Large Belgian robotics firm to set up factory in Vietnam

Vietnam has long been an attractive destination for foreign investors, especially tech and automation companies. Observing the trend, a world-leading Belgium-based start-up in robotics has been preparing to penetrate into the country.



Engineers at Zorabots, a world-class unicorn start-up in robotics, are assembling robots that will later be sent to schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and airports around the world. All work is done in Belgium. But, in a few years’ time, it will be carried out in Vietnam, according to the company’s CEO.

Zorabots was founded by two tech enthusiasts, Fabrice Goffin and Tommy Deblieck, in 2011. The company now has branches in the US, Canada, Australia, and Africa, serving customers all over the world.

Zorabots is currently working with Vietnamese partners to enter the market as soon as possible.

In addition to Zorabots, there are many other large companies in the world arriving in Vietnam, reflecting the effectiveness of the country’s policies on investment attraction in recent times./.