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Introduction
Company name: Son Ha Sai Gon Joint Stock Company
2.Address: 292/5 Thoi Tam Thon 6, Thoi Tam Thon, Hoc Mon Dist.Ho Chi Minh City
3.Phone: +84 8 3710 0101
4.Fax: +84 8 6251 1989
5.Website:Click Here
6.Email: support@sonhasg.com.vn

Son Ha Joint Stock Company was formerly known as Saigon Branch Metal Co., Ltd. The Son Ha, operating under the business registration certificate No. 4112015079 May 27, 2004 by the Department of Planning and Investment of HoChi Minh City. The company converted to a joint stock company model and operating under the business registration certificate No. 0307526635 by the Department of Planning and Investment of Ho Chi Minh City on 04 January 03, 2009. During operation, the company has 09 times the Department of Planning and Investment of Ho Chi Minh city supplement, change business registration certificate to match the performance of the Company.
After more than eight years of development, from a stainless steel tank manufacturer, Son Ha Saigon oriented investment strategy to expand in technology manufacturing plastic tanks. To this day, Son Ha Saigon has become one of the leading companies in the field of production sinks in Vietnam. These products are sold to end-use or sold to businesses to use these products for the manufacturing process, their business. Company's products are distributed over the range from Central to South through more than 80 distributors and over 10,000 dealers / stores.
Son Ha Corporation Saigon is currently engaged in the production and business in the location
-Office and factory in: 292/5 Hamlet Three East 2, Thoi Tam Thon, Hoc Mon District, Ho Chi Minh City.

 

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