Learn about the Toyo Thai-USA Corporation
Toyo Thai-USA Corporation (TTUS) specializes in integrated EPC services – design and engineering, procurement of equipment and materials, and construction – for turnkey projects in North America, mainly to the power, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer and petroleum industries.
Toyo Thai-USA is a subsidiary of Thailand-based Toyo-Thai Corporation Public Company Limited (TTCL). An internationally acclaimed, globally-oriented turnkey EPC contractor, TTCL has been a leading international engineering service provider for 28 years. TTCL has successfully completed more than 215 projects in the area of process plants and facilities and has earned a solid reputation for quality, safety and on-time delivery. TTCL is committed to providing economically and environmentally sound engineering for its clients and the communities in which it operates.
Toyo Thai-USA’s first EPC construction project in the United States is the landmark clean-energy Capitol SkyMine® plant in San Antonio, TX, which is scheduled to open towards the end of 2014. The plant’s grand opening ceremony is scheduled for October 21, 2014.
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tTCL Public Company Limited
36 Years Of Experience
Toyo Thai-USA Headquarters: Lakewood, Colorado
TTCL Headquarters: Bangkok, Thailand
TTCL Website: https://ttcl.com/
TTCL Established: April 1985
President & CEO: Mr. Hironobu Iriya
Revenue 2013: Baht 15.440 million ($483 million approx.)
Major Clients: Solvay, Bayer, BASF, Mitsubishi Corp., Dow Chemical, GE Toshiba
Registered Capital: Baht 560 Million ($18 billion approx.)
Stock Exchange of Thailand listing (SET): 2008
SET Initial Public Offering (IPO): 2009
TTCL Added to SET100 Listing: 2011
Major Shareholders: Toyo Engineering Corporation, Chiyoda Corporation, Italian-Thai Development Plc.
Since 1997, Toyo-Thai Corporation PCL (TTCL) has continued to expand its global locations and international operations, building plants in the U.S.A., China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Qatar, Timor and elsewhere. In addition to establishing Toyo Thai-USA in Lakewood, Colorado, TTCL has set up subsidiaries in Vietnam, Malaysia and Myanmar in order to meet the growing international demand for its specialized engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services in the areas of industrial power, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer, petroleum and environmental projects.
The Toyo-Thai Group’s recent notable project awards and industry recognition include:
Mr. Hironobu Iriya
President, Toyo Thai-USA
Mr. Hironobu Iriya, President of Toyo Thai-USA.
Mr. Iriya has been President and CEO of Toyo-Thai Corporation Public Company Limited (TTCL) since 2005. Charismatic, personable and passionate, Mr. Iriya leads Toyo-Thai by example, proudly proclaiming his motto, “Joy of Engineering and Achievement” and single-mindedly pursuing the goal of transforming the corporation into a leading international engineering company. Recent developments indicate that Mr. Iriya is succeeding in his ambitions.
After carving out a niche in the Thai market, Mr. Iriya put ambitious growth plans in motion. In 2009 TTCL was listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET). Under Mr. Iriya’s leadership, the corporation continues to expand rapidly, both domestically and internationally, and is moving into new fields, including clean energy. To date the corporation has completed projects in seven Asian countries, Europe, the Middle East and North America. To this end, TTCL has set up subsidiaries in Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar and now the United States. Toyo Thai-USA’s first EPC construction project in the U.S., Capitol SkyMine®, a revolutionary clean energy plant that will convert greenhouse gases into baking soda and other solid products, is scheduled for completion towards the end of 2014.
Under Mr. Iriya’s leadership, the Toyo-Thai Group continues to deliver solid baseline operating results in terms of revenue, profit, free cash flow and earnings per share. A strong financial position allows TTCL to leverage strategic investment opportunities across the globe. Hironobu Iriya continues to chart a bold course for TTCL. He plans to ramp up TTUS’s presence in the United States in the months and years ahead, and is particularly interested in securing partners who share the corporation’s embrace of new environmental technologies and cutting-edge renewable energy.
Health, Safety & Environment
Toyo Thai USA is committed to the environment and sustainable practices. This includes a strong commitment to the health and safety of TTUS employees, as well as a pledge to protect the environment and conduct its business in an environmentally-sound and sustainable manner, whatever the location.
Quality & Safety
Toyo Thai-USA approaches every project with the understanding that safety and quality are of the utmost importance.
The corporation’s Quality Management System is designed to meet or exceed the requirements of the international quality management standard ISO 9001:2008.
In addition, Toyo Thai USA’s Occupational Health and Safety Management System fully complies with the requirements of the international occupational health and safety standard OHSAS 18001:2007 and the Thai Industrial Standard TIS 18001:1999.