By The Nation
With a building area spanning more than 200,000 square metres, the new facility is located along Bang Na-Trad Road in Chachoengsao’s Bang Pakong district.
The park offers advanced features, such as loading doors, truck yards, automation technology, robotics and smart logistics to facilitate all forms of e-commerce activities and operations. It is expected to enhance the country’s role in cutting-edge distribution system and online trade services.
“The opening of our first WHA E-Commerce Park represents a significant milestone for our group,” said chairwoman and Group CEO Jareeporn Jarukornsakul.
“It reaffirms the strategic role we play in the logistics industry in the EEC [Eastern Economic Corridor], as well as our commitment to support and enhance the development of Thailand’s industrial technologies in the near future,” she added.
With the addition of this park, WHA will control 2.56 million square metres by the year-end in various logistics facilities in the country, including built-to-suit facilities, ready-built factories and warehouses.