a vision 2035”.

High-tech manufacturing

Current situation

According to the MoIT, a number of high-tech projects were implemented between 2011 and 2020, supporting businesses in mastering new high-tech innovations and creating considerable socioeconomic advantages.

With investments in chip and smartphone production and R&D from Samsung, Microsoft, Intel, and LG, Vietnam has emerged as an investment hub in the high-tech industry. The prime minister issued Decision No.10/2021/QD-TTg  in March 2021, outlining the criteria for defining high-tech firms, which became effective on April 30, 2021. This legislation applies to firms in Vietnam that manufacture high-tech items or provide high-tech services. 

Industry outlook

Vietnam has set a goal of mastering a number of high technologies in order to create an ecosystem of high-tech firms and put them into production in order to boost the export value of high-tech goods by 2030.

Key takeaways

Supporting industries are critical in restructuring the economy, improving worker productivity and skills, and enhancing the competitiveness and quality of Vietnamese goods.

As Vietnam explodes in popularity for China one plus investors and given recent changes in global value chains Vietnam’s supporting industry has significant growth potential if the country adopts consistent, timely, and appropriate policies.




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How to properly package and preserve fruits for international shipment

To ensure the longevity of fruits during international shipment, it is important to follow proper packaging and preservation methods. As we all know, Vietnamese fruits are typically tropical fruits, which have a relatively short shelf life. However, the import standards of other countries can be quite stringent. Therefore, it is crucial to read and understand the fruit preservation methods for transportation. This not only protects the goods being sent abroad but also saves time, effort, and money.

Preservation methods for fruits sent abroad:

Vietnam is a tropical country with a variety of delicious and high-quality fruits that are favored by international markets and often exported, such as:

– Dragon fruit

– Lychee

– Rambutan

– Coconut

– Mangosteen

– Longan

– Milk fruit

– Pomelo

– Durian

– Jackfruit

– Banana

– Passion fruit

Currently, the only method applied by Vietnamese businesses is to use the Japanese biostimulant called UMIKAI. This substance effectively preserves agricultural products without containing any prohibited ingredients in the US and European markets. Moreover, it is safe for consumer health.

Fruits that meet the export standards for international shipment need to be harvested and classified. Then, they should be processed as quickly as possible to ensure quality and reduce spoilage.

Typically, fruits are preserved during transportation using sulfur fumigation and acid fumigation. For example, in the case of Ben Tre coconuts, the fruit needs to be peeled and packaged, then kept at a temperature of -10 degrees Celsius.


Packaging and preservation methods for fruits sent internationally:

To minimize the risk of damage during the international shipment of fruits, customers can apply the following packaging methods:

1. After harvesting, the fruits should be dried before packaging. Keeping the fruits dry and avoiding water exposure prevents them from rotting quickly.

2. Use specialized foam packaging for fruits, with different sizes available. These foam nets are designed to prevent fruit collision. Additionally, newspapers can be used for additional wrapping.

3. Next, place the fruits in cardboard boxes or thick foam boxes. For larger fruits with thick skins, you can use jute bags instead of cardboard boxes, such as jackfruit, durian, or watermelon.

4. During the long-distance transportation of fruits, it is important to keep the containers dry, protected from direct sunlight, and away from water to prevent premature spoilage.

Current preservation methods applied by businesses for fruit preservation:

Here are some methods that Vietnamese businesses use when shipping fruits internationally that you can consider:

– Rinsing fruits with ozonated water.

– Keeping certain fruits cool or refrigerated at suitable temperatures throughout the transportation process.

– Applying wax to the cut end of the fruit to prevent bacterial invasion.

– Using specialized boxes with breathable holes to facilitate ventilation. Especially, ethylene gas can accelerate fruit ripening and deterioration. The boxes should meet environmental standards and be made of virgin PET plastic to meet the requirements of demanding markets.

Vietjet Air Cargo provides international fruit transportation services:

Vietjet Air Cargo is pleased to provide reliable international fruit transportation services with competitive prices in today’s market. By choosing Vietjet Air Cargo, you will receive excellent services, including:

– Support throughout the process with a professional and attentive team of advisors.

– Fast and reliable delivery with competitive prices.

– Commitment to compensate for any issues with the cargo.

– Various customer loyalty programs, after-sales services, and insurance coverage.

If you have a need to ship fruits abroad, it is recommended to apply the methods mentioned above. Additionally, choose a reputable transportation service provider like Vietjet Air Cargo to ensure safe and prompt delivery of your fruit shipments.


The Development of E-commerce and Air Cargo Transportation

The Development of E-commerce has Increased the Demand for Air Cargo Transportation

E-commerce has rapidly developed in recent years, leading to a significant increase in the demand for air cargo transportation. With the growing popularity of online shopping, consumers worldwide can easily access and purchase products from anywhere. This has presented both challenges and opportunities for the air cargo transportation industry.

Significantly Reduced Transit Times

One of the important benefits that e-commerce brings to the air cargo transportation industry is the increased demand for fast delivery of goods. Consumers increasingly expect to receive their orders as quickly as possible after placing them online. This puts significant pressure on the air transportation system to meet this demand. Goods must be transported from warehouses or stores to customers’ addresses in the shortest possible time.

Diversification of Transported Goods

Furthermore, the development of e-commerce has also led to diversification in the types of goods transported by air. Previously, the focus was primarily on lightweight and high-value products such as electronics, jewellery, or high-end fashion. However, with the growth of e-commerce, consumers can now shop and ship a variety of items, including fresh food, cosmetics, household goods, and more. This creates a more diverse and extensive demand for cargo transportation.

Upgraded Transportation Infrastructure

To meet the transportation demands of e-commerce, airlines have had to enhance and improve their transportation infrastructure. They have invested in expanding flight networks, improving the efficiency and technology of their fleets, as well as enhancing cargo handling processes and providing faster delivery services. Airlines have also built partnerships and collaborations with logistics companies to offer comprehensive and efficient transportation services.

Development of Flexible Transportation Options for Users

Additionally, e-commerce has also driven the development of advanced and flexible cargo transportation services. Freight companies are meeting the diverse transportation needs of e-commerce by providing services such as express delivery, online cargo tracking, and intelligent warehouse management. This helps meet consumers’ requirements for fast and reliable delivery times.


Current E-commerce Challenges

E-commerce has become an essential part of modern life while significantly impacting the air cargo transportation industry. The rapid development of e-commerce has increased the demand for air cargo transportation, creating new challenges as well as opportunities for the industry.

Increasing Demand for Faster Delivery Times

One of the current challenges in post-commerce is the increasing demand for faster delivery times. Consumers expect to receive their goods quickly, sometimes within hours. This puts significant pressure on the air cargo transportation system to provide fast and reliable delivery services.

Growing Concerns about User Information Security

Another concern related to e-commerce is the issue of user information security. With the increasing popularity of online transactions, users transmit a significant amount of personal and financial information over the internet. This poses a significant challenge for businesses and air cargo service providers, requiring them to ensure the safety and security of customer information.

Challenges of Cross-border Transportation

Cross-border transportation of goods presents challenges for the air cargo transportation industry. With e-commerce, consumers can purchase goods from any country worldwide. However, transporting goods across borders requires cooperation between airlines, regulatory bodies, and other stakeholders. Complex legal regulations and customs procedures can create barriers and slow down the transportation process. Freight companies must ensure compliance with customs regulations and procedures to ensure smooth and efficient cross-border transportation. 


In conclusion, the development of e-commerce has had a strong impact on the air cargo transportation industry. The demand for cargo transportation has increased due to the popularity of online shopping and electronic transactions. To meet the demands of transporting goods from e-commerce, airlines and logistics companies have had to upgrade their infrastructure, provide flexible and reliable transportation services, and address


Types of Cargo Aircraft in Air Cargo Transportation 

Air cargo transportation plays a crucial role in global goods delivery. To meet this demand, the aviation industry has developed and utilised various types of cargo aircraft. In this article, Vietjet Air Cargo will help you explore popular types of cargo aircraft used in air cargo transportation today.

Passenger Aircraft/Passenger Flight (PAX)

Passenger aircraft, also known as PAX aircraft, are versatile planes capable of transporting both passengers and cargo. They provide a flexible solution for airlines, catering to the transportation of goods alongside passenger flights.

PAX aircraft are designed to accommodate passengers in passenger cabins equipped with seats, baggage space, and passenger amenities. However, besides carrying passengers, they also have the capability to transport cargo in the cargo compartments or additional cargo compartments.

Advantages and disadvantages of PAX aircraft

Airlines often utilise empty space on passenger flights to transport commercial cargo, optimising resource utilisation and generating additional income from flights. Cargo is packaged and loaded into dedicated containers, pallets, or nylon bags, which are then arranged in the cargo compartments or additional cargo compartments.

PAX aircraft are commonly used for flights that require swift cargo delivery or medium-haul flights with moderate cargo needs. However, due to limited cargo space compared to dedicated cargo aircraft, they may not meet the requirements for large-scale cargo transportation.

Freighter (F)/Cargo Aircraft Only (CAO)

Freighter or Cargo Aircraft Only (CAO) refers to aircraft specifically designed for cargo transportation. They lack passenger facilities such as passenger cabins and focus on optimising cargo storage space.

Cargo aircraft have different designs compared to passenger aircraft. Instead of passenger cabins, they are equipped with spacious cargo holds and specialised systems for cargo transport. The cargo holds are designed with pallet and container systems, along with cargo loading and unloading equipment to enhance cargo capacity and transportation efficiency.

Advantages and disadvantages of cargo aircraft

Cargo aircraft have the ability to transport large and diverse cargo. They can handle various types of goods, including parcels, mail, electronics, consumer goods, and even valuable and sensitive cargo.

Cargo aircraft are primarily operated by cargo airlines or logistics companies. They ensure the transportation of goods on cargo routes, provide express delivery services, support global supply chains, and facilitate international trade.

Popular types of cargo aircraft include the Boeing 747 Freighter, Boeing 777F, Airbus A330F, and Airbus A380F. These aircraft are designed with cargo-carrying capabilities throughout the entire aircraft, providing spacious cargo areas and high transport efficiency.

Air Cargo Charter (Charter)

Air cargo charter, also known as air cargo charter, is a service that organises cargo transportation based on specific customer requirements. In a charter flight, an entire aircraft or a portion of an aircraft is hired or booked according to individual needs, allowing for cargo transportation without adhering to regular flight schedules.

Charter flights offer absolute flexibility for customers in cargo transportation. Customers can adjust the itinerary, choose departure and destination points, as well as select the appropriate aircraft and cargo capacity according to their requirements.


Charter flight services are commonly used in the following cases:

Oversized cargo

When cargo is too large or heavy to be transported by conventional means, charter flights provide an optimal solution to meet transportation needs.

Valuable and sensitive cargo

When cargo has high value or requires special conditions for transportation, such as medical supplies, electronics, or temperature-sensitive goods, charter flights ensure safety and quality throughout the transportation process.

Urgency and shortage

In urgent situations or when there is a need for expedited cargo transportation, charter flights offer speed and flexibility to meet time-sensitive transportation demands.

In charter flights, customers can choose the appropriate aircraft type based on their requirements, including passenger aircraft capable of carrying cargo and dedicated cargo aircraft. This ensures efficient and safe transportation of goods.

Some aircraft provide charter flight services

Airbus A330

The Airbus A330 is a passenger transport aircraft with the capability to carry cargo. With its versatile design, it offers ample cargo storage space and can be used to transport various types of goods.

Airbus A350

The Airbus A350 is a modern and fuel-efficient aircraft primarily used in passenger services. However, some versions of the A350 also have the ability to transport cargo. With flexible cargo arrangement options, it can meet special cargo transportation needs.

Boeing 777

The Boeing 777 is one of the most popular aircraft in the passenger transport industry, but it can also be used for cargo transportation. With a flexible cargo hold design and spacious interior, the Boeing 777 can accommodate a large volume of cargo and meet medium to long-haul cargo transportation requirements.

Boeing 787

The Boeing 787, also known as the Dreamliner, is a versatile wide-body aircraft. In addition to passenger transport, versions of the Boeing 787 can be configured for cargo transportation. With flexible cargo holds and fuel efficiency, it provides efficiency and performance in cargo transport.

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Understanding the 9 IATA Dangerous Goods Categories for Air Cargo Transportation

What are dangerous goods for air transportation?

Dangerous goods for air transportation refer to goods that contain hazardous substances, explosives, flammable materials, toxic substances, or substances that pose a risk to human health, animals, or the environment when transported by air. These goods can be hazardous to the flight crew, passengers, and individuals involved in the transportation process.

The types of dangerous goods include explosives, gases, flammable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizing substances, toxic substances, infectious substances, radioactive materials, and corrosive substances. These goods must be properly packaged, labeled, and transported according to the strict regulations of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

IATA’s Dangerous Goods Categories for Air Transportation

Category 1: Explosives

This category is further divided into six smaller groups based on the level of danger or explosive force: Division 1.1, Division 1.2, Division 1.3, Division 1.4, Division 1.5, and Division 1.6. These divisions define the specific hazards and restrictions for each explosive material.

Category 2: Gases

This category is divided into three groups:

  • Flammable gases, including gas lighters and gas cylinders, referred to as Division 2.1.
  • Compressed gases used for breathing, such as oxygen cylinders, referred to as Division 2.2.
  • Toxic gases, referred to as Division 2.

Category 3: Flammable Liquids

This category includes substances such as paint, oil, gasoline, alcohol, and high-alcohol content beverages.

Category 4: Flammable Solids

This category includes substances that are spontaneously combustible or that emit flammable gases when in contact with water. It is further divided into three smaller groups:

  • Division 4.1: Flammable solids, such as metal powders or substances that ignite upon temperature changes. Most of these substances are prohibited from being transported by aircraft.
  • Division 4.2: Substances liable to spontaneous combustion, such as white phosphorus.
  • Division 4.3: Substances that emit flammable gases upon contact with water.

Category 5: Oxidizing Substances and Organic Peroxides

This category is divided into two groups:

  • Division 5.1: Oxidizing substances.
  • Division 5.2: Organic substances containing oxygen. Strict temperature control is required for this category.

Category 6: Toxic and Infectious Substances

This category is divided into two groups:

  • Division 6.1: Toxic substances, such as pesticides.
  • Division 6.2: Infectious substances, including viruses that can cause diseases in humans or animals. These substances require laboratory testing and handling.

Category 7: Radioactive Materials

This category includes medical devices such as X-ray machines, scanners, and some equipment used in the petroleum industry.

Category 8: Corrosive Substances

This category includes items such as batteries, accumulators, and acids.

Category 9: Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods

This category includes dangerous goods that do not fall into the previous eight categories, such as dry ice, vehicles, motorcycles, engines, and lithium batteries.

Maximum Weight Allowances for Dangerous Goods Transported by Air

  1. Explosives: The net mass must not exceed 250 kg in total.
  2. Magnetic Materials: The transport weight should be below 2,000 kg, ensuring proper packing of opposing magnetic poles and appropriate shielding to minimize magnetic field effects.
  3. Vehicles: Apart from IATA regulations, certain requirements must be met:
  • No fuel in the tank.
  • Wet batteries must be removed from the vehicle and packed separately
  • Electrical power must be disconnected from the engine, and the tires must have reduced pressure.
  1. Radioactive Materials: Only transport is allowed for empty packaging and type A packaging. The maximum index per package should not exceed 3, and the total index per flight should not exceed 10.
  2. Dry Ice: The quantity of dry ice must be limited in each cargo hold. It should not be placed on live animals or near live animals.

With such strict classification, IATA aims to ensure the highest level of safety and security for humans and the environment during air cargo transportation. However, consumers also need to be aware of these regulations and pay attention to the labels identifying dangerous goods to avoid difficult or dangerous situations when using these products.

If you need to transport dangerous goods by air, please contact Vietjetair Cargo, one of the reputable and professional cargo transportation companies in Vietnam. We are committed to providing safe and compliant transportation services for dangerous goods according to IATA regulations, ensuring fast and efficient delivery. Contact us now for advice and support regarding the transportation of dangerous goods.