The renowned Sarens group, 'the recognized worldwide leader and reference in heavy lifting and engineered transport' has decided to enter into mechanical construction business under the name "Sarcon (Th) Co., Pvt., Ltd", In Thailand, to support their client as one stop service center . Sarcon focuses on Mechanical construction sector and is expected that Sarens groups commitment and Sarcon's aspiration will bring us to next level in the industry.
Sarcon is expanding it’s existing business facilities from only manpower and small tools to a factory with land size over 33 Rai, 2,500 MT/month Steel fabrication and 50,000/DB Piping fabrication capacity by using automatic machine and extensive paint area.Nothing holds us back in leading our profession. Nothing.
Eastern SeaBoard - Thailand
The eastern seaboard of Thailand is an emerging economic region that plays a key role in Thailand's economy. It is Thailand's center for export-oriented industries. High value goods, such as Japanese branded automobiles, which are manufactured there and shipped elsewhere, are among the many exports. The region comprises Chonburi Province, Chachoengsao Province, Samut Prakan Province, and Rayong Province.
The rising economic importance of the region is evident through the central government's commitment to the region's infrastructure. Planners see the region as strategically important as it borders the gulf as well as being close to Bangkok, and its major airport.
Laem Chabang port, Thailand's largest and 23rd busiest port in the world as of 2014, is the region's port. Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and the port are all linked by the Bang Na Expressway tollway.
Two large infrastructure projects worth a total of 36 billion baht, both railways, were approved on 23 October 2007, to link Korat and Lat Krabang with Laem Chabang port
The Chonburi Motorway, Thailand's first motorway, links the region with Suvarnabhumi Airport and Bangkok. In November 2007, Thailand's completed its second motorway, Bangkok's outer ring road.
The region is home to many huge industrial estates. Other than its manufacturing and shipping industries, it has a diverse service sector consisting of the tourism, construction, and retail industries.
Pattaya, a major tourist city, is also located here, and is only second to Bangkok in Thailand for it number of high rise buildings. The region is popular as a retirement area for foreigners.