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  • Thai International Freight Forwarders AssociationThai International Freight Forwarders Association

  • 1. Country Profile 2. Export/Import Statistics 3. Ocean Freight Statistics 4. Air Freight Statistics 5. TIFFA Introduction 6. Activities of TIFFA 7. Thailand as a Connectivity Hub for AEC 2015

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Presentation Outline

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Country Profile: Thailand

    Bangkok Thai

    64 million (UN, 2013)

    Capital : Major language : Population : Area : Major religion : Monetary unit : GNI per capital :

    513,115 sq km (198,115 sq miles) Buddhism 1 baht = 100 satangs US $ 9,430 (World Bank, 2013)

  • Total Export/Total Import / Balance of Trade

    2010 2011 2012 Total Trade 376,225.26 451,358.90 479,224.06

    Export 193,298.14 222,579.16 229,236.13 Import 182,927.12 228,779.74 249,987.93

    Trade Balance 10,371.02 -6,200.58 -20,751.80 Value: Million USD$

  • Top 10 Products: Export 2012 1 . Motor cars, parts and accessories 707,712.15 Million Baht

    2. Automatic data processing machines and parts thereof 588,398.66 Million Baht

    3. Precious stones and jewellery 408,040.19 Million Baht

    4. Refine fuels 397,858.66 Million Baht

    5. Rubber 270,153.82 Million Baht 7. Chemical products 263,027.85 Million Baht

    8. Rubber products 259,768.04 Million Baht 9. Iron, Steel ,and Products

    217,430.08 Million Baht

    10. Electronic integrated circuits 206,462.07 Million Baht

    6. Polymers of ethylene, propylene, etc in primary forms 263,587.20 Million Baht

  • Top 10 Products: Import 2012 1. Crude oil

    1,120,452.80 Million Baht

    2. Machinery and parts 818,182.20 Million Baht 4. Jewelry and Decorations

    492,443.26 Million Baht

    5. Iron, Steel ,and Products 474,165.99 Million Baht

    3. Electrical Machinery and Parts 531,578.09 Million Baht

    6. Chemicals 461,922.96 Million Baht

    7. Parts and accessories of vehicles 394,172.99 Million Baht

    8. Computers, parts and accessories 292,627.39 Million Baht

    9. Electronic integrated circuites 286,830.58 Million Baht

    10. Other metal ores, metal waste scrap 254,162.73 Million Baht

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    10 Major Trading Partners- Import & Export (2012)

    Source: Department of International Trade Promotion

    Value: Million Baht Japan 15.6

    China 13.4

    USA 7.4

    Indonesia 4.0

    Malaysia 5.3

    United Arab Emirate 3.9 Singapore 3.9Australia 3.2

    Hong Kong 3.1

    ETC. 37.7

    Switzerland 2.9

  • Ocean Freight Statistics Bangkok Port (Container: Inbound/Outbound) in TEUs

    2010 Inbound 771,115 Outbound 681,714 TOTAL THRU PUT 1,452,829

    2011 Inbound 811,821 Outbound 643,072 TOTAL THRU PUT 1,454,893 2012

    Inbound 824,853 Outbound 572,591 TOTAL THRU PUT 1,397,444

  • Ocean Freight Statistics Laem Chabang Port (Container: Inbound/Outbound) in TEUs

    2010 Inbound 2,517,174 Outbound 2,673,238 TOTAL THRU PUT 5,190,411

    2011 Inbound 2,808,331 Outbound 2,922,731 TOTAL THRU PUT 5,731,062 2012

    Inbound 2,875,407 Outbound 3,051,029 TOTAL THRU PUT 5,926,436

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Source: Airline Cargo Business Association/ www.acbathai.org

    Total Air Export – Import (In Tons)

    2010

    AIR EXPORT (TON) 563,916

    AIR IMPORT (TON) 328,105

    TOTAL THRU PUT (TON) 892,021

    2011

    AIR EXPORT (TON) 526,879

    AIR IMPORT (TON) 353,669 TOTAL THRU PUT (TON) 880,548

    2012 AIR EXPORT (TON) 537,989 AIR IMPORT (TON) 387,101 TOTAL THRU PUT 925,090

    http://www.acbathai.org

  • Total Export-Import of Thailand 2012

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Airfreight 925,090 Tons

    Seafreight 7,323,880 TEUs

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA) – Established 1987

    • Members: 207 companies

    • Key figures of TIFFA members

    No. of employee (Staff): 17,710

    Paid up capital : 4,049.60 Million Baht (USD130 Million)

    Assets: 43,110,571,984.88 Baht (USD1,390 Million)

    Revenue: 83,544,470,444.04 Baht (USD2,694 Million)

    Net Profit: 4,500,174,588.06 Baht (USD145 Million)

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Vision

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA)

    Mission

  • TIFFA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    MR. PHONGTHEP TANGPINITCHIT CHARTERDE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR

    MR. SOMSAK WISETRUANGROT CHARTERDE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR

    MR. SUWIT RATTANACHINDA CHARTERDE PRESIDENT & DIRECTOR

    MR. KETTIVIT SITTISOONTORNWONG PRESIDENT

    MR. WITOON SANTIBUNYARAT VICE PRESIDENT

    MS. ARAYA KONGSOONTORN SECRETARY

    MR. SUWAT ARAYAPRAYOON TREASURER

    Mr. CHALERMSAK KARNCHANAWARIN VOCATIONAL OFFICER

    MR. PONGPADET ONGPREECHAKUL PUBLIC RELATIONS

    MR. PHAT JIERAPONG REGISTRAR

    MR. SOMCHAI SURAVANICHSIRI DIRECTOR

    MR. BOONCHAI THANAMANOSARN DIRECTOR

    MR. SURACHAI PONGPENSUK DIRECTOR

    MR. TERAPOL KLAYOO DIRECTOR

    MR. CHAYAVUT THIUSATHIEN DIRECTOR

    MR. SOMCHAI BANLUESANAO MANAGER

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    KEY ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION

    ∗ Human Resource Development v Establish International Transport and Business School (ITBS) since 1997 v Produce personnel for the international trade and transport field more than 8,000

    students in 170 classes

    v Cooperate with Department of Skill Development ,Ministry of Labour and Department of Business Development, Ministry of Commerce to set up Logistics Management For Young Executive Program

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    KEY ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION (Continue)

    ∗ Technology: E-Seal v Create Borderless tracking wirelessly by TIFFA EDI Co., Ltd.

    ∗ Rule and Regulation v Cooperate with the government to amend constraint rules and regulations to

    facilitate the industry. ∗ Encourage to draft out Decree on Promotion of Logistics Service Providers

  • Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    ∗ Group Liability Insurance for TIFFA’s members v 176 TIFFA’s members v Insurance Cover Multimodal Transport Operators (Sea, Rail ,and Road)

    ∗ B2B Matching v Cooperate with Ministry of Commerce to make business matching with

    overseas partner v Survey and Search Opportunities in running Business in overseas by joint trip

    with Ministry of Commerce

    ∗ Joint Training with Royal Thai Government Officials on Multimodal Transport Operationalisation for CMLV countries under ASEAN IAI project - Same training will be done for Thai in the year

    KEY ACTIVITIES OF THE ASSOCIATION (Continue)

  • Thailand as a Connectivity Hub for AEC 2015

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

  • Connectivity

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

  • Thailand : Hub for Connectivity

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    2. Myanmar (Yangon, Dawei)

    1.Myanmay/Laos/ China(Kunming)

    3. Laos(Savannakhet) Vietnam(dong-ha)

    4. Laos(Luang Prabang) Vietnam(Vinh)

    5. Laos(Pakse) Vietnam(Da Nang)

    6. Cambodia(Phnom Penh) Vietnam(Ho Chi Minh)

    7. Malaysia/Singapore

    8. Europe/Africa

    9.South Asia

    FarEast/United States of America

    Chiang Mai

    Bangkok

    Symbol Port

    Trade Hub Air Port

    Border crossing In land transport

    Sea lane

  • Sequence of Transport Development

    Thai International Freight Forwarders Association

    TRANSPORT SERVICES

    TRANSPORT

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    VEHICLE

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