|At the launching event of the TAMDA trade centre (Source: VOV)
Covering over 20,000 square meters, the centre, the third business location of TAMDA FOODS in the European country, aims to provide goods, including made-in-Vietnam, to locals and those living in the border areas with Germany.
Vietnamese Ambassador to the Czech Republic Ho Minh Tuan said he hopes the centre will help general jobs for local people and promote Vietnamese goods.
Ustecky Governor Oldrich Bubenicek recognised the contributions by the overseas Vietnamese community in the Czech Republic, including businesses, to the host society’s socio-economic development.
Meanwhile, Petr Nedvedicky, Mayor of Usti nad Labem city, said the centre will help generate more jobs for locals.
Marek Semanik, a driver at the company, told reporters from Vietnam News Agency that he has been working here for three years and feels very comfortable because of the good working environment and friendly coworkers.
He said he wants to work for long at the company and is able to speak Vietnamese fluently.
According to Director General of TAMDA FOODS Hoang Dinh Toan, 30 percent of the company’s staff workers are locals, the remaining Vietnamese.
At present, the company is serving over 20,000 kinds of goods for overseas Vietnamese and Czech Republic people, 10 percent of which are Vietnamese goods.