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  • 1. Thailand’s Aircraft Service and Maintenance Hub
  • 2. THAILAND: Excellent Aircraft Service and Maintenance Hub Aviation activity in Thailand has grown rapidly over the past few decades. Thailand’s popularity as an international tourist and even medical tourist destination has kept the sky filled with aircraft from every corner of the globe. Thailand has become a regional a service and maintenance center for refueling, repairing, maintaining and refitting aircraft. As a result, Thailand has become a major player in aircraft maintenance industry. Thailand experienced steady growth of air passengers over the past several years. Air passenger movements in Thailand grew at an average annual rate of 4.4% during 2005-2010. In the first quarter of 2012, Suvarnabhumi International Airport – one of the major international airports in Thailand – was ranked the world’s 7th busiest airport in passenger throughput with 14.6 million passengers, a significant increase from its ranking of 16th in 2011. It was also ranked 20th in the world for cargo traffic, with 1.3 million metric tons in 2010. As cargo and passenger volumes continue to accelerate, investment opportunities in the aircraft maintenance industry are becoming more lucrative. Air Passenger Movements in Thailand 2005-2010 Passenger 70,000,000 60,000,000 50,000,000 40,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 0 2005 2006 2007 Domestic 2008 2009 2010 International Source: Airport of Thailand PLC (AOT) and Department of Civil Aviation (DCA)
  • 3. According to The Boeing Company, passenger air travel in the Asia Pacific region grew at the highest rate in the world during the last few decades and is expected to have strong growth this year. Travel volumes in the Asia Pacific region overall are large and are growing rapidly, and currently account for about 27% of global travel. The Boeing Company forecasts air travel for the Asia Pacific region to grow at a compounded average annual rate of 6.9% over the next 20 years. Furthermore, Boeing estimates a market of the Asia-Pacific region of about 8,960 new airplanes worth US$1.13 trillion for the 2009 to 2028 period. Air travel for the Southeast Asia region is projected to grow strongly at a compounded average annual rate of 7.4% from 2010 to 2030. Additionally, the Thai government has approved a project to establish an aerospace industrial estate in Thailand as a regional aerospace repair hub. The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) is currently in the process of setting up industrial estates with the Transport Ministry for aerospace repair in Nakhon Ratchasima province. Major Thai airlines include Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways, Thai AirAsia, Nok Airlines and Orient Thai Airways. More than half of the aviation activity in Thailand is undertaken by these five airlines. Additionally, Thailand’s six major international airports enhance the potential growth for the aviation industry.
  • 4. Thailand Aircraft Traffic in 2011* Total Movement Airport Suvarnabhumi Passenger Aircraft Movement % Change Freight (Ton) Passenger Aircraft Movement Freight (Ton) 47,800,585 288,540 1,359,166 12.48 10.22 3.91 Don Mueang 3,972,876 47,508 7,175 44.01 41.38 5.79 Chiang Mai 3,680,390 30,800 20,187 15.63 12.32 -0.39 Chiang Rai 805,842 5,804 3,775 11.27 1.58 40.75 Hat Yai 1,834,568 13,678 14,503 25.23 23.05 9.28 Phuket 8,206,405 55,110 29,764 20.73 19.46 3.74 Note: *Fiscal year 2011 (Oct 2010-Sep 2011) Source: Airport of Thailand (AOT) Suvarnabhumi International Airport has significantly boosted the growth potential of the aerospace industry in the Kingdom with a capacity to service 45 million passengers per year, 3 million tons of cargo and 76 flights per hour. Since Suvarnabhumi exceeded its annual capacity with 48 million passengers in 2011, it has planned further development to accommodate the increasing number of passengers. This development will be able to support 80 million passengers per year until 2019. Don Mueang International Airport has reopened for both domestic and international flights. At present, Don Mueang Airport serves general aviation, state aircraft, military aircraft, government aircraft, pure technical landing and pure charter flights. In 2011, Don Mueang Airport served 47,500 flights, 7,000 tons of cargo and almost 4 million passengers, a 44% increase from the previous year. Chiang Mai International Airport is the major gateway to northern Thailand and currently the third busiest airport in Thailand. In 2011, the Chiang Mai Airport serviced almost 4 million passengers, a 16% increase from the previous year. In the same year, a total of 30,800 flights and 20,000 tons of cargos were handled at this airport.
  • 5. Mae Fah Luang-Chiang Rai International Airport is located in Chiang Rai province in northern Thailand, about 10 km from the city centre. In 2011, it served almost 6,000 flights, more than 800,000 passengers and nearly 4,000 tons of cargos per year. Hat Yai International Airport is located in southern Thailand, 9 km. from downtown Hat Yai. In 2011, Hat Yai International Airport served almost 13,700 flights, 14,500 tons of cargos and passenger movement at this airport increased 25% from the previous year to 1.8 million passengers. Phuket International Airport is the second busiest airport in Thailand. Passengers at Phuket International Airport in 2011 numbered around 8 million, a 21% year-on-year increase. In the same year, Phuket International Airport serviced 55,000 flights and 30,000 tons of cargos. THAILAND: An Excellent and Expanding Market Thailand aircraft, aircraft parts and components’ market has shown strong growth. In 2011, the value of Thai aircraft parts and components imports increased more than 300% from the previous year, a testament to the rapid growth of the aircraft industry in Thailand. Imports and Exports of Aircraft Parts and Components, 2011 HS Code Description Imports Exports (US$ million) (US$ million) 1,744.78 1,432.98 118.53 437.84 10.33 33.55 88 Aircraft, spacecraft and parts 854430 Ignition wiring sets & other wiring sets for vehicles and aircraft 700721 Laminated safety glass for vehicles and aircraft 401130 Pneumatic tires new of rubber for aircraft 9.82 79.59 840710 Aircraft engines 3.38 7.89 840910 Parts for spark-ignition type aircraft engines 2.30 28.12 401213 Retreaded pneumatic tires, of rubber, of a kind used on aircraft 0.42 16.68 940110 Seats for aircraft 5.89 0.11 Source: United Nations Trade map
  • 6. In 2011, aircraft, spacecraft and parts (HS code 88) was Thailand’s largest aircraft import sector, with imports valued at US$1.7 billion, a 400% increase from the previous year. Major import markets of aircraft, spacecraft, and parts were France (39%), Sweden (26%) and the US (18%). Thailand’s major aircraft, spacecraft and parts import market, 2011 17% 18% 39% 26% France Sweden The US Others Source: United Nations Trade map The Thailand aircraft and parts market has grown significantly. The government has promoted the aerospace sector including production and repair of aircraft and its parts to receive several benefits from the Board of Investment (BoI). These factors attract new investment projects to Thailand. Rolls-Royce, one of the well-known aerospace suppliers, recently made plans to expand its production hub of aerospace parts to Thailand. Rolls-Royce also cooperates with Kasetsart University in the research & development of skilled workforce.
  • 7. Excellent Aerospace Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Center Situated in the heart of Asia, Thailand is gearing up to become a full service hub and major player in the region’s multi-billion dollar a year aircraft maintenance industry. Thailand has the infrastructure in place for repair services, including overhaul of aircraft engines, and is already a major hub for the electronics and electrical appliance (E&E) industry, which opens opportunities for cluster development of avionics and communications equipment. Price, quality and service define Thailand’s E&E industry, which has made the country the world’s largest manufacturer of data storage devices, and a major exporter of consumer electronics. And with the addition of Ducommun’s manufacture of high performance and high reliability commercial microwave switches, the benefits to aircraft maintenance have become even stronger. Aerospace Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) companies and organizations in Thailand include Thai Airways International, SAMTHAI, Thai Aviation Industries, Triumph Aviation Services Asia and Eurocopter.
  • 8. Thai Airways International THAI technical department of Thai Airways International Public Company (THAI) is one of the leading maintenance centers in Asia with more than 45 years experience in the air and on the ground. THAI’s Aircraft Component/ Accessory Repair Department received the “Requalifier Identification Certificate” from the US Department of Transportation (DOT). The certification signifies the quality of THAI’s aircraft emergency equipment maintenance process. THAI has three maintenance centers located at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueang International Airport and U-Tapao International Airport. The centers service aircraft belonging to other airlines in addition to THAI aircraft. 1. Suvarnabhumi base: THAI technical department offers modern line and light maintenance services. THAI maintenance center, covering an area of 190,400 m2, including 24,300 m2 hangar, is the largest hangar in Southeast Asia. It can simultaneously accommodate three extra wide-body aircraft such as the Airbus A380. The aircraft maintenance center does operate by strictly followed rules and regulations as required by international organizations including the Department of Civil Aviation of Thailand. Capabilities in Suvarnabhumi include technical support for small aircraft up to B747 & A380 series, landing gear change, wheel & brake workshop, sheet metal workshop, painting shop, NDT shop, welding shop, emergency shop, tools & equipments repair workshop, GSE workshop, A-check and C-check for A380 and MCC to handle all problem of line maintenance. Facilities in Suvarnabhumi include • 3 Bays for A-380 size aircraft hangar • Size: length 270m. X width 90m. X height 45m. • 26,100 m2 of Maintenance apron • 21,450 m2 of Office & Building • 19,872 m2 of Aircraft spare parts store • 5,315 m2 of Workshop • 4,833 m2 of GSE
  • 9. 2. Don Mueang base: THAI technical department has almost 50 years of experience with structural, hydro-mechanical, engine, instrument, radio, electronics and avionics overhaul for all Airbus A300-600, A310, A330 and Boeing B737, B747, B777 series. Total area facilities are 170,000 m2 including • 5 Hangars (6 Bays) of B747 size with full support system for wide body aircraft • 1 bay of B737 size or equivalent • 20,000 m2 of apron area • 46,100 m2 of workshop • 29,000 m2 of spare parts storage area • 100,000 lbs and 150,000 lbs thrust computerized engine test cell 3. U-Tapao base: Facilities at U-Tapao, 125 km southeast of Bangkok, has 240,000 m2. THAI Technical Department at U-Tapao offers heavy maintenance services for both C-CHECK and D-CHECK on 3 aircrafts simultaneously, being 2 wide-body aircraft and 1 small aircraft type. The facilities include: • 24,000 m2 of wide-body aircraft maintenance facility (twin hangar) • 43,000 m2 of aircraft parking • 1,409 m2 of Management and training offices • Others – workshop, storage space, canteen and water treatment facilities. SAMTHAI Scandinavian Aircraft Maintenance Co., Ltd. (SAMTHAI) was founded in 2009 as a subsidiary of SAM AERO AS. SAMTHAI has entered into a joint venture with Thai Aviation Industries, the main task for the partnership is planning, developing, building and running of an Aviation MRO & Centre of Excellence in the Bangkok area. SAMTHAI has also signed an agreement with the Directorate of Aeronautical Engineering (DAE) to support & supply the Thai Royal Flight, Royal Thai Air Force, Royal Thai Army and Thai Police with spare parts for numerous aircraft & helicopter types through Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) Canada. SAMTHAI is also cooperating with Geven to supply and install new seating for Thai International Airways aircraft.
  • 10. Thai Aviation Industries Thai Aviation Industries (TAI), established in 2003, is an aircraft repair and maintenance service center in Thailand including: • aircraft repair services center • two maintenance services centers for light plane and aircraft for flight training • tool and measurement testing and calibration center • piston engine repairing division • propeller repairing division • aviation electronics repairing division TAI’s major shareholders are The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion (OSMEP) and the Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) welfare, owning 51% and 49%, respectively. TAI has more than 400 experienced engineers and aviation technicians from the Royal Thai Air Force. Triumph Aviation Services Triumph Aviation Services - Asia (TASA) stands as Triumph Group’s Asia-Pacific aftermarket services headquarters and a Single-Source Service Center for all commercial aviation across the region. TASA was specifically designed, built and staffed to have the capability to provide repair and overhaul service to a broad mix of products and customers. TASA’s in-house capabilities include full APU diagnostics, test and certification, rotating group balancing, curvic grinding, NDT, piece part machining, paint application, sheet-metal repair, and full pneumatic, electric, and fuel accessory repair and test. TASA Capabilities include:
  • 11. • • • • • • • • Auxiliary Power Units (APU) and Related Accessories (LRU) Engine Nacelle Components Including Thrust Reversers, Nose Cowls and Fan Cowls Accessory (LRU) Support Composites & bonded Airframe Structures Core APU & Piece Part Repairs Structural repairs Aircraft Accessories Eurocopter The Eurocopter group was founded in 1992 with the merger between the helicopter divisions of Aerospatiale-matra (France) and Daimler Chrysler Aerospace (Germany). The Eurocopter group is now a subsidiary owned 100% by The European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company (EADS), one of the largest aerospace groups in the world. Eurocopter provides wide range of helicopter services including maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO), spare parts, training and full technical assistance to customers. Eurocopter has opened a maintenance centre in Thailand, and their main activities are helicopter maintenance and training for Thai pilots and technicians. Eurocopter is currently applying for a BOI investment promotion. Others aviation related & support companies in Thailand Owing to rapid growth in Thailand aviation, many leading aviation corporations are benefitting from the the robust and lucrative growth in the sector as the country’s aviation industry takes off towards even higher profits. Other aviation related companies in Thailand are following.
  • 12. Ducommun Technologies (DTI), a California based company, produces structural and electronic components and subassemblies for a wide range of aircraft. In Thailand, DTI has a manufacturing facility in Saraburi province to produces commercial microwave switches to service the growing demands in the international markets. C s Weston SEA, a private company wholly owned by Weston EU, has manufactured for complex precision components and related assemblies for the aero-engine, aero-structures and aircraft interiors industries. Its 3,250 m2 facility is located in Chonburi province. A o f c Primus International Bangkok, a Tier II integrator of aircraft parts and assemblies, is the industry leader in swaged tubular products and wire rope mechanical cables. Primus is also an industry leader in high technology composites including acoustically treated engine liners, aircraft structures and medical applications. In Thailand, Primus’ products include machined parts, composite parts, and assemblies. W S c Driessen Aircraft Interior Systems, part of Zodiac Aerospace, specializes in designing, manufacturing, and marketing high quality galleys, galley equipment and cargo equipment. Driessen’s manufacturing facilities in Lamphun and Samutprakarn province specialize in galley, galley parts, airline products, trolley and trolley parts. Leistritz, a German company, was founded in 1905. Leistritz has manufactured turbine blades for aircraft and rocket engines, gas and steam turbines. Leistritz is a global supplier of components for the international aero engine and power generation industry. A e a a a a t A
  • 13. l n s e Leistritz has signed a manufacturing agreement with Rolls-Royce, a global power systems company. Leistritz established a manufacturing base in Chonburi, Thailand for the forging of compressor blades to be as a Tier II supplier of Rolls-Royce. d , d Aeronautical Radio of Thailand (AEROTHAI), a state enterprise under the Ministry of Transport and Communications, was founded in 1948 with the approval from the Royal Thai Government to provide air traffic control and aeronautical communication services for airline operations. d e y d , With more than 50 years of experience, AEROTHAI has provided Air Traffic Services and related services with recognized international standards to both civilian and military flights. AEROTHAI has expanded its business in the aviation industry, especially in the Asia region. This business expansion includes: • Air Traffic Service and related services • Communication Network Services • Airline and Airport Communication Services • Flight Inspection Service n t d y d z r Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) was corporatized from a state enterprise to be a public limited company in 2002. AOT is a leader of Thailand’s airport business operator. AOT’s main business lines are managing, operating and developing airports. AOT has strong experience and excellent expertise in airport operation management including airport development planning and airport improvement to meet required international standards and to be able to respond to various clients’ needs. AOT had 6 international airports under its administration include Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Don Mueang International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, Chiang Rai International Airport, Hat Yai International Airport and Phuket International Airport.
  • 14. Why Thailand Thailand is a major hub of airline services and aircraft maintenance. Thailand offers many advantages for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of aircraft and components. These include: Competitive skilled workforce supply Currently, over 200,000 people are employed in Thailand’s aviation sector. Indeed, the well-qualified, but extremely affordable workforce is a considerable attraction for many investors. Over 60 public and private engineering institutes across the country are accredited by the Council of Engineers offering 20,000 engineering graduates each year. In 2010, Thailand had approximately 120,000 graduates in science, technology and engineering. Moreover, there are many curriculums in aerospace engineering and technology in Thailand. Below are a select few: Civil Aviation Training Center • Bachelor of Engineering in Aviation Engineering Program (AEE) • Bachelor of Technology in Aviation: Air Traffic Management Program (ATM) • Bachelor of Technology in Aviation: Airport Management Program (APM) • Bachelor of Technology in Aviation: Air Cargo Management Program (ACM) Kasetsart University • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aerospace Engineering • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aerospace Engineering and Business Administration (International Program) • Bachelor of Science Program in Aviation Technology Management • Master of Engineering Program in Aerospace Engineering We chose Thailand to set up our first production facility outside the US because of the quality of its workforce, favorable laws and central location in Southeast Asia. -Joseph C. Berenato, Chairman and CEO, Ducommun Incorporated-
  • 15. t Chulalongkorn University • Bachelor of Engineering program in Aerospace Engineering (International Program) King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aerospace Engineering • Master of Engineering Program in Aerospace Engineering e s y Thammasat University: Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT) • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Mechanical Engineering - Aerospace Assumption University of Thailand • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aeronautic Engineering - Multi-crew Pilot License (MPL) - Commercial Pilot License (CPL) - Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Suranaree University of Technology • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aeronautical Engineering Southeast Asia University • Bachelor of Engineering Program in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
  • 16. The incentives were one of the main reasons why Primus chose Thailand to expand production in Asia. The BOI was very supportive throughout our planning and the process to get our license approved. Also, the geographic location, a large export manufacturing base and low cost skilled labor were important factors in Primus choosing Thailand. We are happy with the quality and work ethic of the employees we have hired. -Douglas P. Fletcher, CFO of Primus International Bangkok-
  • 17. Strong Business Climate Thailand’s economy is one of the fastest growing in Asia. According to the World Bank, Thailand was ranked 16th in the world and 2th in Southeast Asia in terms of ease of doing business in 2011. Thailand Excellent Infrastructure and logistics systems Thailand has an advantageous geographical location in Southeast Asia, a convenient route through the east-west and north-south corridor makes it easy to access all nearby countries including Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia and Singapore. Thailand provides world-class infrastructure, including Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airports, Laem Chabang —a leading deep-sea port—, extensive road networks, rail links all over the country and modern communication facilities. Thailand’s Trade Liberalization Thailand, as a signatory to free trade agreements with various countries, including Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan and members of ASEAN, extends trade opportunities into many parts of the globe. Furthermore, the establishment of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 will expand the market of Thailand to the 10 member states of ASEAN that collectively comprise a market of 600 million consumers. The AEC will serve as a massive single market that is fully integrated into the global economy. The AEC will open new doors to manufacturers by transforming ASEAN into a region with free movement of goods, capital, services, investment and workforce.
  • 18. Attractive Investment Incentives Thailand Board of Investment offers a wide range of fiscal and non-tax incentives for investments based on location. Tax-based incentives include exemption or reduction of import duties on machinery and raw materials, and corporate income tax exemptions and reductions. Non-tax incentives include permission to bring in foreign workers, own land and take or remit foreign currency abroad. Additionally, foreign businesses are entitled to 100% ownership. As part of the BOI’s policy to promote sustainable development, investments in the manufacture, repair or modification of aircraft, including aircraft parts and equipment or onboard equipment are eligible for maximum incentives, Projects submitting applications within 2012 are eligible for exemption of import duties on machinery, an 8-year exemption of corporate income tax with no cap, an additional 5-year 50% reduction of corporate income tax on net profit, a 10-year double deduction of transportation, electricity and water supply costs, and deduction from net profit of 25% of investment in infrastructure installation and construction costs, in addition to normal capital depreciation. For further information: Thailand Board of Investment (BOI): www.boi.go.th Department of Civil Aviation (DCA): www.aviation.go.th Aeronautical Radio of Thailand (AEROTHAI): www.aerothai.co.th Airport of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT): www.airportthai.co.th
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Head Offices OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF INVESTMENT 555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: +66 (0) 2553-8111 Fax: +66 (0) 2553-8222 Website: www.boi.go.th Email: head@boi.go.th ONE START ONE STOP INVESTMENT CENTER (OSOS) 18th Floor, Chamchuri Square Building, 319 Phayathai Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 (0) 2209-1100 Fax: +66 (0) 2209-1199 Website: osos.boi.go.th Email: osos@boi.go.th Contact Us ONE STOP SERVICE CENTER FOR VISAS AND WORK PERMITS 18th Floor, Chamchuri Square Building, 319 Phayathai Rd., Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel: +66 (0) 2209-1100 Fax: +66 (0) 2209-1194 Email: visawork@boi.go.th INVESTOR CLUB ASSOCIATION (ICA) 12th and 16th Floor, TP&T Building, 1 Soi Vibhavadi-Rangsit 19, Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Lad Yao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Tel: +66 (0) 2936-1429 Fax: +66 (0) 2936-1441-2 Website: www.ic.or.th Email: is-investor@ic.or.th Regional Offices CHIANG MAI Regional Investment and Economic Center 1 Airport Business Park 108-110, 90 Mahidol Rd., Muang, Chiang Mai 50100 Tel: +66 (0) 5320-3397-400 Fax: +66 (0) 5320-3404 Email: chmai@boi.go.th SONGKHLA Regional Investment and Economic Center 5 7-15 Chaiyong Building, Juti Uthit 1 Rd., Hadd Yai, Songkhla 90110 Tel: +66 (0) 7434-7161-5 Fax: +66 (0) 7434-7160 Email: songkhla@boi.go.th NAKHON RATCHASIMA Regional Investment and Economic Center 2 2112/22 Mitraphap Rd., Muang, Nakhon Ratchasima 30000 Tel: +66 (0) 4421-3184-6 Fax: +66 (0) 4421-3182 Email: korat@boi.go.th SURAT THANI Regional Investment and Economic Center 6 49/21-22 Sriwichai Rd., Makhamtia, Muang, Surat Thani 84000 Tel: +66 (0) 7728-4637, +66 (0) 7728-4435 Fax: +66 (0) 7728-4638 Email: surat@boi.go.th KHONKAEN Regional Investment and Economic Center 3 177/54 Moo 17, Mitraphap Rd., Muang, Khonkaen 40000 Tel: +66 (0) 4327-1300-2 Fax: +66 (0) 4327-1303 Email: khonkaen@boi.go.th PHITSANULOK Regional Investment and Economic Center 7 3rd Floor, Thai Sivarat Building, 59/15 Boromtrilokkanat 2 Rd., Naimuang, Muang, Phitsanulok 65000 Tel: +66 (0) 5524-8111 Fax: +66 (0) 5524-8777 Email: phitsanulok@boi.go.th CHONBURI Regional Investment and Economic Center 4 46 Moo 5, Laem Chabang Industrial Estate, Sukhumvit Rd., Toongsukhla, Sriracha, Chonburi 20230 Tel: +66 (0) 3840-4900 Fax: +66 (0) 3840-4999, +66 (0) 3840-4997 Email: chonburi@boi.go.th Overseas Offices BEIJING Thailand Board of Investment, Beijing Office Royal Thai Embassy, No.40 Guang Hua Rd., Beijing 100600 P.R.C. Tel: +86-10-6532-4510 Fax: +86-10-6532-1620 Email: beijing@boi.go.th FRANKFURT Thailand Board of Investment, Frankfurt Office Royal Thai Embassy, Bethmann Str. 58, 5.OG 60311 Frankfurt am Main Federal Republic of Germany Tel: +49 (0) 69-9291-230 Fax: +49 (0) 69-9291-2320 Email: fra@boi.go.th GUANGZHOU Thailand Board of Investment, Guangzhou Office Investment Promotion Section, Royal Thai Consulate-General, Room 1216-1218, Garden Tower, 368 Huanshi Dong Rd., Guangzhou 510064 P.R.C Tel: +86-20-8333-8999 ext. 1216-8, +86-20-8387-7770 Fax: +86-20-8387-2700 Email: guangzhou@boi.go.th LOS ANGELES Thailand Board of Investment, Los Angeles Office Royal Thai Consulate-General, 611 North Larchmont Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Los Angeles CA 90004, U.S.A. Tel: +1-323-960-1199 Fax: +1-323-960-1190 Email: boila@boi.go.th SEOUL Thailand Board of Investment, Seoul Office #1804, 18th Floor, Coryo Daeyungak Tower, 25-5, Chungmuro 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-706, Korea Tel: +82-2-319-9998 Fax: +82-2-319-9997 Email: seoul@boi.go.th SHANGHAI Thailand Board of Investment, Shanghai Office Royal Thai Consulate-General, 15th Floor, Crystal Century Tower, 567 Weihai Rd., Shanghai 200041, P.R.C Tel: +86-21-6288-9728-9 Fax: +86-21-6288-9730 Email: shanghai@boi.go.th STOCKHOLM Thailand Board of Investment, Stockholm Office Stureplan 4C 4th Floor, 114 35 Stockholm, Sweden Tel: +46 (0) 8463 1158, +46 (0) 8463 1174-75 Fax: +46 (0) 8463 1160 Email: stockholm@boi.go.th SYDNEY Thailand Board of Investment, Sydney Office Suite 101, Level 1, 234 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia Tel: +61-2-9252-4884 Fax: +61-2-9252-2883 Email: sydney@boi.go.th NEW YORK Thailand Board of Investment, New York Office 61 Broadway Avenue, Suite 2810, New York, N.Y. 10006, U.S.A. Tel: +1-212-422-9009 Fax: +1-212-422-9119 Email: nyc@boi.go.th TAIPEI Thailand Board of Investment, Taipei Office Taipei World Trade Center, 3rd Floor, Room 3E 39-40 No.5 Xin-Yi Rd., Sec. 5 Taipei 110, Taiwan R.O.C. Tel: +886-2-2345-6663 Fax: +886-2-2345-9223 Email: taipei@boi.go.th OSAKA Thailand Board of Investment, Osaka Office Royal Thai Consulate-General, Bangkok Bank Building, 7th Floor, 1-9-16 Kyutaro-Machi, Chuo-Ku, Osaka 541-0056 Japan Tel: +81 (0) 6-6271-1395 Fax: +81 (0) 6-6271-1394 Email: osaka@boi.go.th TOKYO Thailand Board of Investment, Tokyo Office Royal Thai Embassy, 8th Fl., Fukuda Building West, 2-11-3, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Japan Tel: +81 (0) 3-3582-1806 Fax: +81 (0) 3-3589-5176 Email: tyo@boi.go.th PARIS Thailand Board of Investment, Paris Office Ambassade Royale de Thailande, 8, Rue Greuze, 75116 Paris, France Tel: +33 (0) 1-5690-2600-1 Fax: +33 (0) 1-5690-2602 Email: par@boi.go.th
  • 20. www.boi.go.th 555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand Tel: +66 2553 8111 Fax: +66 2553 8222 E-mail: head@boi.go.th BOI 2013