Established in 1989, Amata is World's leading industrial city developer. The company's headquarters are in Bangkok, Thailand and its Chief Executive Officer is Vikrom Kromadit. The parent company, Amata Corporation Public Company Ltd has been listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) since 1997.
As Thailand's largest listed conglomerate in the industrial estate sector of SET, the factories in Amata Thailand Industrial Estates contribute close to 10% of Thailand's gross domestic product. Amata has built a strong regional platform which serves a global clientèle of over 1,000 customers. The Amata family includes numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Toyota, BMW, Sony Mobile, Bridgestone, Mitsubishi Electric, Colgate Palmolive, Kao, Daikin, Pepsi-Cola, CanadOil, Sumitomo Rubber and Yokohama Tire Manufacturing.
Amata represents "Eternity" in Sanskrit. The company's founder, Vikrom Kromadit and his management team strive to achieve perfection in the service they render shareholders, clients and partners. With this service oriented philosophy in mind, Amata has embraced a 'Perfect City' developer concept since 1989. Amata's two industrial estates in Thailand, Amata Nakorn and Amata City are situated in the nation's Eastern Seaboard region, an area the World Bank views as one of Asia's most successful large-scale industrial developments.
Amata specializes in planning, developing, managing, and marketing integrated industrial estates. The company strives not only to provide a location for businesses, but to create integrated cities with a range of services designed to support its client companies and the people who work for them. This means there is an international standard road system, a private security system that incorporates support from local police, reliable utilities and waste disposal facilities, well-maintained green areas, and extra perks like a 'Science City' providing technical help and ready built factories for those who want to immediately get up and running. Employees enjoy quality residential and commercial facilities, a 'Financial Street' at Amata Nakorn with numerous banks in close proximity to each other and educational opportunities like the Kasetsart University Laboratory School, Satit Kaset Multilingual School, Suankularb School, a YWCA and the Thai-German Institute. Recreational facilities abound and include the Amata Spring Country Club, a world-class golf course with Asia's only floating green.
Leveraging on its solid track record in Thailand, Amata has established its first overseas integrated industrial estate on 700 hectares in Bien Hoa City, Vietnam. Strategically located on Highway No. 1, connecting the South and the North of Vietnam, Amata City Bien Hoa Industrial park proudly houses multinational corporations with a total investment of well over US$1.9 billion and a total workforce of more than 33,000 workers.
Flagship projects include: