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About Red Deer

A Vietnamese steel construction pioneer since 1993, Red Deer is one of the leading independent steel structure fabricator and manufacturer in the Asia-Pacific region, supplying and installing steel structures for businesses and major industries across Vietnam and Asia.

Underpinned by a portfolio of high quality guarantee, Red Deer seeks to deliver long-term value to customers.

Red Deer’s foundations are based on safe, products’ high quality, sustainable operations and working together with our customers, governments and business partners. Partnering with popular global companies such as Hitachi Zosen (Japan), Bluescope (Australia) and an extensive infrastructure position, Red Deer is committed to supplying the domestic markets, improving technologies and driving value and performance from its existing operations.. 

In South-East and Eastern Asia, Red Deer’s business continues to grow through the successful delivery of key projects in Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan and Australia, and through various other opportunities. 

Steel structures will continue to play an important role in meeting the growing regional demand for new factories and other infrastructures. Red Deer, through its abundant resources, strong infrastructure position and skilful employees and workers is well-positioned to benefit from this growing demand profile.



Our company has a long, robust history, which began in 1993 when our founder decided to name his small mechanical workshop Red Deer. Since then, we've always retained our founders' spirit, grit, innovation and perseverance.

Over the years, we joined and cooperated with other companies, each with their own history, strengths and character. We've grown from a local small mechanical workshop to one of major companies in Vietnam. Red Deer subsidiaries conduct business in Vietnam and other Asian regions. Throughout, we've retained our fundamental purpose: to provide the best products as well as excellent customer care.

Historical Highlights
1993 - 2000:
2000 - 2010:
2010 – 2015: