Artpresto Vietnam Co., Ltd, a member of Japan’s Bandai Namco Group, started construction on a packaging factory on February 14 in the northern province of Ha Nam.
Artpresto packaging factory, located in Chau Son Industrial Zone, has total investment capital of 5 million USD.
Once operational, the factory will have an output capacity of nearly 40 million packaging products per year.
Speaking at the groundbreaking ceremony, General Director of Artpresto Vietnam Co., Ltd Urano Masahiro said the factory was expected to complete the supply chain of high quality products for the Japanese and Vietnamese markets while creating jobs for hundreds of local workers.
Bandai Namco is one of Japan’s largest toy, entertainment and video game business groups. It was formed when two big players in the sector, Bandai and Namco, merged in 2005. In 2018, following a long tradition of development, the group decided to expand its investments in Southeast Asia, especially in Vietnam.
Established in 1983, Artpresto Co., Ltd. is charge of packaging design, product design, and printing for the group. Artpresto Vietnam will be the first step in the Bandai Namco Group’s development strategy in the Vietnamese market in particular, and in Southeast Asia in general.