BCCT Factory Visit to Triumph Motorcycles

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Date & Time: Thu 17-Aug-2023 10:00   
Location: Triumph Motorcycles, Amata City Chonburi
Duration: 2 hours
Member Cost: THB 0.00
Details:

BCCT FACTORY VISIT TO TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLES 
*This event is open to BCCT members only

The newly established BCCT Manufacturing Group is pleased to kick off it’s first event with a visit to the Triumph Motorcycles factory in Chonburi. Triumph is one of Britain’s most famous iconic brands. Triumph operates 3 factories in Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate. Triumph's first factory in Thailand was opened in May 2002 and was established for the manufacture of motorcycle components including Frames, Fuel Tanks, Header Systems, Swinging Arms, Engine Covers and Chrome Plated Parts. A second factory was opened in 2006 where a wet painting facility has been established. A third factory, opened in 2007 includes high pressure diecasting, machining, engines and motorcycles assembly lines. The company now employs approximately 1800 staffs in Thailand.

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Date: Thursday 17th August 2023 

Time:
10.00 – Meet at Triumph Factory
10.00 – Greet by Triumph team, safety talk etc
10.15 – Plant tour
11.30 – Q&A
12.00 – Programme ends.

Venue: Triumph Motorcycles Factory,  AMATA City Chonburi Industrial Estate Map

Google map link - https://goo.gl/maps/bA4WQ2hUCUrEmGLXA

Booking: free of charge but you must book in advance. One representative per company due to limited number. BCCT members only. No walk-in please. Please follow booking link below or email events@bccthai.com for booking assistance.

Parking: please advise your car license number if you wish to drive.

Transport: BCCT offers a transport leaving BCCT office (M-Thai Tower, All Season Place on Wireless road) at 8.00am (sharp) to Triumph Motorcycles Factory and returning after the visit. Cost is THB 500/person. Please indicate in a comment box when booking if you wish to join the BCCT van. 

Triumph plant visit safety rules and guideline:

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