Jakob Saigon

In 2003 Jakob Rope Systems started the production of its wire rope nets in Vietnam. In 2007, we established our first own factory, which quickly reached its spatial limits as the company grew. In 2019, we forged a new path with the construction of our second factory. Jakob Rope Systems is responding to the environmental impact of a growing industry. The design of our factory is intended to set new standards for industrial architecture.

Facts and figures

Location: Jakob Saigon Ltd.
Foundation: 2007
New construction: 2019
Employees: around 600 employees
Manufacturing: Webnet, frames, architectural ropes and stainless steel components
Total area: around 30,000 m2
Energy supply: 100 % from photovoltaics


In order to reduce energy consumption and emissions, Jakob relies on a construction principle of naturally ventilated rooms and green facades for the new factory in Vietnam. Ropes and stainless steel nets from the company's own production are used.

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We also take care of our environment in Vietnam. We use energy and resources as sustainably as possible. Our factory has photovoltaic systems, energy-efficient air conditioning systems and innovative technologies.

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Our employees in Vietnam enjoy working conditions that are unique in the region. With a modern infrastructure, break and recreation facilities, further training, fair pay and good social benefits, we are a responsible employer.


In Vietnam we manufacture ropes, nets and stainless steel components. Our manufacture here produces the products Webnet and Frames. We manufacture our stainless steel components in series or project-specific as individual components in order to subsequently pre-assemble them into assemblies.