the meeting were Mr. Tran Van Nam - Member of Party Central Committee,
Secretary of Provincial Party Committee, Head of provincial National Assembly Delegation;
Mr. Tran Thanh Liem - Deputy Secretary of Provincial Party Committee, Chairman
of Provincial People's Committee; Ambassador of India to Viet Nam, Indian
Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City; Vietnam Coffee
Association and customer partners.
Provincial leaders attend the ceremony
is a plant producing cold-drying coffee, with a capacity of
5,000 tons/year, built on an area of 80,000m2 in Vietnam Industrial
Park - Singapore II-A, with a total investment of more than US$65
million providing instant coffee products to the global market.
Tata Coffee Vietnam Co., Ltd. belongs to Tata Group, the
largest multidisciplinary business group in India with annual revenues of over
US$109 billion. It is also one of the largest growers,
processors, exporters of instant coffee in India. Currently,
Tata products have been exported to more than 40 countries around the world.
On behalf of provincial leaders, Mr. Tran Thanh Liem
(left) - Deputy Secretary of Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of Provincial
People's Committee presents flower to congratulate Tata Coffee Vietnam Co., Ltd.
behalf of Binh Duong provincial leaders, Mr. Tran Thanh Liem - Chairman of
Provincial People's Committee highly appreciated the investment project of Tata
Group in Binh Duong. He believed that, Tata Coffee Vietnam
will operate stable soon; providing quality products with
high competitiveness in domestic and international markets; contribute
to promoting Vietnam's coffee industry to grow stronger. Chairman
of provincial People's Committee also wished in the future, Tata
Group and Tata Coffee Vietnam will continue to choose Binh Duong to invest and
expand business production; actively introduce more businesses,
especially investors from India to Binh Duong to participate in investment and
Leaders of Binh Duong province, Tata Coffee Vietnam Co.,
Ltd. and delegates perform coffee beans breaking for coffee plant’s grand
opening in Vietnam