Strategic Thailand Industrial Zone and GMS Area
304 Industrial Park's Location Advantage
Located at the transportation hub to deep seaport, airport, Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima province, a major labour resource zone.
304 Industrial Park is situated in Prachinburi's industrial area , the transportation hub, offers a nearly proximity to Bangkok, as well as, the convenient access to Laem Chabang Seaport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and Nakhon Ratchasima -a major labour resource zone. Situated at 14-20 meters above sea level is another key advantage of our site.
Located among the automobile and electronics manufacturers in Thailand
Moreover, 304 Industrial Park forms part of a large manufacturing complex with many automobile parts and electronic component manufactures only a few hour drives away. This means the park is ideally situated to accommodate growth in both these industries, serving expansion of the local and regional automobile and electronics industries.
Located on Southern Economic Corridor (SEC), served as a gateway to the new investment of Indochina, a part of Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)
Regard to the forming of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) that brings about Thailand the golden location with more economic importance, 304 Industrial Park is same, with potential and readiness of infrastructure, also the location on the Southern Economic Corridor (SEC) that connect us to the capital of Cambodia (Phnom Penh) and Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh). Consequently, to invest with us is the advantage to access the area of new investment of Indochina.
Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS)
The Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) is a natural economic area bound together by the Mekong River, covering 2.6 million square kilometers and a combined population of around 326 million.
304 Industrial Park Location offers great perspective to reach the suppliers and the customer effectively. With the GMS subregion project, the road is surrounding by an extensive network for connecting to Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar and China
What is GMS?
The Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) countries include Cambodia, the People's Republic of China (specifically Yunnan Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region), Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR), Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam.
With support from the Asian Development Bank or ADB, these six countries joined a sub-regional economic cooperation program in 1992 in order to enhance their economic relations.
The GMS Program, with resources and financial support from the ADB and other donors, helps implementing several utmost important sub-regional projects in transport, energy, telecommunications, environment, human resource development, tourism, trade, private sector investment, and agriculture.
The implementation of projects under GMS Program has been progressively advancing since 1992. Vital infrastructure projects, worth approximately $11 billion, are being implemented, and some of which have already been completed. These include, for instance, an upgrade of the Phnom Penh (Cambodia)-Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) Highway and the East-West Economic Corridor (EEC) connecting the Andaman Sea to Da Nang.
Flora and fauna have covered in this sub-region along the Malay Peninsula into Thailand and expanded up on to high mountains of the Himalayas and along broad river valleys as dry deciduous forests as commonly seen in India. After ten million years, abundant unique life forms have evolved on the Cardamom and Annamite mountains of Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Vietnam.
These valuable resources bring about income and sustenance to a vast majority of people in this sub-region whose livelihood depends mainly on agriculture. Various rivers in these areas provide support for agriculture and fisheries, as well as hydropower energy. This energy alternative is being developed and utilized on a sub-regional basis. The lands also yield timbers, minerals, coals, and petroleum. There are remarkable volume of coal reserves and considerable amount of oil and gas reserves in this sub-region, most of which are in Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam. However, these energy resources are still underused.
Processes of transition and transformation have led to modernization and industrialization. As a result, the GMS countries are gradually shifting away from agricultural society and achieving more diversified economies along with more open, market-based systems. Meanwhile, the commercial relations among these six GMS countries are growing significantly especially in cross-border trades, investment, and labor mobility.
With remarkable workforce and natural resources, Mekong region has all advantages that most industries need, and has proved itself to be one of the brightest opportunities for Asian economy
Reference: Asian Development Bank (www.adb.org)