Awwwww, I’m a bit scared about the packaging factory in Vietnam

Posted November 29, 2018 06:29:17 The packaging factory for the country of Vietnam is the best.

It makes quality packaging for its customers and their own business, and also sells it to other countries.

Here’s how it works: The company’s head, Dong Huang, says he knows what it’s like to make the product, but that he didn’t expect it to be so well-known.

Dong Huan says he wanted to make sure his factory would have a name that would be understood by the Vietnamese.

The Vietnamese call the factory the “Papa’s factory,” after his wife, and he has said the company is the “world’s biggest manufacturer of plastic bags.”

“I don’t think I could have imagined that when I started making my own plastic bags, the people would still want to buy it,” Dong Huuang told The Washington Post.

The company is located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s third-largest city, and is based in the small city of Ho Chi Phong.

It employs around 10,000 people, and makes bags for more than 1,200 companies.

The plant is so popular that a local TV station has filmed Dong Huanguong telling his customers, “I want to give you my factory!”

The packaging industry in Vietnam has grown tremendously in the past 20 years.

Since 2004, the country has seen an influx of more than $20 billion in investments, and the number of manufacturers has doubled to more than 300, according to the Vietnam Economic Development Commission.

The number of plastic bag factories has grown from a few dozen in 2004 to more like 300 now.

Dong has made the factory his entire life, and said he has worked in a factory for 10 years.

He said his wife has always been involved in the production, and they have been working together for 15 years.

Dong said he wanted the factory to be well-respected in Vietnam, but also wanted it to have a good reputation.

Dong says he has been working in Vietnam for more that 10 years, and that he has always enjoyed the job.

“It’s not easy to do things here,” Dong said.

“I have no idea how to work, or how to do my job.

He said he also wanted to have people understand the product he made, and not just people who would buy it. “

There are people here who want to do it, and I think they have something to offer us.”

He said he also wanted to have people understand the product he made, and not just people who would buy it.

He added that he was confident that his product would be well received.

“The more people who are going to buy my bags, then we’ll have a better product,” Dong told the Post.

He told the newspaper that he would start to work at the factory again soon.

He plans to expand his factory in the future, and hopes to make another 500,000 bags a year.

In 2016, the government of Vietnam began requiring that all bags made in the country be labeled with a label that is consistent with the law.

In addition, the company’s packaging is inspected by the country’s government.

In 2018, the Vietnamese government ordered the company to stop selling the bags in the market.

The Post asked Dong about the decision and he told the paper that the government had no right to make it.

But Dong said the government has done little to support him and his factory, and it did not give him a chance to speak out.

“My wife doesn’t know what’s going on, so I just put my head down and keep working,” Dong, who told the Vietnam newspaper, said.

He continued, “When I got sick, I asked her to help me get medical help.

I was worried, but she helped me.”

Dong Huangs wife also works in the company.

He has not been able to take the job because he’s under contract to the Vietnamese state.

He says that he is hoping to take another job in the government.

Dong told The Post that he’s working on a new product, and plans to start production soon.

Dong, a father of two, said he feels fortunate to have been able help his family grow.

“You don’t know if you’re going to be able to do something.

I have two young children, so we’re all just trying to make our way through this,” Dong says.

“We want to make some good memories with our family.”