About Katoen Natie Thailand Eastern Seaboard
Katoen Natie Thailand manages more than 190,000 m² of warehouse space on two multi-customer terminals:
– Thailand Automotive Supply Center (TASC)
– Eastern Seaboard Distribution Center (EDC)
These distribution centers are located in the strategic locations of Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (ESIE) and Hemaraj Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (HESIE), respectively In Pluak Daeng and Rayong.
• General warehousing
• Free zone warehousing
• Build to Suit – cold storage
• Build to Suit – GMP warehousing
• Specially built logistics terminals for: Automotive, Consumer goods, Industry and Specialty chemicals
21 years experience
Established in 1999
190 650 m²
Working with 250 employees
Types of warehouses
Qualified National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standard, Automatic fire sprinkler system, hoses and hydrants, fire dection system- smoke sensors, 10-12 meters clear ceiling height, 5-10 tonne / m² floor loading capacity , modern truck loading bays with dock leveler and truck restraint system
Located in the strategic locations of Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (ESIE) and Hemaraj Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (HESIE), respectively In Pluak Daeng and Rayong
Value proposition of Katoen Natie Thailand - Eastern Seaboard
The size of the large multi-customer platform enables Katoen Natie to create synergies between different operations on the same site. Not only synergies in terms of productive personnel, but also in terms of equipment, ICT, and management team. Because of the different types of operations on these multi-customer sites, Katoen Natie succeeds in optimizing the use of the surface and the warehouses. The use of our own WMS system for most operations on the same site (and also worldwide) enables a smooth and flexible start-up of new operations.
A solid base of skilled labour is available in the area. Katoen Natie employs almost 250 people at this site. Our operations are staffed with well-trained permanent and temporary employees, who can switch from one operation to another in order to manage the various peaks.
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