Amway Manufacturing Expansion Rolls on with Vietnam Plant

Photo above: Architectural rendering of Amway’s new Vietnam facility.

In the midst of a $375 million manufacturing and R&D expansion, Amway has broken ground on a new NUTRILITE™ manufacturing facility in Binh Duong, Vietnam. The company says it will complete construction on the $25 million facility in 2015.

The Binh Duong site is Amway’s second in Vietnam, where the company has been operating since 2009. The global direct seller is also building four U.S. facilities (two in Michigan and one in California and Washington) that will support its leading NUTRILITE brand, a manufacturing plant in India, and a botanical research and experience center in China. Amway has slated completion of all its ongoing expansion projects by 2016.

Following record sales of $11.8 billion in 2013, Amway is building upon its success in new as well as existing markets. The company recently announced the launch of its business in Kazakhstan, expanding upon Amway’s operations in more than 100 countries and territories.


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