Continental Automotive opens Plant in AMATA CITY

Congratulations to Continental Automotive for opening their new plant in AMATA CITY.

According to MD Thomas Chambers, the company still sees Asia as a growth market for Continental.

"We forecast that by 2012, one in two cars of global vehicle production will be produced by Asia. It is undeniable that Thailand's automotive industry is well-established with the one-ton pickup truck as the product champion. We are determined to stay here," said Mr Chambers.

Check out the full Bangkok Post article here.


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