Published On: Fri, Aug 8th, 2014

Trojan’s Vietnam manufacturing facility is on track to help meet growing demand

Trojan vietnamThe Trojan Group has released details of the expansion of its manufacturing facility in Vietnam. The purpose-built additional 20,000 square metres of manufacturing space is on course to be operational by late 2014. Tony Chadwick, Trojan Group’s Managing Director, said, “The need to open a new manufacturing facility is a clear indication of the success of the Trojan brand and the increasing demand for our products.”

Tony is clear about his reasons for expanding the company’s Vietnam operation. “It is vital to us that we keep manufacturing in-house so we can maintain our patented product confidentiality and stringent quality standards. By expanding our operations in Vietnam, we can make the most of the value of the pound over there, helping to protect our customers’ businesses from rising prices and market forces so they can keep control over their costs.”

Trojan has considerable experience managing overseas operations. As well as the existing Vietnam operation, the company also has manufacturing facilities in the form of its Trojan China division. Tony says, “As well as manufacturing in the UK, we also manufacture in the Far East. Trojan China opened in 2006 and Trojan Vietnam first became operational in 2013. The UK team works exceptionally closely with both the China and Vietnam operations so we can harness all the benefits that overseas manufacturing brings.”

As Tony says, the expansion of Trojan’s Vietnam operation is a reflection of the company’s continued and growing success. Product ranges including the stainless steel range have proved themselves incredibly popular in the market, demonstrating that Trojan’s ethos of developing products with tangible feature benefits for fabricators, installers and end users is a recipe for success.