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Thai Institutions

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI)

The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) is a non-profit independent organization established by the Federation of Thai Industries Act in 1987. Formerly known as the Association of Thai Industries (ATI), the organization was founded on November 13, 1967, before being re-established into the Federation of Thai Industries on December 29, 1987. Now consisting of over 13,500 active members from various Thai industrial clusters, the main objectives of the organization involves representing Thai manufacturers at both national and international levels, promoting and developing industrial enterprises, working with the government in setting up national policies, and offering consulting services to members. The FTI also has the relevant status and ability to coordinate with Industrial organizations of countries around the world, and thus can negotiate in respect of the industrial benefits of Thailand.

FTI’s activities

Today, The Federation of Thai Industries ready to transform the focus to full service organization with this important strategic shift under the concept of “Service Organization” aiming to be the fully integrated center of service and helping Thai entrepreneurs. Diving into 6 main centers of Marketing, Finance, FTI Academy, Innovation, Efficiency and Environment to enable members and entrepreneurs to get their business to pass through this crisis in a strong and sustainable.  

“Strengthen Thai Industries for Stronger Thailand”
one vision, one team and one goal.


Key Figures :

  • Date of creation : 29 Dec 1987

  • Thailand Staff :  more than 250 people

  • 45 industrial clusters 11 clusters

  • 76 Provincial Industry Council (5 regions/province cluster)


Tel : 02 345 1000

Email :


Address : 

The Federation of Thai Industries.

8th Flr, Creative Technology Bldg. 2 Nang Linchi Rd., Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok 10120 Thailand


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