LEGO has begun its construction of its green-invested project in Vietnam

At the ground breaking ceremony of LEGO’s plant in Vietnam (Photo:

The Danish company, LEGO, has begun the construction of its green-invested,1 billion USD project in Binh Duong province, Vietnam.

According to Vietnam Plus, the factory covers an area of 44ha in the Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park III.

In order to meet the standards of LEED Gold, the factory is designed to be neutral carbon facility with solar panels on the roof and a nearby solar power farm, said LEGO CEO Niels B. Christiansen.

Also, other European companies like Denmark’s Pandora, Germany’s DHL Express, and more are interested in investing in green projects in Vietnam.

A few months ago, Pandora decided to invest 100 USD million in building a new facility in Binh Duong as well, reported Vietnam Plus.

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2 Comments on “LEGO has begun its construction of its green-invested project in Vietnam”

  1. Thank you for your kind words Nissi! It’s always meaningful to hear that stories I wrote create an impact on others in some way. And I’ll keep bringing interesting content up for our readers.
    — Kanlayakorn

  2. Hi Kanlayakorn Pengrattana, you did a great job outlining the potential benefits of green investments in Vietnam.

    I think LEGO’s investment is an incredibly positive move toward sustainability, and it’s encouraging to see other European companies following their lead.

    Not only will these projects create jobs and stimulate the economy, but they will also reduce emissions and protect the environment in the long run.

    I am grateful for initiatives like these because they prove that large corporations take environmental issues seriously.

    It would be wonderful to see more companies investing in similar projects to drive sustainability efforts further worldwide.

    Overall, this post has inspired me to take a closer look at the sustainability initiatives of companies in my community.

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