Project Reference

Provincial Electricity Authority

December 4, 2018

A new fleet of 26 mobile Cummins generator sets has been put into service by Thailand’s Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA). Niwat Kaipetch, leader of PEA’s mobile generator fleet (Regional 1_Central) points out

Royal Thai Navy

December 3, 2018

The concept of a military style patrol boat on a commercial hull platform was developed with the engineering departments of Marsun Shipyard and the Royal Thai Navy.

Uniwise Offshore Limited

December 3, 2018

Thailand’s Marsun Co. Ltd. has built a reputation for quality high speed patrol craft and crewboats.

The Uniexpress 18 went into service in the Gulf of Thailand for owner Uniwise Offshore Ltd

Chao Phrya Express Boat Co. Ltd

December 3, 2018

Chao Phrya Express Boat Co. Ltd have introduced two new tourist boats, CTB 1 and CTB 2, that will dramatically enhance the riverine experience.

With a 29.6-meter length and a 4.9-meter beam.

TOP Maritime Service Co., Ltd.

December 3, 2018

Based in Bangkok, TMS is a joint venture of Thaioil Marine and Thai shipbuilder Marsun.

Thaoil Marine, which operates a fleet of tankers transporting petroleum and petrochemical products, is a division of Thaioil Group

Siam Commercial Bank

December 3, 2018

Siam Commercial Bank expanded its IT infrastructure with Tier 3 data center to provide 99.982% uptime for data availability. In order to qualify as a Tier 3 data center.

Tellus Data Center

December 3, 2018

As the country’s leading mobile operator, AIS is committed to deliver uninterrupted service to its customers, even in the event of a utility outage. A subsidiary of AIS, Fax Lite Co. Ltd. owns and operates the Tellus Data Center

Genesis Data Center

December 3, 2018

The Genesis data center has been developed for commercial customers by three public companies – WHA, Interlink Telecom and AIT.

Digital Port Asia (DPA)

December 3, 2018

Thailand data centre operator Digital Port Asia (DPA) is relying on Cummins for critical protection power at its new facility in Amata Industrial Park, DPA is majority owned by Japanese company NTT Communications, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation