The Industry Working Group set its main focus on Manufacturing on a broad range and members who participate to the discussion vary from leading company in the manufacturing industry, service companies as well as dealer / importer / exporter.
Objectives of the Industry Working Group
The industry working Group provides a business-driven platform for interactive discussion and formulation of consolidated positions on key manufacturing and related issues facing manufacturers and associated industry suppliers in Thailand and partners / customers in Thailand and abroad.
Key issues under discussion of the Industry Working Group include:
- FTA EU Thailand within the worldwide scenario between China – US
- Supply chain limitations
- Ease of doing business
- The role of Engineers in Industry and Thailand 4.0; regulatory constraints
- Educated workforce.
- Supply of infrastructure.
- Law and regulation making/consultation
Meetings – internal; External engagement
We organize monthly meetings with the purpose to share knowledge, best practice and information to our members; sometimes we have members who present their experience of doing business in Thailand, other times we invite guests as speakers on topics relevant to the Industry sector like:
• Engineering and Innovation
• Human Resources and labor
• BOI / EEC privileges
• Supply chain
We also organize factory tours.
Information about Working Group Recent Works
Information about Working Group Chair
Alessandro Menocci holds a master degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Padova, Italy. Prior to joining Danieli, he worked as Planning and then Manufacturing Manager at DL Radiators, a company of the De’ Longhi Industrial group and a world leader in the production of design radiators and home comfort solutions. From 2004 he joined Danieli as Operations Controller at headquarter in Buttrio (UD). From 2006 to 2015, he held the positions of increasing importance at Danieli Co., Ltd. (Thailand), the largest among the Danieli foreign affiliates performing design, manufacturing, installation, sales and aftersales service; initially he was the Management Control Director and subsequently he was appointed Costing Office Director; in 2013 he assumed the role of Chief Operation Officer and in 2015 he became the Chief Executive Officer of the company; he’s also Member of the Board of IBVietnam, the Design Office and Sales & Service Center of Danieli in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. From 2019 he’s in charge of Danieli Asia Companies, which include also the Companies in India (Chennai), in China (Changshu) and in Iran. He’s Chairman of the Board of Danieli India Ltd since 2020.