Most laborers return to work after Tet

As of February 6 ( the tenth day of the first lunar month), most of laborers returned to work in their factories in export processing zones and industrial parks  in Ho Chi Minh City after they reunited with their relatives in the Tet holiday. 

Workers of Doolim Company in Binh Chanh District in HCMC return to work after enjoying the Tet holiday in their homeland (Photo: SGGP)

Before, some companies received bulk orders and shipments of commodities were made displaying good sign for the year of the Rooster 2017.

Workers of Viet Sin Food Company in HCMC’s Binh Tan District began working early to deliver the first shipment in time.

The first shipment of 12 tons of fried fish ball to the Philippines will be delivered as per the contract.

As planned, more than 50 items of processed food such as sausage, smoked chicken, fried fish and ox, spring roll had been delivered to local supermarkets, and stores across the country.

Meantime elsewhere in district 12, over 100 workers of Nam Thuy Car Making Factory were exhilarate because the company won more orders especially two orders from the US and Australian customers.
Furthermore, potential customers who had placed orders promised to have larger orders in the upcoming time.

Over 90 percent of laborers of Hoa My Commercial Service Company in District 10 are in hurry returing to work to complete three orders which had been set before the Tet holiday as the company won additional two orders.

Labor union chairman of Nidec Company Luu Kim Hong said that 3,400 laborers returned to work and the company expects to finish the signed orders.

Tran Cong Khanh, chair of HCMC-based industrial and processing zones, said that companies have had good policies to take care of their laborers’ living condition so most workers have returned to work as schedule. 

By Thai Phuong – translated by Uyen Phuong

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