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GMC is a privately held enterprise owned by a number of founders who are the well-known businesspersons in the sector of wood processing industry in Vietnam.

The company headquarters is located in the heart of the industrial parks in Thuan An District, Binh Duong Province (which is 23km from Ho Chi Minh City, and 7km from Thu Dau Mot City). Currently, it has two factories with more than 400 workers, generated annual revenues ranging from 5 to 10 million USD, and proudly ranked 39th in the Fast500[1] in 2012.

Business activities

  • Primary processing of wood; Sawing wood; Processing and preservation of wood and wooden furniture products; Production of plywood; Manufacture of other wooden products.
  • Civil construction; Housing construction; Construction engineering works; Industrial Construction; Installation of wooden furniture in construction.
  • Buying and selling beds, wardrobes, tables, chairs; Purchase and sale of timbers; Trading in industrial plant equipment, mining, forestry, and construction.
  • Buying and selling rubber latex.


In 2006, 5 investors with well-established businesses in the industry of wooden furnture manufacturing came to an idea to create a new venture named Giang Minh Co., Ltd. (GMC)[2] to make a difference in the Vietnamese wooden furniture industry.

Established in 2006, GMC constructed 3 platforms (raw material processing, furniture processing, furnishing and packaging factories) and equipped with modern automatic machines while recruiting best workers and engineers in Binh Duong province.

In 2008, it changed its way to becoming a small giant in the industry as the new Board of Management team has improved its management efficiency and production capacity and quality while closely cooperating with new customers to make it a stronger wood processing competitor in the industry.

State of the business

Currently, GMC has produced and exported furniture made from oak and acacia to the EU, UK, US and Australian markets. The US and UK are the new markets for GMC in recent years with rising orders from American and British high-end furniture retailers. With our expertise in processing acacia and oak timbers, the focus on high-quality control, on-time delivery, and our best furniture design team, GMC has made a reputation in its major export markets. GMC’s Board of Management is committed to making long-term and sustainable cooperation with our partners. We focus on the power of employees accompanying with modern machinery and process to meet the growing demand for high-quality furniture in the years to come.

Since 2016, the company has made a greater effort in streamlining organizing, enhancing management, and reducing production costs to sharpen our competitive advantage power while boosting exports to the US and UK markets.

The year of 2019 was our best performance as GMC recorded a revenue of more than USD 35 million and a workforce of more than 1,000 employees and office staffs. 

In 2020, we tried to overcome difficulties successfully in the turbulent time due to Covid pandemic. Now, GMC has developed even faster and bigger. We have constructed 8 brand-new factories and warehouses in the area of 10 hectares so that GMC can meet greater demands which have been shifted from China to Vietnam. 


[1]Vietnam’s fastest growing enterprises (FAST500) was officially released on March 30, 2011, by VietNamNet and Vietnam Report which access and rake 200,000 enterprises within 3 years (2008-2009-2010) in Vietnam.

[2] GMC had registered capital of 500,000 USD in 2006 and was raised every year to 01 million USD by 2010.

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Brief About

Giang Minh Wood Processing Limited Company (GMC) has operated in processing rubber, acacia, and oak timbers to make furniture jointly designed and ordered by foreign retailers and distributors. GMC exports directly or via local intermediary partners to the EU, the UK, the US and Australian markets. Established in 2006 in Binh Duong Province, GMC has the average revenue of USD 35 million and 1,000 employees.