Recruitment center opened in Ayutthaya by Amata Corp. 20,000 vacancies on offer


BANGKOK, 31 October 2011 – Due to the flood crisis which has hit a lot of industrial factories in central Thailand, Mr Viboon Kromadit, Director & COO of Amata Corp. PCL, in coopeeration with the Department of Employment, has opened a recruitment center in Ayutthaya province to assist the flood-affected workers who are still umemployed during the flooding period. 

Moreover, Amata Nakorn Chon Buri and Amata City Rayong are ready to offer approximately 20,000 positions to serve the growth of the old factories’ production lines and the expansion of about 80 newly-established factories owned by incoming investors.

The flood has greatly affected the people and the economy, especially in the seriously damaged industrial estates. However, it is believed that foreign investors can understand the incident and expect to see the resolution plans from the governmemt, hoping that losses and damages will be redeemed as soon as possible. So far, investors have thought that relevant agencies are rolling out the rehabilitation measures constantly.