Home Meridian International opens new Vietnam showroom
March 21, 2013-- Furniture Today,
Home Meridian International has opened this new office, showroom and design center in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam — Home Meridian International, parent company of case goods resources Pulaski and Samuel Lawrence Furniture, has opened a new showroom, office and design center in Vietnam.
The facility also will serve sister HMI companies Samuel Lawrence Hospitality and motion upholstery specialist Prime Resources International.
"Our new Vietnam showroom and design center reinforces our business model of a global technology and efficiency-driven organization," George Revington, Home Meridian CEO, said in a statement. "Our commitment is to provide our retail partners with the best product - on time, on-price and on-trend. We are making the product development experience much more efficient and productive, and creating a better experience for our retailers."
High Point-based HMI also has offices in Dongguan and Shanghai, China, and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
"We are truly a global company operating 24 hours a day," Revington said. "Our Asian facilities are focused on supply chain, logistics, orders and finance, and support our U.S. headquarters in daily activities, updates and analysis. We have a total integration of our information systems, providing us with real-time information on all production, shipments and container movements."
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