Over two decades of establishment and development, Ha Linh Bamboo and Rattan Company has become one of the leading enterprises in exporting handicraft products of Vietnamese craft villages to international markets such as: USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and some other countries. Since then, Ha Linh has contributed to introduce the beauty of art, a long-standing culture, and the quintessence of Vietnamese handicrafts with friends in all over the world.

Products of Ha Linh Rattan are favored by international customers due to their functionality and aesthetics, by understanding and meeting the current needs of international customers, which is towards a close and friendly life and friendly with nature.

We provide eco-friendly products to customers all over the world.

In manufacturing process of our products, we only use sustainable, locally available, easy-to-renew, easy-to-grow, easy-to-harvest raw materials…. (such as seagrass, water hyacinth, rattan….)

In the finishing process, we study the production process with the minimum steps, thus using less energy, cause less waste, and less impact to the environment.

We create a safe, efficient, friendly working environment for factory workers, free to express their thoughts and creative ideas.

By linking production with households in craft villages not only in Chuong My district, but also in other provinces such as Hoa Binh, Phu Tho, Nam Dinh, Thai Binh, Thanh Hoa, Nghe An… Ha Linh company has been contributing to maintaining and developing traditional craft villages that are facing the risk of being lost, thereby maintaining cultural identity and preserving the values ​​of traditional craft villages of Vietnam for generations, to develop the local economy, create stable jobs for many poor laborers in rural areas, who have few opportunities to access jobs, help them have a better life, contribute to poverty alleviation.

With many efforts and contributions to the handicraft industry, Ha Linh Company proudly received the Certificate of Merit from the Minister of Industry and Trade in 2011; Merit from Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee in 2017, and entered to TOP 10 of “Hanoi’s key industrial products” in 2019.