IHI, JLL, Mitsubishi Electric Kang Yong Watana, and Bathic sponsor Thailand’s longest-running real estate awards programme
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Some of the kingdom’s most recognisable real estate brands and partners pooled their resources and support together for the 16th annual edition of the PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards.
IHI, JLL, Mitsubishi Electric Kang Yong Watana, and Bathic came together for the first virtual gala celebration of the awards programme, which aired 3 December on AsiaPropertyAwards.com and multiple digital platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube.
Gold sponsor IHI brought its state-of-the-art brand of urban solutions to this year’s awards. The pioneering visionary behind Japan’s automated parking systems excels in tech-savvy, innovative equipment and machinery suited for developers, architects, and project managers throughout Thailand.
While IHI has been working with real estate projects in Bangkok since 2014, the company boasts a storied heritage that dates to the creation of Japan’s first automated parking systems in 1962.
“Being the first company to introduce automated parking system technology to Japan and with over 60 years of experience in the field, IHI is a frontrunner in the automated parking system industry with the highest quality and safety standard guaranteed,” said Kaj Miyake, general manager for sales and marketing at IHI Asia Pacific (Thailand) Co., Ltd..
“At IHI, we pride ourselves in providing parking solutions to developments which can be utilised safely, comfortably, and sustainably during the development cycle,” he added.
The PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards programme this year also enjoyed the backing of gold sponsor JLL. The Fortune 500 company remains the largest international real estate services firm in Thailand with 1,600 employees, joining a global workforce of 92,000 across 80 countries.
JLL has been a steadfast partner with the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series for many years. Both organisations share a commitment to raising the bar for real estate in Thailand, according to Suphin Mechuchep, chairperson of JLL Thailand.
“For over a decade, partnerships with leading firms such as JLL has indeed inspired our real estate leaders to consistently break the boundaries of development and design,” said Suphin.
“By recognising oustanding property developers, developments, and designs, the PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards have encouraged and inspired Thailand’s industry to continue to strive for excellence. This is well in line with JLL’s purpose to shape the future of real estate for a better world.”
Also powering the PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards this year is the support of gold sponsor Mitsubishi Electric. Through subsidiary Mitsubishi Electric Kang Yong Watana, the company has been supplying upscale homes, luxury hotels, and other magnificent built spaces in Thailand with top-of-the-line home electronics and electrical equipment, including energy-efficient air-conditioning systems and ventilating products.
“PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards recognise the great works of projects in Thailand developed by many of our customers for years,” said Arthit Potivorakun, the general manager of the Living Environment Systems Division at Mitsubishi Electric Kang Yong Watana.
“By becoming part of this programme, we can jointly appreciate these achievements of property developers who also apply our quality Mitsubishi Electric air-conditioning and ventilating products in their projects.”
The company marked its 50th anniversary this year with a line of energy-saving AC systems, such as the Eco Eye Inverter XT Series with a proprietary sensor and motion detector and the City Multi VRF System that controls multiple units in one setting.
The awards in Thailand this year also got the support of Bathic as bronze sponsor. Bathic is the preferred supplier of quality doors, as well as door accessories and toilet partitions, to numerous developers and builders across the country.
“We value and want to be a part in celebrating a special day for all developers who participate in this event,” said Kan Poonsattha, managing director of Bathic.
Bathic has been a leading name in the Thai door industry for over three decades. “Throughout those years, we have gained the trust and support of various developers. We are honoured to take part in this special day,” said Kan.
Representing the Gold Standard of real estate, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series originated in Thailand in 2005 and has since expanded to 15 other brilliant property markets across Asia Pacific. Thousands of VIPs and C-suite executives in the real estate and construction industries attend the highly anticipated series of gala dinners and virtual celebrations every year.
Extending its record as the longest-running programme of its kind in the country, the PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards this year laureled enterprising developers, designers and industry leaders, hailing from Bangkok to the Thai upcountry, in 37 sought-after categories.
In addition to its generous sponsors, the 16th PropertyGuru Thailand Property Awards programme is also supported by official portal partner DDproperty.com; official cable TV partner History Channel; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official supplier GFour Wines and Spirits; official PR partner Infinity Communications; media partners Discover Pattaya, Hot Magazine, Locanation, Luxury Society Asia, Pattaya Trader, and REm Thailand; official charity partner Right To Play; official ESG partner Baan Dek Foundation; supporting associations Asia MarTech Society, Green Building Consulting & Engineering, and British Chamber of Commerce Thailand; and official supervisor HLB.
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