FUJIKURA ELECTRONICS (THAILAND)

Full Company Name: Fujikura Electronics (Thailand) Ltd.
Country: Thailand
Website:
Phone: +66 29564071-9
Fax: +66 29564080
Email:
Office Address:
Headquarter Office and Ayutthaya Factory:
1/80 Moo 5 Rojana Industrial Park, Rojana Road,
Tambol Kanham, Amphur U-Thai,
Pranakorn Sri Ayutthaya 13210
Thailand

Factory Address:
Fujikura Electronics (Thailand) operates 7 factories in Thailand: 3 of them located in Navanakorn Industrial Zone, one factory located in Prachinburi, one factory is in Rojana Industrial Park in Ayutthaya province, one more factory located in Kabinburi Industrial Zone, and the last factory is in Northern Region Industrial Estate in Lamphun province of Thailand.
Bangkok Office (Sales)
28th Floor, United Center Building,
323 Silom Road, Silom, Bangrak,
Bangkok 10500
Thailand
Established Year: 2010
Main Product Category: ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTElectronic Components and Supplies
Products: Flexible Printed Circuits (FPC), Surface Mount Technology (SMT) in FPC, Interface Cable Assemblies, Micro Coaxial Cable Assemblies, Thermal Solution Assemblies, Actuator Assemblies for Hard Disk Drive, Membrane Switches, Optical Fiber Cable Components, Molds and Dies
Number of Employees: 16000
Key Executives: Mr. Hideo Goto - President & CEO
Major Shareholders: Fujikura Group - 100% (Japanese)
Certificates achieved: ISO: 9001, ISO: 9002, ISO 14001
Stocks Listed: FUJIKURA ELECTRONICS (THAILAND) is a subsidiary company of Fujikura Ltd. Stocks of Fujikura Ltd, which is parent company, are listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) under ticker 5803.
Additional Information:

Fujikura Electronics (Thailand) Ltd. is an amalgamation of 7 integrated companies on 1 April 2010 to cover a wide range of inter-connected processes to produce various electronics/electrical products. The parent company: Fujikura Ltd. which is a global, Tokyo-based electrical equipment manufacturing company, developing and manufacturing power and telecommunication systems products, including devices for optical fibres, such as cutters and splicers.