“Contributing to the success of our customers in Vietnam”
Introduction Peja Vietnam
Peja Vietnam opened its first Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City in 1992 and shortly after that, in 1994 Peja opened its Representative Office in Hanoi. Peja Vietnam is engaged in the sales, service and marketing of machinery and related technical products in the following sectors:
- Textile industry
- Agri-food industry
- Food processing industry
Since its establishment 30 years ago Peja Vietnam has gained a vast experience for doing business in Vietnam. This has nowadays resulted in Peja being the official representative in Vietnam for an unique combination of leading machine building companies from different countries around the globe. Its extensive list of references has contributed to Peja Vietnam being a reputable and known company among leading industries in Vietnam.
The company pays special attention to providing adequate after sales service to its many customers in Vietnam. Peja services also include contracting, financial engineering and project management. The machinery Peja supplies are known for low cost of ownership, high efficiency and durability.
1937On 13 September Peter Burgers and Jacob Stenfert founded a new company in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. By taking the first 2 letters of both their first names, the company Peja was born. They start to import household appliances from Germany. During the 2nd World War these imports ceased abruptly and activities were shifted to other product lines such as bakery ingredients and timber.
Shortly after the 2nd World War Peja established their first contacts abroad, in effect with East European countries. This from their head offices in Arnhem, in the eastern part of The Netherlands. Peja engaged in barter transactions and counter purchases. These counter purchases led in the fifties to the development of own import and distribution into The Netherlands for a selective range of East European products, such as electric motors, tool making machinery, agricultural machinery etc.
Peja continues to grow and expand its operations and offices in Eastern Europe. Peja is being reorganized, the various export and import activities are transferred into independent subsidiaries under the parent company Peja Holding N.V.
It was during this period of time that the wide experience Peja gained in contracting and financial engineering for export of machinery and other capital goods became known throughout the Dutch industry and financial institutions. As a result major Dutch companies like ABN Bank, Holec, Stork, AKZO, Heineken and Van Ommeren became shareholders in Peja and/or started to cooperate with Peja in the Eastern European markets.
From their brand new Head Offices in Arnhem, Peja paid during the eighties special attention to expanding the operations to other continents, including Africa, Asia and the Middle East and gained a considerable know-how for implementing projects in these countries as well.
After the collapse of the Comecon in the late eighties, Peja export activities were taken over by Stork while the import activities were restructured and a partner ship with a Chinese manufacturer was established. Under the name of OMEC this company is to date a major importer of electric motors in the E.U. market. The export activities to the Eastern European were restructured following the new market requirements after the collapse of the Comecon.
Peja started fact finding visits to Vietnam and opened its first Representative Office in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam in July 1992.
Peja (S.E.A.) B.V. was established and acquired the Vietnam activities from Stork. From their Head offices in Arnhem, The Netherlands, Peja (S.E.A.) B.V. focuses solely on the Vietnam market for export of capital goods and related technical products. This in selective sectors.
Peja moves into the new offices in Me Linh Point, Ho Chi Minh City. Peja extends its cooperation as a representative in Vietnam with world-leading machinery suppliers and the business in Vietnam continues to grow in each of the different sectors. The installed base of machinery is growing steadily.
Monfongs and Picanol partner with Peja and as such Peja becomes major supplier of finishing and weaving machinery for the Vietnam textile industry. Peja’s organizational structure is changed, business units are formally set up.
Peja moves into the new offices in Asia Tower in Hanoi and establishes a separate Service Business Unit focusing on its renewed strategy to enhance its service capability.
Peja, established in 1992 in Vietnam, celebrates its 25th anniversary. Peja moves into the new offices in Worc@Q2 in Thao Dien, Ho Chi Minh City, and establishes Peja Vietnam Co. ltd. to strengthen its local presence in Vietnam.
Peja, established in 1992 in Vietnam, celebrates its 30th anniversary.