Tags : Production


AstraZeneca and Siam Bioscience speeding up COVID-19 vaccine production

BANGKOK, April 28 (TNA) – AstraZeneca Co and Siam Bioscience Co are speeding up their COVID-19 vaccine production in Thailand and are confident of delivering it to Thais in June. James Teak, president of AstraZeneca (Thailand) Co, said Siam Bioscience received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to produce AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine. With the […]Read More


Thailand should reduce rice production: DFT

BURIRAM, 10 May 2016 (NNT) – The Department of Foreign Trade has raised concerns for over production of Thai rice, despite confirmation that rice exports for this year will be able to hit a previous forecast of 9.5 million tons worth 5.05 billion US Dollars. Foreign Trade Director-General Duangporn Rodphaya said that for the first […]Read More


Political turmoil erodes SME confidence in Thailand

BANGKOK, 2 May 2014 (NNT) – According to TMB Analytics, Thailand’s SME confidence index in the first quarter of this year has dropped to a new low due to the ongoing political crisis. TMB Analytics said that the index plummeted to 37.6 points, down from 40.9 points in the previous quarter, which is the lowest […]Read More


Toyota Motor Thailand suspends production on April 5

Toyota Motor Thailand has joined the private sector’s effort to help the government save electricity on April 5, with the announcement that it will suspend the production on the day. “Referring to the government’s concern over possible power blackout or brownout at some areas, on April 5 when power reserves will fall to the lowest […]Read More


Flood-hit Japanese businesses in Thailand to stick around

BANGKOK, 29 February 2012 (NNT) – The Japanese Chamber of Commerce (JCC) in Bangkok has estimated that the overall Thai economy will recover quickly from the flood devastation during the first half of 2012 while reporting that only 8% of Japanese businesses have been relocated elsewhere. Chairman of the Japanese External Trade Organization in Bangkok […]Read More


Nearly 100% of Ayutthaya plants resume operations

AYUTTHAYA, 4 February 2012 (NNT) – The flood-hit industrial estates in Ayutthaya Province are signaling full recovery from the flood disaster as most of the plants there have resumed their operation. Many factories located in Hitech, Bang Pa-in, Rojana, and Saharattananakorn industrial estates have resumed their full production, enabling the affected staff to work again. […]Read More


Honda to resume production in Thailand next month

BANGKOK, Feb 1 – Japanese automaker Honda will resume production at its Ayutthaya assembly plant, north of Bangkok, in March, a top company executive said Wednesday. Pitak Pruittisarikorn, executive vice president of Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co said the firm is installing machinery and testing systems at its assembly plant in the Rojana Industrial Estate, hit […]Read More


Toyota partly resumes production in Thailand

Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. on Monday partly resumed production of sedans and pickups at three plants after the worst Thai flooding in decades forced them to temporarily shut down in October due to supply chain disruptions. Toyota’s three plants located in Samut Prakan and Chachoengsao were not flooded but suspended operations on October 10 […]Read More