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DFDL Thailand is delighted to announce an office relocation to the Rajanakarn Building at the epicenter of Bangkok’s thriving Central Business District.

The Rajanakarn Building is one the major skyscrapers adorning the Sathorn skyline and puts DFDL Thailand within close proximity of many existing clients, as well as many of the country’s leading SET-listed companies. With easy access to Bangkok’s public transport network and ample parking space, the move to the Rajanakarn Building represents a new era for the DFDL network.

The Rajanakarn Building is a prestigious 32-story office building which covers more than 35,000 square meters in total. Designed to meet international standards with an emphasis on energy conversation, the Rajanakarn Building is driven by state-of-art “Intelligent Building Systems” controls, which monitor the lighting and electric use, and provide cutting-edge security.

DFDL Thailand had previously been based out of Dusit Thani on Silom road, which had been home since the firm’s establishment in 2005. Dusit Thani is set to cease operations on 5 January 2019. The locations of DFDL Phuket and DFDL Samui remain unchanged.

This move signifies a statement of intent for the DFDL network as Bangkok represents a key strategic hub in the Mekong region. DFDL Thailand office hosts a number of key regional advisors, as well as locally-based tax and legal experts.

DFDL Thailand Managing Director, Audray Souche, said, “This move represents the start of a significant new chapter for DFDL in Thailand and across the region. Bangkok is central to the network’s strategic planning and our new office is a declaration of the confidence we have in our vision for the future, as well as of the strong health of DFDL Thailand.”

For more information about the relocation of the DFDL Bangkok office, please see the official DFDL Thailand announcement.

Contact Details:

DFDL Thailand

No. 3, Rajanakarn Building, AA Floor,

South Sathorn Road,

Yannawa Sub-District, Sathorn District,

Bangkok Metropolis 10120, Thailand

Tel: +662-059-4090

Fax: +662-059-4099

 

 

 

 

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