German businesses are seeing Vietnam as an attractive destination for investment (photo: Le Toan) Wolfgang Schmitz-Heinen, CEO of Witte Holding GmbH, visited Vietnam for the first time recently to look for opportunities to start a business here. Witte is a family-run global company in the printing business that specialises in printing secure and self-adhesive labels for various applications including the automotive and electronic industry. “We want to expand abroad more than before and are analysing different countries, and we got the opportunity to join this business delegation organised by the OAV-German Asia-Pacific Business Association to Vietnam. We are impressed from south to north there, and would like to follow this track to see what is possible for us. I have ideas, but we have to check now the circumstances to ensure that everything we have to do is carried out properly, but we will do it fast,” he told VIR. “What I learned in these last few days is that almost every industry could use labels. I think we will make contact at first with German companies already in Vietnam which are clients of ours in places like Germany and Mexico to get more information before making any conclusions.” Witte… Read full this story
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