Panasonic signed a contract with ESACO to distribute products under National brand such as Radio from the South to Central Vietnam.
Provided technical supporting services for Vien Dong Radio Company
Panasonic was officially present in Vietnam as Vietnam National Company (NAVINACO) in HCMC
Panasonic established the first representative office in HCMC.
Established Matsushita Electric Vietnam (MEV) – a joint venture with Viettronics Thu Duc, in HCMC. Later changed name to Panasonic AVC Networks Vietnam company (PAVCV).
Established Matsushita Home Appliances Vietnam (MHAV), at Thang Long 1 IP, Hanoi. Later changed name to Panasonic Appliances Vietnam company (PAPVN).
Established Panasonic Vietnam as Holding company (PV), at Thang Long 1 IP, Hanoi.
Established Panasonic Communications Vietnam, at Thang Long 1 IP, Hanoi. Later changed name to Panasonic System Networks Vietnam company (PSNV).
Established Panasonic Sales Vietnam (PSV, Sales & Marketing division of Panasonic Vietnam).
Established Panasonic Electronic Devices Vietnam, at Thang Long 1 IP, Hanoi. Later changed name to Panasonic Industrial Devices Vietnam company (PIDVN).
Established Panasonic R&D Center Vietnam (PRDCV), in Hanoi.
Established Panasonic Risupia Vietnam in Hanoi (PRV).
Established Panasonic Appliances Vietnam branch in Hung Yen.
Established Panasonic Eco Solutions Vietnam company (PESVN), now change to Panasonic Life Solutions Vietam (PLSVN), in Binh Duong.
Established Panasonic Insurance Service Vietnam Co., Ltd (PISVN), in Hanoi.
Established Panasonic Solution & Innovation Center Vietnam, at Thang Long 1 IP, Hanoi.
Panasonic Eco Solutions Vietnam now changes to Panasonic Life Solutions Vietam (PLSVN), became sales and manufacturing company.
History of Panasonic
The history of Panasonic goes back to when Konosuke Matsushita founded Matsushita Electric Housewares Manufacturing Works in 1918. See how the company evolved and developed into one of the leading electronics companies in the world today.
The Panasonic Museum aims to pass on Konosuke Matsushita's lofty goal, and the products, technologies and passion of its predecessors; the museum was established for everyone, to pass on the "heart" of Panasonic to future generations.