The Viet Nam Rubber Industry Group JSC (GVR) reported revenue and post-tax profit of VND7.6 trillion (US$325 million) and VND1 trillion in the first half of this year, up 8.5 per cent and 15.7 per cent year-on-year, respectively.
The figures represent 31.4 per cent of the revenue target and 25.5 per cent of the profit target for this year.
In the second quarter alone, the group earned VND4.2 trillion in revenue and VND744 billion in post-tax profit.
The group has total assets of VND76 trillion and more than VND12.5 trillion of liabilities.
Currently, GVR manages 407,800 hectares of rubber area. The company has 106 subsidiaries and 20 joint venture companies with total investment value of more than VND37.2 trillion.
In rubber latex processing, GVR accounts for more than 35 per cent of Viet Nam's production.
GVR has advantages in developing material plantation and wood processing. The company has 13 factories processing wood products such as medium-density fibreboard (MDF), plywood, refined wood, rubber, of which plywood accounts for 60 per cent of the market supply, MDF accounts for 50 per cent.
Each year, the group can supply nearly one million square metres of artificial wood with high quality products.
Additionally, GVR manages 12 industrial parks with total area of 6,000 hectares. Commercial land for lease accounts for nearly 4,400 hectares.
The group will continue to invest in infrastructure of existing industrial zones such as Nam Tan Uyen, Rach Bap and Tan Binh in the southern province of Binh Duong. It will also develop residential areas and service areas for industrial parks.