World-class energy saving Park Ventures Ecoplex and Hungary Embassy showcase solar-powered ‘KUUBE Plus Smart Bench’

World-class energy saving Park Ventures Ecoplex and Hungary Embassy showcase solar-powered ‘KUUBE Plus Smart Bench’

Ms.Chantraporn Chan (left), Managing Director of Frasers Property Commercial Asset Management (Thailand) Company Limited, Ms. Piyawara Bhongse-tong (right), First Senior Vice President, Asset Management of Frasers Property Commercial (Thailand), and H.E. Dr. Sándor Sipos (centre), Ambassador of Hungary to Thailand, standing in front of “KUUBE Plus Smart Bench” at its unveiling ceremony held at Park Ventures Ecoplex.
Ms.Chantraporn Chan (left), Managing Director of Frasers Property Commercial Asset Management (Thailand) Company Limited, Ms. Piyawara Bhongse-tong (right), First Senior Vice President, Asset Management of Frasers Property Commercial (Thailand), and H.E. Dr. Sándor Sipos (centre), Ambassador of Hungary to Thailand, standing in front of “KUUBE Plus Smart Bench” at its unveiling ceremony held at Park Ventures Ecoplex.

Frasers Property Commercial Thailand (FPCT), the leading developer of Grade A commercial property space in Bangkok’s CBD, and Frasers Property Commercial Asset Management (Thailand) Company Limited, or FPCAMT, the REIT manager of Golden Ventures Leasehold Real Estate Investment Trust (GVREIT), joined hands with the Embassy of Hungary in Thailand to showcase KUUBE Plus Smart Bench, a Hungarian solar-powered public bench designed as a sustainable innovation for smart cities. The unveiling was held at Park Ventures Ecoplex, a property managed by GVREIT. KUUBE Plus Smart Benches are lit up by solar energy and equipped with USB ports and wireless chargers. They also act as free WiFi hotspots.

The joint activity promotes good relations between Thailand and Hungary and manifests the missions of  FPCT and FPCAMT as operators of leading energy-saving buildings that integrate sustainable innovations and technology. The activity demonstrates Frasers Property Thailand’s vision to sustainably develop best-in-class commercial properties to international standards in service of customers.




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