IEAT Launches Secondary Logo, AMATA's Chairman Joins Panel Discussion

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Mr. Narin Kalayanamit, Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) presided over a ceremony to unveil a new logo “IEAT Elevation” to be used as a supplementary logo. At the event, Mr. Vikrom Kromadit participated in a talk show on the topic of “Transforming Thai Industry to Global Sustainability” alongside Dr. Veeris Ammarapala, IEAT Governor and executives, discussing and exchanging ideas on how to elevate the country’s industry and how to keep up with changing global trends. IEAT’s new secondary logo has three pairs of infinity symbols that reflect IEAT’s role to elevate Thailand’s industry to meet international levels in sustainable manner and to convey a new modern image of the organization. It also reflects the advanced vision of IEAT with reinvented services and developing working methods, and its key mission to support the industry and responsibility towards the environment and communities.

Photo: Dr. Veeris Ammarapala, IEAT Governor

Photo: Mr. Vikrom Kromadit, Chairman AMATA Corporation PCL., joins via online call

Photo (second and third left): Dr. Veeris Ammarapala presents a gift of appreciation to Dr. Viwat Kromadit, Chief Technical Officer and Chief Executive Officer - Industrial Estate Thailand

IEAT is state enterprise operating under Thailand's Ministry of Industry charged with the development and management of industrial estates in the country; with the mission to develop land, infrastructure and facilities for business activities that support manufacturers and service providers while maintaining sustainable growth and safeguarding the environment. AMATA's industrial estates are reviewed and monitored by IEAT. The cooperation between industrial estate developers and IEAT brings significant advantages to companies on these estates, including the right to own a 100% freehold interest in the land upon which the property is located.


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