Date: 14th May 2012 at 12.00 noon
Location: Amata Nakorn Chonburi
The BCCT and TCCC are delighted to announce a joint half-day visit to AMATA NAKORN on Monday 14th May 2012.
About Amata Nakorn: Amata is the preeminent name among industrial estate developers in Southeast Asia. Since the early stages of Thailand’s industrialisation, Amata has differentiated itself by providing high quality industrial estates in Chonburi and Rayong in Thailand and Bien Hoa in Vietnam. Amata provides Total Facilities Management for our tenants. To promote an ideal environment for conducting business effectively, Amata subsidiaries provide all required infrastructure and services. Our wide range of services is connected seamlessly; dealing with client’s problems is speedy and effective. Come see what Amata Nakorn has to offer. Police General Chavalit Vodmani, Honourary Chair of Amata, will host you as you enjoy drinks and snacks at the Amata Spring Country Club.
About Triumph: Triumph Motorcycles (Thailand) Limited are a 100% UK owned company that currently operate 3 factories in Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate, Chonburi. Triumph’s first factory in Thailand was opened in May 2002 and was established for the manufacture of motorcycle components including Frames, Fuel Tanks, Header Systems, Swinging Arms, Engine Covers and Chrome Plated Parts. A second factory was opened in 2006 where a wet painting facility and assembly line have been established. A third factory, opened in 2007 includes high pressure diecasting and machining. The company now employs approximately 800 staff in Thailand.
About La-iert Cryogenic Sanitisation: Dry ice cleaning is a superior cleaning method; traditional cleaning methods can seriously interrupt production, impose unnecessary costs, damage equipment, and have long-lasting environmental impact. This causes longer scheduled, and more unscheduled downtime, and increased infrastructure, production and environmental costs. LCS is focused on finding value for its customers through increased production and improved product quality, by increasing the lifetime of equipment through non-abrasive cleaning, and supporting better environmental policies. LCS helps reduce use of environmentally hazardous solvents and lowers dependence on water from Thailand’s limited supply.
The visit schedule is as follows:
12.00 pm – assemble at BCCT office
12.15 pm – bus departing BCCT office
1.15 pm – Arrive Amata Nakorn – coffee/water.
1.30 pm – Welcome and brief Amata video
2. 00 pm – Depart for Triumph
4.30 pm – Leave Triumph for La-iert demo.
5.30 pm – Arrive at Amata Spring Country Club, for cocktails and drinks, complementary from Amata Corporation
7.30 pm – BCCT bus returns to BKK
Member Cost: THB 350
Cost: THB 600 per person including transport (bus), snacks/beverages on the bus and VAT. Those travelling using their own transport may join this event without charge but they must book in advance as a courtesy to our hosts.