Founded in 1989 and fired by the vision of founder, Thai entrepreneur Vikrom Kromadit, Amata has grown from a tiny entity into an industrial giant with industrial estates covering over 10,000 hectares of land on strategically located sites in Thailand and Vietnam, with more in development in Laos and Myanmar.
|The Amata journey – creating smart industrial cities |
Clients from all over the world, ranging from international giants on the Global Fortune 500 list to mid-sized and smaller companies, have chosen Amata as their preferred partner.
Today, Amata is home to over 1,400 leading and aspiring global companies, creating more than 300,000 jobs, and contributing more than $56 billion to countries’ GDP (estimated 2018 data).
Amata prides itself on leveraging technology, providing integrated industrial real estate solutions, and customer service. Since its inception, the company has strived not only to provide a location for businesses but to create integrated cities with dedicated utilities, infrastructure and facilities and a range of services towards the era of “Smart cities.”
With its numerous achievements in Thailand, Amata is expected to replicate and spread similar models to other countries, especially in Vietnam.
| ||Amata Vietnam celebrates the 20th anniversary |
Amata Vietnam held ceremony on December 18 to celebrate two decades of successful operations in Vietnam.
| ||Amata seeks incentives for Halong |
Thailand’s Amata Group is asking for special incentives from the Vietnamese government for its $1.6 billion industrial park and township complex in the northern province of Quang Ninh province, enabling the complex to be competitive with neighbouring VSIP Haiphong and Dinh Vu industrial parks, both located in an economic zone.
| ||Amata IP, complex expected to start before Tet |
The northeastern province of Quang Ninh has asked Thailand's Amata Group to start constructing the first phase of the high tech industrial park (IP) and township complex before Tet (Lunar New Year) in 2017.
| ||Amata won Quang Ninh’s support for tax proposal |
Thai-backed Amata Group’s proposal on special incentives for its $1.6 billion high-tech park and township complex in Quang Ninh province has received support from provincial authorities.
| ||AMATA to play a part in smart sustainable cities of the future |
AMATA will contribute to global efforts in tackling climate change. It voluntarily took action in 2020 when it set targets to reduce direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions by a total of 5 per cent in 2022 and 7 per cent in 2025.