The Thailand Plants are truly integrated electrical discharge machine (EDM) manufacturing plants, handling everything from machine casting to final inspection, producing important core components that include linear motors, printed circuit boards, and ceramic parts.
Our Japanese employees and Thai workforce together strive to deliver the very best products made using top-notch manufacturing processes, day in and day out, in the spirit of “Create, Implement and Overcome Difficulties” embraced in the Sodick corporate motto.
The first factory in Thailand was established in 1988 to act as the Sodick Group’s main production base.
The facility is situated roughly 50 kilometers north of Bangkok, within roughly one hour of the city via the expressway.
60/84 Moo 19, Soi 19, Navanakorn Industrial Estate Zone 3, Phaholyothin Road., Klongnueng, Klongluang,Pathumthani 12120, Thailand
Employees: Approximately 1,000
555 men, 286 women
123 men, 55 women
Nava Nakorn Industrial Estate
Established: November 1988
Site area: 97,600m2
Facility size: 37,000m2
Chumnumsap Industrial Park
Established: August 2012
Site area: 60,000m2
Facility size: 8,700m2
Welcome! Here is the entrance of first factory
Tropical scenery from the employee cafeteria
Orderly and clean factory interior
Large components are meticulously cleaned
Sodick Thailand 2nd factory hedges risk of
over-reliance on the 1st Factory
The still new building features a spotless,
all-white entry area
Showroom exhibiting a lineup of
the latest machinery
Expansive factory interior enables high visibility