The WHA Industrial Development consists of 11+ industrial estates under operation in Thailand, plus a number under development in Thailand and neighboring country. All strategically located, they allow WHA Industrial Development to hold the largest market share since 2008 to present.
WHA Industrial Development Public Company Limited (formerly known as Hemaraj Land And Development Public Company Limited). WHA Industrial Development now includes the country’s major clusters located in the Eastern Seaboard in diverse industries, such as automotive, petrochemicals, electronics, consumer products and other export sectors. Within the past fifteen years, the Eastern Seaboard emerged as the country’s leading industrial hub, with the National Petrochemical Complex at Map Ta Phut, in Rayong province; the container port at Laem Chabang, in Chonburi province; and major investments in power, water supply, refineries, roads and highways, communications, human resources and other supporting infrastructure.
WHA Industrial Development played an instrumental role in the formation of Thailand’s Automotive Cluster. Today, the WHA Industrial Development hosts several international car brands such as Ford, Mazda, GM, Suzuki, MG by SAIC and Isuzu, together with automotive suppliers that include 32 of the world’s top 100 OEM parts suppliers. Our 829 respective customers have invested over USD 33.1 billion.
WHA Industrial Development solid experience in the development of industrial estates is instrumental in helping to grow WHA’s portfolio of customers and penetrate new markets in neighboring countries, starting with Vietnam through specially-themed industrial estates.
Ford Motor Company (Thailand) Ltd.
- State-of-the-art, highly-flexible passenger vehicle manufacturing facility
- Investment of US$500 million to date (approx. THB 15 billion)
- Initial production capacity of 150,000 units per year
- 85% export, 15% domestic
Suzuki Motor (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.
- Eco Car Assembly
- Ownership: Suzuki Group 100%
- Domestic 50%
- Export 50%
For more information, please visit: www.wha-industrialestate.com