Inauguration of the new Arburg premises. From right: Andrea Carta, Ratree Boonsay and Dr Alexander Raubold, counsellor economic and commercial affairs of the German embassy in Bangkok. (Photo courtesy Arburg.)
Inauguration of the new Arburg premises. From right: Andrea Carta, Ratree Boonsay and Dr Alexander Raubold, counsellor economic and commercial affairs of the German embassy in Bangkok. (Photo courtesy Arburg.)

Injection molding specialist Arburg has opened new premises in Samutprakarn, Thailand.

‘We are very proud to have the largest Arburg showroom in Southeast Asia because of the new premises,’ said MD of Arburg Thailand Ratree Boonsay, who has managed the subsidiary since its foundation in 2001.

‘The positive development over the past decades confirms that we chose the right path and that our continuous investments in the important Asian market have paid off,’ added director of overseas sales Andrea Carta.

Arburg in Thailand was initially been managed by a representative office of Arburg Pte Ltd, In 2001 Boonsay took over the management of the newly founded subsidiary.

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