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02 April 2009 :: 14:04:02 pm 40975

Asian University Business Faculty Students Visit Local Manufacturer.

On the afternoon of March 25, a group of BBA and MBA (Business Faculty) students and faculty visited Summit Laemchabang Auto Body Work Co. Ltd, an auto parts factory located in Laemchabang Industrial Estate
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In Thailand, Summit Corporation is the biggest supplier of outsourced body parts for Car Assemblers; most of car companies in Thailand are customers.

The purpose of visit was to allow the students to see a manufacturing facility first hand and to witness some of the concepts learnt in the classroom, such as production cost and production management, manufacturing process and inventory control system.

Summit was founded by their President Mr. Sunsurn Jurangkool. Mr. Adisak Sittichai, Production Planning and Logistics Manager, hosted the visit which the students found very interesting.

The factory visited employs 1,700 people and produces automotive body parts and exhaust systems and the students were able to witness the stamping press and welding assembly.

The attached photos show the students at Summit Corp.


Khun Adisak Sittichai, explains the stamping process to Asian U visitors

BBA students, being shown processes by Khun Woravit Intharasarn, Assistant Production Manager

Khun Adisak Sittichai, Production Planning and Logistics Manager, receives souvenir from BBA student Surinya
Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Member News

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