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King Maha Vajiralongkorn has donated 700,000 pieces of gowns and coveralls to the Thai frontline and key healthcare personnel.
VT Garment is proud to partake in this noble endeavour. #silguardMore
At VT Garment, we are committed to developing our greatest asset, our people. Despite the complications due to social distancing regulations, we still held our Kaizen competition and honour the skills of our team members.In whatever you are doing, be resilient like a bamboo.The foundation of the bamboo is solid, yet it moves and sways […]More
Without QCC, we will not be where we are today. It not only enhances our team members’ problem solving and analytical skills but also fortify teamwork. Today our teams won 2 gold medals and 1 silver medal. We are very proud of their accomplishments.More
Credits to our product development team, it took us only 3 months to receive CE PPE Category 3 certifications for our coveralls and isolation gowns. On 29th July 2020, the Thai prime minister, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, recognised our accomplishment in being a part of a product that is wholly sourced in our kingdom. We are […]More
We have been on a path of continuous development since 2007. Lean competition is held twice a year. Teams from different departments compete for the best lean area.More
Our customers, vendors, stakeholders and employees, are bearing the impending and inevitable effects. Everyone is doing whatever that can be done to mitigate such impacts. To this end, VT Fair Trade committee held an emergency meeting this morning. It was unanimously decided that employees, who were impacted, would additionally receive 500 baht/month for rent. This […]More