Australian importers keen on Vietnamese textiles and footwear

VOV.VN - Vietnamese garment and textile exports to Australia continued to grow by more than 27.9% to US$358.4 million during the initial 10 months of the year, while leather and footwear products witnessed impressive growth of 41.05% to US$353.7 million.

To further promote the export potential of these products, the Vietnam Trade Office in Australia recently attended the 2022 International Sourcing Expo held at the Melbourne International Exhibition Center in Victoria.

This is the largest annual international exhibition in Australia, featuring the presence of roughly 400 businesses from 20 countries.

A variety of products from Vietnamese textile and garment enterprises were on display at the event, with the majority of domestic brands coming from the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association (Vitas).

Many importers visited the Trade Office’s booths and showed a keen interest in high-quality Vietnamese products.

The Vietnam Trade Office in Australia also organised an exhibition to introduce local garment and textile products via digital platform Vietnamsourcingexpo.com, attracting the participation of dozens of businesses from November 17 to 25.

Nguyen Phu Hoa, head of the Vietnamese Trade Office in Australia, emphasised that involvement in the two exhibitions will help local firms to seize additional opportunities as they gain access to the Australian market.

He emphasised that through these events, Australian businesses are looking forward to seeing a greater presence of Vietnamese products in their market, which is considered to be a centre for textile and leather production in the region.

The Vietnam Trade Office in Australia will therefore continue to conduct trade promotion in an effort to further strengthen connectivity among Vietnamese suppliers and Australian importers.

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