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2010-08-09 Suntech bags supply deal for Thailand power plant
Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd will supply 34.5MW of solar panels for a 38MW AC output capacity solar plant located just outside Bangkok, Thailand.
2010-07-07 Sharp, NED build 73MW solar plant in Thailand
Sharp Corp. has signed an agreement with NED to establish one of the world's largest solar power generation plants with a power generation capacity of 73MW in Thailand
2010-04-14 Trina Solar bags PV power plant deal in Thailand
Changzhou Trina Solar Energy Co. Ltd has established a strategic partnership with Grenzone Pte Ltd to supply modules for photovoltaic projects in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand
2014-01-29 Sharp to build 52MW solar power plant in Thailand
The firm signed an agreement with SSP of Thailand to construct a large-scale solar power generation plant that will begin in January, with operations scheduled to start by the end of 2014.
2006-11-02 Marubeni, Siemens team up in Thai power plant
Marubeni and Siemens concluded a contract for the Bang Pakong Combined Cycle Power Plant with the Electric Generating Authority of Thailand. The contract is worth approximately $314.8 million.
2012-03-27 Toshiba Thailand to build $33B factory
Even though a dyke is being built around Bangkadi Industrial Park in Pathum Thani province where Toshiba's former factory was located, the company plans to build its new factory in a different location to lessen its flood risks.
2012-11-16 Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand back in business
Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand has started shipping components manufactured at its Bangkadi facility a year after catastrophic floods
2011-10-13 Thailand fabs close due to flooding
Massive floods in Thailand have forced companies located at the Rojana Industrial Park to suspend their operations
2010-07-05 Mitsubishi invests in Thailand solar PV project
Mitsubishi Corp. has invested in the 73MW solar photovoltaic Changwat Lop Buri power generation project in Thailand
2011-11-25 WD overcomes Hitachi acquisition hurdle
WD must now look for a buyer to sell its 3.5in disk drive business unit and production plant in order to pass the regulatory obstacles of its bid to buy Hitachi
2012-03-12 Philippine mfg firm posts 40% revenue rise
According to IMI, the above-industry average revenue growth was due to increased turnkey businesses in China, strong growth in the automotive and industrial segments and additional revenues from PSi Technologies and its new entities in Europe and Mexico.
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