Best Factories in Myanmar

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We found 8 companies

Min Naing Khant Co.,Ltd

Na-9/2, 42nd St, Bet 62nd & 63rd St.Mahar Myaing Qt(2),Mahar Aung Myay Township,Mandalay., Mandalay, Mandalay
We provide excellent service and quality work for Termite and Pest Control. We manufactured the best quality of Rodent bait for Household and Farm use.
 Verified+7  Years with us

CE Store

No.97-A, 2nd Floor, 43rd Street, Botataung, Yangon
Our Company Profile Our CE Myanmar is an industrial supply company which founding of the company in 2014. We deal in Hardware, Electrical, Industrial Chemical, Equipment Products & General Items as pe...
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Two Dimension Trading & Logistics Co., Ltd.

No.(88),2nd Floor(Right), 38st Street, 6st Ward, Kyauktada, Yangon
Two Dimension is a well acknowledged company in Myanmar, founded by well experienced in heavy machinery, food and drugs etc, all related logistical works, like exporting/importing goods and transporta...
 Verified+9  Years with us

Click N' Clean Professional Cleaning Service

Building A Anaw Yatar Housing Hledan, Yangon, Yangon, Yangon
Myanmar’s 1st ever online services to provide one click solution for all your daily needs. Catered for foreigners as we provide English speaking staff Click N' Click will be the leading provider of on...
 Verified+7  Years with us

LIN YE Limited Company

500/1 Bade St, Shulin Dist, New Taipei City, Taiwan R.O.C
LINYE Company Limited are professional manufacturer of PE plastic products, with 650 employees and more than 250 modern manufacturing machinery equipment which were imported from Japan and Taiwan. Our...
 Verified+11  Years with us

Gulf Group of Companies

No.170/176, Bo Aung Kyaw St, #02-203, MGW Tower, Botataung, Yangon

Multi Engineering Trading Co., Ltd

No.4/B, Rm4, 10th Quarter, Parami Rd, Mayaongone Tsp, Yangon, Yangon, Yangon
Hello everyone. We're from MULTI ENGINEERING TRADING CO., LTD that provides products and services to all Industrial Markets. We are on the way to Industrial automation for huge System Integration & Sy...
 Verified+6  Years with us

Sein Diamond Paint Co.,Ltd.

71, 26th St., Lower Block, Ward (1), PBDN
Sein Diamond Paints is a family-run, economic paint production company that has served the growing market of Yangon for more than four decades. Quality and price are always assured at this location. K...

Factories in Myanmar represent a major sector of the country's economy. They are responsible for producing goods and services that are essential to the country's development and growth. Myanmar has a variety of factories, ranging from small cottage industries to large-scale industrial complexes. These factories employ a large and diverse workforce, including both local and foreign workers.

The factories in Myanmar produce a wide range of goods, including clothing and textiles, processed foods, construction materials, and electronics. Many of these factories are vertically integrated, allowing them to produce raw materials, manufacture finished goods, and directly distribute them to consumers. This helps to keep costs low while ensuring a steady supply of goods to the market.

Many factories in Myanmar are owned by foreign companies, which have invested heavily in the country's industrial sector. These companies have helped to create hundreds of thousands of jobs, boosting the economy and providing a much-needed source of income for many people. In addition, these factories have helped to modernize the country, introducing new technologies and processes that have improved productivity and efficiency.

Overall, the factories in Myanmar are a major contributor to the country's economic growth, providing jobs and goods to the people of Myanmar. This sector of the economy has been instrumental in helping the country to develop and progress, and its continued growth will be essential for Myanmar's future prosperity.