Tradewin Expands to Vietnam!

Posted by Marko Vuksanovic
Blog originally posted on 27/03/2024 07:45 AM


2023 was a good year for trade in Vietnam. According to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam, the import and export goods turnover in Vietnam reached 683 billion USD, with a trade surplus of 26 billion USD, more than double that in 2022.

Over the past few years, we have observed an increasing need from our customers relating to challenges they faced in Vietnam. So, announcing that Tradewin has expanded our services to Vietnam will likely be the highlight of 2024 for me.

Our consulting practice, located in Hanoi, will be led by Hong Son Nguyen. He is a seasoned customs and trade professional with over 25 years of experience working for Customs, in-house trade compliance, and as a director within the consulting industry. I am confident that Son’s diverse expertise will elevate our network of global consulting practices.

The Vietnam practice will cater to a wide array of advisory and trade compliance support services, including Customs and trade planning, classification support, Customs valuation, FTA analysis, Customs audit support, dispute resolution, AEO and licensing support, etc.

If you have experienced any challenges in Vietnam regarding customs and trade or if you simply have any queries, please reach out to us. We look forward to helping you.

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Topics: Asia, About us

Blog originally posted on 27/03/2024 07:45 AM

Marko Vuksanovic

Written by Marko Vuksanovic

As Principal of Tradewin in the Asia Pacific region, Marko manages Tradewin’s practices in Australia, Singapore, Thailand, Korea, China, Hong Kong and India. Prior to joining Tradewin, Marko worked in several capacities in the logistics industry including managing freight forwarding and customs operations. Marko has years of trade compliance experience and adding value to supply chains through various duty mitigation methods, involving Tariff Classification, Tariff Concession Orders, Valuation, Duty Drawback, Free Trade Agreements, and industry assistance schemes. Marko also assists clients in understanding the complexities of customs and trade compliance, and implementing programs to mitigate and manage associated risks, including AEO/Trusted Trader programs. Marko is a licensed Customs Broker in Australia and is fully accredited by the Department of Agriculture & Water Resources. He holds a Bachelor of International Business from the University of South Australia.