PSL Vietnam

PSL Vietnam plays a significant role in the success of our company’s business practices as our management and operation offices, factories and warehouse are located in one of the world’s biggest cashew export countries.

  • PSL Head office
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • Charmvit Tower, 117 Trần Duy Hưng, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội

  • PSL Representative Office
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • 146 Nguyen Van Troi, ward 8, Phu Nhuan District, Ho Chi Minh City

  • PSL Factory 1
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • No 551, Tan Phuoc Ward, Bu Nho Hamlet, Phu Rieng District, Binh Phuoc Province

  • PSL Factory 2
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • No 60, Tan Hiep 1 Ward, Bu Nho Hamlet, Phu Rieng District, Binh Phuoc Province

  • PSL Bonded Warehouse
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • Tan Cang - Cai Mep Container Terminal, Tan Phuoc commune, Tan Thanh District

  • PSL Cambodia Cashew Farm
  • (+84) 123-456-789
  • 1800 hectare

  • PSL Cambodia Center Purchasing Warehouse
  • (+84) 123-456-789

Warehouse & Factory

PSL Vietnam has a storage capacity in factory of around 28,000 tons of cashew. This is not counting the bonded warehouse that PSL Africa rents in Cai Mep which can also accommodate inventory destined for PSL Vietnam. In fact, PSL Vietnam has guaranteed and unhindered access to the output of the 1,800 hectare farm which yields up to thousands of tons of cashewyear. Hence, PSL Vietnam has the ability of procuring a copious amount of raw materials from both Vietnam and Cambodia during the season thanks to the company’s robust infrastructure in both countries.

Competitive Edges

One of PSL Vietnam’s biggest advantages is the access to a robust and stable supply of traceable raw cashew nuts from PSL Africa and a farm in Cambodia. Thus, PSL Vietnam’s warehouse is always filled to the brim that allows us to ensure the stability of raw materials for processing stages at our factories. Furthermore, PSL Vietnam has been one of the pioneers in adding further value to the processed cashew products and selling them under its private label brand with different varieties and origins.

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