The unique structure of the holding company has helped position Triton in the forefront of Thai companies. Due to its flexibility and adaptability to change, it is able to focus on generating profitable sustainable returns, and has been able to list and spinoff their own investments. Economic challenges have been overcome by keeping the company running on a lean cost structure, debt-based and liability free. Their adaptability to market needs stems from a resourceful business development team with strong interpersonal connections.
Forecasting optimistic growth in the construction sector, the company is capitalising on government’s economic incentive programmes and is poised to take over the leadership position as Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Management (EPCM) providers to the Oil and Gas industry. Their clients are oil and gas facilities, refineries and petrochemical plants. The company is set to scale up their business over the next ten years by offering multi-discipline engineering and project management, facility upgrades, modernisation, capacity expansions to fabrication of facilities, and the installation of electrical, instrumental and equipment installations. To keep up with the demands of this development, they will be forging new partnerships and strong alliances with foreign and domestic subcontractors; improving their processes and productivity, and promoting interpersonal communication skills through staff development and training.
A promising outlook in placed on its upcoming energy investments which will act as a backbone for providing consistent sustainable returns for all stakeholders. “Another of our main concern is the socio economic impact that we have on the communities that we work with – Hence our commitment is to take on projects that help benefit the communities and environment.” Louise Taechaubol.