Thu Aug 26 CST (about 2 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Thu Aug 26 1:00am - Thu Aug 26 2:30am
'Smart Electronics Industry and Investment Opportunities' invitation
Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, global demand for various electronic products is increasing. In particular, as a tool to promote the efficiency of various business activities of companies in response to telecommuting and digital transformation, as well as expanding the use of a wide variety of IoT devices by general consumers, each country has set regulations and put in a lot of effort. The market for electronic products and parts is expected to grow steadily in the future, including the spread of electric vehicles (EVs). Thailand is no exception.
In Thailand, where electronic products have long been the top export products in Japan, while companies are being forced to review their global supply chain due to the recent shortage of semiconductor supply, in order to attract semiconductor manufacturing, We have strengthened our benefits to front-end capital and technology-intensive manufacturing industries such as wafer manufacturing. We also provide generous benefits for advanced integrated circuits, IC boards, and printed circuit board projects.
In Thailand, a supply chain consisting of more than 2,500 electrical and electronic companies has already been established through many years of manufacturing by global companies (Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory: EEI). This includes companies that have been very successful, with foreign companies starting their businesses as a joint venture with Thailand and expanding into cutting-edge fields.
In this Web seminar, after giving an overview of Thailand's smart electronics industry, the latest business environment, and the latest incentives for the field that BOI has recently expanded, experience stories from Japanese companies that have already expanded into the field. Will be shared. This is a good opportunity to get the latest information on Thailand as an opportunity to reconsider the supply chain in the electronics field created by Corona.
Mr. Narat Rujirat
President, The Electrical and Electronics Institute, Thailand (EEI)
Mr. Atiboot Petwisit
Investment Promotion Officer, Thailand Board of Investment (BOI)
Mr. Koji Kagiyama
President, Rohm Integrated Systems (Thailand) Co.,Ltd