Nam Son – exporter of homeware handicrafts from Vietnam
Introduction Nam Son – exporter of homeware handicrafts
With a concentration on seagrass and water hyacinth, Nam Son is a Vietnamese exporter of homeware and home decor handicrafts. We offer consumers a variety of items like baskets, hampers, rugs, wall hangings, and serving trays produced from natural materials.
To support global sustainable development, we make sure that every one of our goods is created from natural resources. As all of our suppliers carry the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) Certificate. We also make sure that they are adhering to the global initiative to grant ethical workers’ rights to the artisans.
Our firm values are built on the principles of quality, effectiveness, transparency, and trust. If you share these same beliefs, we would be delighted to collaborate with you to provide your consumers high-quality handcrafted goods.
Who makes our products?
Our goods are made by hand by artisans in Vietnam’s traditional craft communities, whose skill sets and methods are varied and distinctive. The skill has been passed down from one generation to the next. Vietnamese artists are highly skilled and passionate.
Additionally, they are the farmers that cultivate and collect the water hyacinth and seagrass that serve as the basis for our handicrafts. We try our hardest to use materials that are natural and locally obtained in our products, to promote small, local businesses, and to use native patterns in our designs.
The goal of Namson – exporter of homeware handicrafts is to give Vietnamese craftsmen the chance to have decent jobs, support their families, and thrive in their communities, regardless of their gender, race, or region.
In addition to supporting local craftsmen, our goal is to promote and preserve high-quality, sustainably produced Vietnamese handicrafts while preserving the value of traditional Vietnamese workmanship.
How we help our artisans and farmers – exporter of homeware handicrafts
We support raising local farmers’ and craftspeople’ incomes. Women with children who work as full-time or seasonal weavers and have an average age of 49. They weave the majority of Namson’s products. Despite their physical and familial limitations, we hope to give these women social and economic empowerment. We also give farmers of seagrass, water hyacinth, and corn husk a reliable source of revenue.
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