Amata City Chonburi

As Thailand’s largest listed conglomerate in the industrial estate sector of the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), the factories in Amata Thailand Industrial Estate contribute around 10% of Thailand’s gross domestic product.

Amata has built a strong regional platform which serves a global clientele of diverse customers. Japanese companies make up about 60% of the total number of factories in the industrial estates. The rest are domestic clients or foreign investors from 27 countries. In terms of Industry break down some 32% of Amata Customers relate to automotive industries while the rest relate to steel, metal, plastic, electronics and electrical appliances, chemicals, consumer goods and food beverage manufacturing or are service providers.

General Information




Chonburi Province


27,067 rai / 43,307,200 m2 / 4,330 hectares

No. of Factories

More than 750 factories


Japan (63.4%), Asia (25.4%), EU (6.1%), USA & South America (3.7%), Australia/Pacific (0.6%), Others (0.8%)

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Our flagship industrial city is perfectly located in a prime area, within a short commuting distance to Bangkok and midway between Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Laem Chabang Deep Seaport. It is directly connected to both the Bangna-Trad and Bangkok-Chonburi elevated expressways.

Amata City Chonburi
Bangkok: 57 km.
Suvarnabhumi Airport: 42 km.
Laem Chabang Deep Seaport: 46 km.
Chonburi City: 5 km.

Amata Facilities


Amata Facility Services Company, a subsidiary of Amata PCL, provides a full range of services to customers in Amata's industrial estates. We take care of roads and green areas and operate many services like waste management services, fire protection training services, and office care services. We also have experience working with various businesses and government agencies and, offer our customers advice when they are working with these entities.


Vibharam Amata Nakorn Hospital is a landmark development, located near the Bangna-Trad highway entrance to the Amata City Chonburi. The brand new, nine story building has 141 beds and provides tertiary medical care. With well-equipped emergency and operating rooms and specialist doctors available, patients do not need to be referred to another hospital further away.

Vibharam opened end of 2014, and throughout the year 2015 expanded its services.


Amata Spring Country Club located at Amata City Chonburi is a world class private club. It opened in May 2005, and among other things offers a spectacular course created by Lee Schmidt of the renowned Schmidt-Curley Golf Design team.

The club meticulously maintains and improves its 7,450-yard layout (championship tees) that includes Asia's only floating green at the par 3, 145 yard, 17th hole. The course, with stiff prevailing winds during much of the day, is definitely world-class and will test, tease, penalize and reward every golfer who decides to play a round.

Financial Street

Going from one bank to another, especially at the end of the month, can be time consuming. Aware of this difficulty and inconvenience, Amata has created a street that is currently home to six major banks and a leasing company – all just a few steps from one another. This is just another example of how Amata works to create a Perfect City and to make life easier for its tenants.

Floodwater Management

The location of Amata City Chonburi is close to the sea with an average elevation of two meters above mean sea level and has the Bangprakong River as a natural barrier to any approaching serious floodwater from Bangkok.

Amata has ongoing projects for flood control and has been improving its drainage system in order to effectively drain water from heavy rainfall to the sea faster. Moreover, the company has invested in the improvement of its pumping system and has improved its sand dykes by adding to the existing height or by constructing new ones. In addition, the company has established an Emergency Service Call Center as a part of its contingency plans for dealing with emergencies including those presented by flooding.


Amata's management team and its employees are serious about minimizing the impact made by company operations on the environment. This is demonstrated by the recent ISO 14001 accreditation the company received from TUV Rheinland for its two industrial estates in Thailand.

The company has long had a 'zero-discharge' waste management program for waste water. Each day the company treats and reuses 74,700 cubic meters of waste water: 40% is used to water green areas, 30% is used at on-site power generating facilities operated by the joint-venture with Amata B. Grimm Power Company; and 30% is recycled to be used as part of the regular water supply.

Investment Incentive

In Thailand, some industrial complexes are called ‘industrial estates’, whereas others are called ‘industrial parks’. Why the difference? The term ‘industrial estate’ can only be used by estates belonging to or jointly developed with the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT).  IEAT is a state enterprise established by the Ministry of Industry to develop more planned and regulated industrial complexes. Amata’s estates were jointly developed and comply with all rules and regulations set forth by IEAT. Because Amata is working under IEAT, customers can enjoy special privileges like consolidated, efficient document processing and perhaps most importantly, the right to 100% foreign ownership of land.


At Amata, your company can rely on a solid infrastructure that makes doing business much easier. From wide paved roads built to handle logistics, to local financial institutions that deal with all kinds of transactions, everything is designed to make your work here as convenient and efficient as possible. Importantly, your company will have access to

  • Reliable power supply
  • Dependable water supply and waste water management
  • Efficient telecommunications
  • Experienced legal, trade and customs services