Great news for those who want to learn to become interpreters and translators. ข่าวดีสำหรับผู้ที่ต้องการเป็
Paiboon Publishing, the first online interpretation and translation school for Thai speakers is open for registration this week.
Paiboon Language Academy (PLA) was founded by Benjawan Poomsan, a well-known author of dozens of Thai language books and apps to teach foreigners to speak Thai.
Her products are widely used by English speakers because of their quality and affordability. She has been a professional interpreter and translator in the US for over 20 years.
สถาบันภาษาไพบูลย์ (Paiboon Language Academy หรือ PLA) ก่อตั้งขึ้นโดยเบญจวรรณ ภูมิแสน นักเขียนชื่อดังที่แต่
There is much need for Thai interpreters in the US and in the countries where many Thai people live. Even in Thailand, interpreters are in great demand in business meetings, conferences and the court system, where communication problems exist.
Many Thai people all over the US have requested that Benjawan teach them to become interpreters because they had no idea what to do, or where to begin.
In the past 10 years, she has trained her friends, single moms and stay-at-home housewives to become interpreters and translators.
Many of these women now make a good income and no longer have to work in Thai restaurants or traditional Thai massage shops.
Benjawan has teamed up with her qualified interpreter friends to teach interpretation and translation courses online and also a general English online course.
Our goal in the general English course is to help Thai people anywhere in the world become better at speaking and using English so they can communicate and work effectively with the global community especially our ASEAN neighbors.
Now with online technology, PLA can bring this knowledge to the Thai people in Thailand and other countries to become professional interpreters and translators and to improve their English skills at an affordable price.
Students will be happy with the quality of the content and the quantity that we are offering.
Please visit our website for more information. กรุณาเข้าชมเว็บไซต์ของเราสำหรั
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The French landing gear MRO provider has started construction of a new facility in Chonburi, Thailand.
The 12000 m2 facility will employ up to 300 employees, and represents an investment of over 30 MUSD.
“We found Thailand to be a great choice due to its central location in Asia, its infrastructure, ease of doing business and workforce quality. Thailand will become our regional customer support hub for Asia-Pacific. Our objective is to deliver quality and customer service of the highest standards in the region to support our customers’ operations. We aim to have our facility fully certified and ready to ship to our customers by the first quarter of 2020.”
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Japanese motor Company to push forward with locally led manufacturing of best-fit products to quickly respond to customer needs in close proximity
Under this new setup, Hino will be constructing a new center in Bang Bo, Samutprakarn Province to consolidate and strengthen our product planning, development, and production functions for best-fit products in ASEAN.
The site has an area of roughly 400,000 sqm. Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2019 with operations to begin in 2021.
The new center will consist of the new plant’s production area, and a development area centered around a test track. The total investment amount is expected to be roughly 11.5 billion yen.
Operations to begin in 2021
Once the factory begins operation in 2021, we will first start off by producing vehicles for the domestic Thai market, and expect to begin supplying ASEAN best-fit vehicles to other emerging markets by roughly 2024.
Hino Motors, Ltd. (HQ: Hino City, Tokyo, President & CEO: Yoshio Shimo; hereafter “Hino,”) and Hino Motors Manufacturing Thailand, Ltd. (HQ: Samrong, Samutprakarn Province, President: Somchai Pleankaew; hereafter “HMMT”), our manufacturing company in Thailand, in order to achieve our vision of “Corporate strategy 2025” and enable us to respond to customer needs in close proximity, will be taking steps in Thailand, one of our key centers of operation, to accelerate our efforts to strengthen our business foundation in ASEAN.
By newly appointed Mr. Somchai Pleankaew, who has an exceptional career background with Hino, to president of HMMT, we will be creating an organizational setup that will enable us to drive our business in a locally led manner.
Mr. Somchai Pleankaew, who assumed the office of president of HMMT as of Feb 1 has this to say:
HMMT will put all of our effort to make this project successful in order to enable the growth of our company. Our aim is to serve all customers to their greatest satisfaction by providing the best-fit products and total support customized for each vehicle.
In addition, as a center of Monozukuri, including product planning, development, and production, as well as Total Support in ASEAN, Hino Thailand will collaborate and go forward with Hino in ASEAN in order to grow and strengthen together to support the growth of our customers’ businesses in the ASEAN region.
The Hino Group will be reforming its business structure to achieve sustainable growth leading up to 2025. We position Thailand as one of our key markets for sales in the ASEAN region, our second pillar after the Japanese market. The country is also one of our key business centers and a driver of Monozukuri and Total Support within the region.
The new center to be constructed will consolidate and strengthen our product planning, development, and production functions in Thailand.
New center overview
|Name||Suvarnabhumi Monozukuri Center|
|Location||Bang Bo, Samutprakarn Province|
|Site area||400,000 sqm|
|Functions||Product planning, development, and production of Hino vehicles|
|Products produced||Light- and medium-duty trucks and buses|
|Operation startup date||Scheduled for 2021|
|Employees||Approx. 1,300 (at the time of operation startup)|
As a “Monozukuri Center” it will be designed with the capability to commercialize and supply ASEAN best-fit products locally and consistently. In addition to increased coordination between different functions, we will be taking steps in product development to push forward with localization of product development by upgrading organizational setups and constructing a new test track so that we will be able to respond to customer needs quickly and accurately at close customer proximity. In the area of production, the production functions that are currently distributed across existing plants in Thailand will be consolidated at the new center to improve production efficiency.
Furthermore, know-how from the Koga Plant―our global mother plant―will be actively incorporated into the plant to create a system that will enable us to deliver competitive products to our customers in a timely fashion.
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