On August 15, 1995, the company officially obtained a license to establish in a small workshop located in the School Tools factory in Giap Bat, Hanoi. The registered capital of 800 million dong and 64 million dong of actual capital have set the first milestone for the formation and development.
There have been tumultuous years, losses, personnel changes, shareholders withdrawing capital…. In 1998, it was a milestone to remember when Phong Nam had to restructure the company: there were 2 members left and they gave up manufacturing household plastic and switched to industrial plastic production.
From July 2003 the company started from 92 Nguyen Tuan – Hanoi, moved to Lot 40G – Quang Minh Industrial Park and received the premises with a total land area of 16,300 m2.
From April 2004 started setting up the first factory: Quang Minh 1 factory with factory area: 3957.75 m2 (QM1) marking the first breakthrough.
In 2006, the company applied the quality management system ISO 9001-2000.
In 2007, the company started setting up the second factory with an area of 3268.8 m2 (the mold design and manufacturing workshop) opening a new historical milestone in the mold manufacturing industry.
In 2009, the company applied the quality management system ISO 9001-2008.
In 2015, Phong Nam Company started to sign an order to export the first dishes and food trays to Japan.
In 2016, the company officially reached the charter capital after 21 years (1995-2016) from 800 million VND to 28 billion VND and officially shook hands with SINHIROSE COMMERCIAL CO.,LTD headquartered in Fukuoka, Japan. SINHIROSE COMMERCIAL CO.,LTD contributes 15% of the investment capital. Increase the total number of main shareholders of the company to 3 members. .
In 2017, the company set up a third factory (factory QM3) with an area of 6492.75 m2 and put it into operation.
In April 2017, the Company started to apply the quality management version ISO 9001-2015.
In 2017, the company started to apply the first in-mold printing technology (IML) in the north and marked the first breakthrough in the industry of in-mold printing technology for paint cans.
In 2019, the company continues to invest in thermal transfer printing – a Japanese robot synchronous machine to satisfy the needs of customers.