Shoes & leather in Ho Chi Minh City – THINH GIA HUY

Information from the Vietnam Leather – Shoes – Handbag Association said that this unit will cooperate with Top Repute Company, to organize the 22nd Vietnam Leather & Shoes Exhibition (The 22nd International Shoe & Leather Exhibition). – Vietnam).

The event will take place from November 16-18, 2022 at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), 799 Nguyen Van Linh, District 7, City. Ho Chi Minh.

Thinh Gia Huy exhibition booth is located at hall B – H12 – SECC


The 22nd takes place in 2022, the first year of the post-Covid-19 period, focusing on displaying and introducing products, raw materials, equipment, machinery, new technologies for the leather – shoes – bags industry and organizations. many related events and side activities within the framework of the exhibition.

The exhibition attracts a large number of visitors and fully converges leading businesses, with world famous brands in the leather & shoe industry from Italy, Germany, Taiwan, Korea, China, Argentina, … and all businesses – the typical representative of the leather & shoe industry in Vietnam.


This is a favorable condition for businesses to directly contact the market, meet, exchange, learn and capture information, display and introduce their products; looking for potential partners and opportunities for investment cooperation, export promotion, market expansion with domestic and foreign customers.

After 2 difficult years and consecutive failure to complete the socio-economic development plan, Vietnam is forecasted to achieve and exceed 14/15 planned targets, including exceeding state budget revenue and economic growth. economy over 8% of GDP compared to the proposed level of only 6.5% in 2022. However, in 2023, many new difficulties and challenges will arise.


In the first 10 months of 2022, production also grew by 17.7% and the industry employment index increased by 20.9% over the same period last year; total export turnover of leather, shoes and handbags increased by over 36% over the same period. Notably, the strongest increase was recorded in South America (47.8%), North America (41.8%), Europe (41.0 %) and Oceania (28.3 %) and Asia (20.2%).

In particular, Vietnam’s leather and footwear exports to the EVFTA, CPTPP, UKVFTA and ASEAN markets also grew strongly, 43.9%, 39.8%, 36.8% and 45.4%, respectively.


Currently, Vietnam has set a target that by 2025, the domestic supply rate of the leather and footwear industry will reach 75-80%, with high value-added products for export production.

Therefore, the results of participating in this exhibition are expected to help summarize, fully and deeply identify the economic context, advantages, difficulties and development trends in the coming time; suggest new and useful solutions, and at the same time create new opportunities and motivations, directly and indirectly support the process of continuing to recover and maintain growth for the entire leather & footwear industry in Vietnam in the coming years.

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