Sinoboom confirms Thailand distributorship

Sinoboom - Faster Enterprise Dawei He (left), and Worapat Luewittayanunt

Sinoboom has signed an agreement with Bangkok-based MEWP rental specialists Faster Enterprise to reinforce its exclusive distribution of its equipment across Thailand.

The agreement was signed on behalf of Sinoboom by Dawei He, overseas sales and marketing director, and by Worapat Luewittayanunt, general manager, on behalf of Faster Enterprise. Sinoboom and Faster Enterprise formally commenced cooperation in 2021, with the Sinoboom brand seeing substantial breakthrough into the Thai market through the joint efforts.

Faster Enterprise The Faster Enterprise team

Worapat said, “Through our previous work representing Sinoboom we have seen great results, and we have full confidence in the continued cooperation bringing mutual benefits in the future.”

Faster Enterprise was established in 1993, expanded its MEWP rental operations in 2003, and currently has over 400 units in the local market. It is well known in Thailand as one of the country’s leading equipment rental companies, with a strong reputation for customer service and after-sale support.

Dawei added, “Faster Enterprise enjoys an excellent reputation in the industry, and has always been known for its high standards in the selection and management of its cooperative suppliers. We are happy to be expanding on our existing relationship and look forward to achieving great success.”

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