Corporate Information

Incorporated in November 2011 and based in Lakewood, Colorado, Toyo Thai-USA Corporation (TTUS) is a majority-owned subsidiary of Bangkok-based Toyo-Thai Corporation Public Company Limited (TTCL).

Toyo Thai-USA was established to address the strong business potential for its services in the North American marketplace and to leverage the competitive advantage TTCL offers its clients and potential clients in the United States. The corporation prides itself on offering EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) and other services of exacting quality – true to its Japanese roots – but at competitive Thai prices.

Toyo Thai-USA is backed by the considerable experience, expertise and financial clout of its parent corporation, TTCL.

TTCL has been a leading Thai and international engineering service provider for 29 years. As a public company listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), Toyo-Thai Corporation (TTCL:SET) 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. As an integrated contractor, TTCL specializes in design and engineering, procurement of equipment and materials, and construction (integrated EPC) services for turnkey projects, mainly to the power, petrochemical, chemical, fertilizer and petroleum industries. The Toyo-Thai Group is committed to providing economically and environmentally sound engineering for its clients and the communities in which it operates.

Corporate Snapshot

Toyo Thai-USA Headquarters: Lakewood, Colorado
TTCL Headquarters: Bangkok, Thailand
TTCL Website:

TTCL Established: April 1985
President & CEO: Mr. Hironobu Iriya
Employees: 2,288
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.