Search form

Logo of Phnom Penh Post newspaper Phnom Penh Post - Thai paint company to expand across ASEAN

Thai paint company to expand across ASEAN

Thai paint company to expand across ASEAN

Thai paint manufacturer TOA Paint Thailand Co Ltd is planning to construct three new factories across Cambodia, Myanmar and Indonesia at an estimated investment of $28.2 million to boost production and expand the company’s presence in ASEAN, the Thai daily newspaper The Nation reported. Once completed in 2018, the company expects to generate around $565.5 million in revenue, up from its current level of $465.5 million.

With sights set on being the number one brand in ASEAN, TOA aims to control 15 per cent of the market share, outpacing the current market leader, Nippon Paint.


  • Breaking: PM says prominent human rights NGO ‘must close’

    Prime Minister Hun Sen has instructed the Interior Ministry to investigate the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and potentially close it “because they follow foreigners”, appearing to link the rights group to the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party's purported “revolution”. The CNRP - the

  • Government approves plan to relocate Phnom Penh’s airport

    The government has signed off on a proposal to build a new airport to serve Phnom Penh and has earmarked land in Kandal province for the $1.5 billion project. A new international airport to replace the existing Phnom Penh International Airport will be constructed on partially

  • American convicted of raping boy, 10, in Siem Reap

    A 79-year-old American man was sentenced to one year in prison for raping a 10-year-old boy by Siem Reap Provincial Court on Wednesday. John Paul Zollbrecht, of Washington state, was sentenced to one year in prison while a Cambodian man who helped facilitate the abuse, 23

  • PM derides talk of government affairs, hinting phone records could reveal all

    Prime Minister Hun Sen on Sunday night told Cambodia’s starlets to either name their high-profile government lovers or keep quiet, telling a room full of journalists he did not want to be tarred with the same brush. Addressing more than 3,400 people at the second