Lego has announced plans to build a new manufacturing operation in Vietnam to keep up with growing demand for its products in Asia, BBC reported.
The toymaking giant said it will invest more than $1bn (£760m) in the project, which will be near the country's main business hub of Ho Chi Minh City.
The firm has seen double-digit growth in the region since 2019.
Construction on the site is due to start next year, with plans to match its energy consumption with solar panels on its roof and on a nearby farm.
Production at the plant is set to begin in 2024 and is expected to create up to 4,000 jobs over the next 15 years.