Frasers Property Industrial (Thailand) secures lease agreement with e-commerce unicorn Flash Fulfillment for a 15,350 sqm fulfilment centre

Frasers Property Industrial (Thailand) secures lease agreement with e-commerce unicorn Flash Fulfillment for a 15,350 sqm fulfilment centre

Frasers Property Industrial (Thailand) Company Limited (FPIT), Thailand’s leading industrial property developer and wholly owned subsidiary of Frasers Property (Thailand) Public Company Limited (FPT), announced that it has entered into a lease agreement with Flash Fulfillment Company Limited (Flash). With the new build facility, Thailand’s first e-commerce unicorn and leading integrated e-commerce service provider Flash is expanding the distribution centre of its fulfilment business.

The new development for Flash occupies a land area of approximately 16 rai and comprises a 15,350 sqm building, strategically located at Frasers Property Logistics Centre (Bangplee 2). This newly completed ambient warehouse is specially designed to support Flash’s e-commerce fulfilment business with its floor loading of 3.5 tons per sqm, clear height of12 metres and cross-docking facility to maximise usable storage space. 

The distribution centre is also equipped with other types of loading docks such as a small loading truck with ramp, heavy loading truck, and an overhead sectional dock door to increase efficiency. With this new fulfilment distribution centre, Flash is able to operate 24/7, 365 days a year, to rapidly scale and deliver massive parcel volumes each day.

FPIT, a market leader with over three decades of experience in the industrial property business, takes pride in its ability and commitment towards inspiring experience by creating good places for its customers and the wider community. This new development has achieved the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification, a global rating system for building sustainability. It has been designed and built with a focus to enhance the well-being of the tenants and community and minimise environment impact and footprint. 

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