For many years, Tin Nghia has been one of the Vietnam’s Top 10 coffee exporters. Notably since 2004, Tin Nghia's coffee export was selectively awarded the Prestigious Exporter by the Ministry of Trade. In view of its stable and prestigious export transactions, the company did obtain trusts from customers in terms of the company’s quality certificates self-issued on shipments without services from independent surveillances.
To meet market demand, take advantage of the abundant supply of Vietnam’s Robusta coffee and increase the value of Vietnamese coffee products, in 2016 Tin Nghia and some other partners invested in an instant coffee plant with capacity of 3,200 tons of products in phase 1, whereby targeting 80% thereof for export and 20% for domestic consumption.
To ensure the stable supply of raw materials for production and export, in 2007 Tin Nghia expanded its coffee business operations to Lao PDR. Currently, Tin Nghia has been implementing projects on developing coffee plantations at Paksong district, Champasak province, located on Bolaven plateau with average altitute of 1,100 m above sea level, where climate and soil is found suitable for Arabica coffee accounting for 99% of the coffee growing area of Laos. In Bolaven plateau, Tin Nghia established two specialized Catimor (of Arabica series) coffee farms:
Paksong 1 Coffee Farm: in area of nearly 400 hectares in Chansavang village and Paksong district, all filled with cultivated area.
Paksong 2 Coffee Farm: initial area of about 183 ha in Nong Khuong village, Paksong district. The farm developed 137 ha of coffee, of which 2011 grew 53 ha on cultivated land. In 2012 crop, the farm filled full land areas, i.e. 137 ha in aggregate, assigned by the local government.
In addition to coffee, Tin Nghia also develops its import business engaging animal feeds, plastic granules, steel, LEDs, etc…
In 2015, Tin Nghia Corporation was selected by the People's Committee of Dong Nai Province, the Donafoods Equitization Steering Committee to become a strategic investor in Donafoods upon equitization with the ownership ratio of 54% to support the business operation of this company, known as Dong Nai Agricultural Products and Foodstuff Processing Export-Import Joint Stock Company (Donafoods) (see details ...)