Lunch Talk by delegation from Karnataka led by Honorable Minister

Dear Members 
We are pleased to inform you that ITCC will be hosting Lunch Talk tomorrow Tuesday ,16th May 2017 by a delegation from Karnataka led by the Honorable Minister for Large and Medium Industries and Infrastructure.
The New Venue for the Lunch Talk is now Pullman Bangkok Grande Sukhumvit Soi Sukhumvit 21 Bangkok. Please click on the link below to get the map.
https://www.google.co.th/maps/place/Pullman+Bangkok+Grande+Sukhumvit/@13.738938,100.562082,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xee5d92acbac9c11d!8m2!3d13.738938!4d100.562082
The date and time will be the same as before which is Tuesday 16th May 2017 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

You are kindly invited to attend the event and explore various business opportunities that could be developed with Karnataka-based companies.

Following are the members of the delegation:

 1.Mr. R.V. Deshpande, Hon’ble Minister for Large and Medium Industries and Infrastructure of Karnataka

2.Mr. Deepan Jain, Commissioner of Industries Development& Director Industries and Commerce

3.Mr. B K Shivakumar, Managing Director Karnataka Udyog Mitra

We are attaching the Link of the Presentations by the Karnataka Government for your reference:

The link has the following Presentations and PDF files :
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5DFa91JxFNISGVsRGdhTTU5ZjA?usp=sharing

– Karnataka Presentation Bangkok Visit 15-16 May 2017
– Make In Karnataka Brochure 2-5-2017

– Agribusiness policy PPT 2015

– Agri Business Highlights Karnataka

– Highlights Karnataka Industrial Policy 2014-2019

– Aerospace Policy Karnataka Highlights

Please see the following agenda for the lunch talk:

1) Registration will start at 11.30 AM

2) Welcoming the delegation from Karnataka, 12.00 PM

3) Commencement of the Talk at 12.15 PM

4) Question and Answer session from 1.00 PM  – 1.30 PM

5) Lunch

We request you to kindly confirm your participation at the earliest so that we can make necessary arrangements for lunch and other logistics as per the number of confirmations.

For more details please write to ITCC Secretariat on info@itcc.or.th and itccthailand@gmail.com or call us at 02-287 3001-2

Thanks and Regards

India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce

ITCC AGM & Elections – 24th April 2017

SUBJECT: IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS OF ITCC FOR AGM & ELECTIONS 2017
Dear Esteemed Members

This is a gentle reminder about the upcoming AGM and Election tomorrow, 24th April 2017.
 

Kindly Note :

1. The registration for the AGM will be 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm. In order to fulfill the quorum, we sincerely request our valued members to be on time so that we can start the AGM on time.

2. Please bring your valid Photo ID.(ID provided by Thailand official authorities or Indian Passport).

3. Only ONE representative per Ordinary Member Company is allowed.

4. Upon verification of the photo ID with the name of registered representative of the ordinary members, only that representative would be allowed and would have access to the voting process. He would be provided the ballot paper, provided he is present in person, during the election time on 24th April 2017. Please note that no Proxy is permitted as per Constitution.
 
Dinner would be served after AGM.

Please click the following link to get access to the latest updated ITCC Member’s List and the ITCC Constitution.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5DFa91JxFNIbHBKQ3RYQUUtN1E?usp=sharing

Thanks and Regards

India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce

 

 

 

 

Dear Valued Member,

ITCC’s upcoming AGM and Election will be held on 24th April 2017 at ITCC Convention Hall. The registration starts from 06.30 pm.

 

You are kindly requested to mark the date and come to exercise your right to vote. Please bring your Photo ID and please be on time.

 

As the sectorial members’ list as well as the ITCC constitution list are quite long, we have put the lists on our website, at the same time being environment friendly as well.
We request all members to use these documents/information for internal use only and judiciously.

 

Please follow the link given below for access with your login name and password. If you have any difficulty with accessing the information please contact our Secretariat for any help required.

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5DFa91JxFNIbHBKQ3RYQUUtN1E?usp=sharing

 

It also came to our notice that some members wanted to have access to other information pertaining to the ITCC activities such as the Board of Directors minutes of meeting. You can see these records in our ITCC office, however kindly let us know at least 2 days in advance, in view of upcoming AGM and Elections on 24th April, 2017.

 

Thanking you for your kind support.

 

Best Regards
India-Thai Chamber Of Commerce 

 

Business Opportunities

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It can, therefore, be truthfully stated that the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is amongst the oldest, if not actually the oldest, foreign trade chamber in the Kingdom of Thailand.
The land on which the Chamber stands today was gifted by Mr. A.E. Nana, founding patron of the Nana family, and the foundation stone laying ceremony in 1960 was presided over by the Indian Ambassador to Thailand, His Excellency Sardar Naranjan Singh Gill.

Messages

BSBishnoi Message from H.E. Mr. B S Bishnoi, Ambassador of India to Thailand.

“I am happy to learn that the India-Thailand Chamber of commerce is launching a new website. ITCC Since its establishment in 1974, has played important role in supporting the development and expansion of indian companies in Thailand as well as strengthening the India-Thailand Economic and Commercial Relations. It is one of the more successful chambers of India abroad. ITCC has worked closely with the embassy of India in Bangkok and partnered with us in strengthening the Bilateral relations.”
Message from H.E.
Mr. Anil Wadhwa, Ambassador of India to Italy, former Ambassador to Thailand.
“I am glad to know that the India Thai Chamber of Commerce is launching its own website. I have interacted with the membership regularly during my tenure as Ambassador to Thailand between 2011 and 2014 and I found it always a wonderful experience. The activities of the Chamber need to be publicized so that more people can learn about the activities of the Chamber and contribute by attending the events. I wish the India Thai Chamber all success in the launch of this web site”

Disclaimer

The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by the ITCC and while we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk.
In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits, arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this website.
Through this website you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of the ITCC. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.
Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly. However, the ITCC takes no responsibility for, and will not be liable for, the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.

History of ITCC Old

Commerce flourished between India and Thailand long before the advent of the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce, which officially came into being in 1974, known then as the Indian Society of Trade. In 1968, an Act of parliament of the Royal Thai Government delineated the rules governing the incorporation of foreign chambers of trade in Thailand. It was this point in time of the Chamber’s history that its name was changed from the Indian Society of Trade to the India Chamber of Trade, and the body was formally registered on the 15th of January 1969.
As an association committed of the furtherance of the business interests of the Thai-Indian business community, the India Chamber of Trade took on the more appropriate appellation of India-Thai Chamber of Commerce in 1944.

In 1968, an Act of Parliament of the Royal Thai Government delineated the rules governing the incorporation of foreign chambers of trade in Thailand. It was this point in time of the Chamber’s history that its name was changed from the Indian Society of Trade to the India Chamber of Trade, and the body was formally registered on the 15th of January 1969. As an association committed of the furtherance of the business interests of the Thai-Indian business community, the India Chamber of Trade took on the more appropriate appellation of India-Thai Chamber of Commerce. Though its earliest beginnings are shrouded in “blankets of communal amnesia”, as one journalist put it, the history of the Chamber goes back much further than its official incorporation as a registered body, in 1968.

It can, therefore, be truthfully stated that the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is amongst the oldest, if not actually the oldest, foreign trade chamber in the Kingdom of Thailand.

The land on which the Chamber stands today was gifted by Mr. A.E. Nana, founding patron of the Nana family. The foundation stone laying ceremony, in 1960, was presided over by the Indian Ambassador to Thailand, His Excellency Sardar Naranjan Singh Gill.

Past Presidents

Susheel-Kumar-Saraff

Susheel Kumar Saraff

2011-2015

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Subash Bajaj

2007-2011

Deepak_Mittal

Deepak Mittal

2005-2007

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Vinai Sachdev

2003-2005

Satish_Sehgal

Satish Sehgal

2000-2003

Om_Bajaj

O.p. Bajaj

1998-2000

Ashok_Thakur

Asoke Thakur

1995-1998

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Sarabjit Singh Sachdev

1993-1995

Navraj_Narula

Navaraj Narula

1992-1993

Hassa_Tanwani

Hassa S. Tanwani

1989-1992

H.B

H.P. Kapasi

1987-1989

Raj-Sachdev

Rajkumar Sachdev

1985-1987

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Gurmokh Singh Sachdev

1983-1985

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Om P. Bajaj

1981-1983

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Tarlok Singh Narang

1979-1981

Mr. S.S. Mahansaria

S.S. Mahansaria

1977-1979

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Gurmokh Singh Sachdev

1975-1977

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Tarlok Singh Narang

1973-1975

Shiv-Nath-Rai-Bajaj

Shiv Nath Bajaj

1971-1973

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Nenu Hingorani

1969-1971

Ajit_Singh_Thakral

Ajit Singh Thakral

1967-1969

Abbhas_Vasi

Abbas D. Vasi

1966-1967

Lambhamal_Sachdev

Lambhamal Sachdev

1964-1966

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Moolamal Sachdev

1963-1964

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Deshraj Sachdev

1962-1963

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Suhel Singh

1961-1962

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Moolamal Sachdev

1959-1961

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Balwant Singh Kalra

1957-1959

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Moolamal Sachdev

1955-1957

Pratap_Narula

Pratab S. Narula

1954-1955

ST_Mahtani

S.T. Mahtani

1952-1954

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Balwant Singh Kalra

1950-1952

ST_Mahtani

S.T. Mahtani

1948-1950

Ishar_Narula

 Ishar S. Narula

1946-1948

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 Badrudeen Kapasi

1944-1946

About ITCC

The complex nature of the Chamber’s duties cover not only commercial but also social and cultural interests. One of the Chamber’s principal commercial activities is to help its members decide upon possible courses of investment in business and trade in Thailand. The Chamber monitors changes in government regulations affecting trade and industry and keeps its members posted with updates. The issuance of certificates of origin of goods exported by its members is another of the Chamber’s activities. Under its Articles of Association, the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is empowered to arbitrate in disputes between its members, provided the issues are brought to its attention.

The Chamber monitors changes in government regulations affecting trade and industry and keeps its members posted with updates. The issuance of certificates of origin of goods exported by its members is another of the Chamber’s activities.
Under its Articles of Association, the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is empowered to arbitrate in disputes between its members, provided the issues are brought to its attention.
The Executive committee of the Chamber consists of a President, a Vice-President and ten other Committee Members. All of these members are elected by the general membership and hold office for two years from the time of the Annual General Meeting of the Chamber at which a new election of office bearers takes place.
The Executive Committee is empowered to appoint various sub-committees such as an import-export sub-committee, an investment sub-committee, an arbitration sub-committee, a club sub-committee, etc., to assist the Executive Committee in the carrying out of its functions.
The President of the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is an ex-officio member of the Board of Trade (BOT) of Thailand. The presidents of all the other foreign chambers of trade in the Kingdom are also, by virtue of that office, present on the Board of Trade of Thailand.
The President of the India-Thai Chamber of Commerce, by virtue of his position on the Board of Trade of Thailand, is able to iron out issues relating to the businesses of its members that may be in conflict with governmental regulations, thus looking after their interests.
Several trade delegations from India and Thailand visit each other frequently, seeking avenues for investment and opportunities for joint-ventures. The India-Thai Chamber of Commerce liaises with these delegations in an attempt to provide the Chamber’s members with business opportunities.
A renovated Club House in the premises of the Chamber on Sathorn Road, in Bangkok, provides recreational facilities for its members, their families and friends in the form of snooker tables , a badminton hall, a bar and restaurant.
The India-Thai Chamber of Commerce is cognizant of its social responsibilities and contributes to the public wealth by generously donating to local charities and engaging in other activities geared to the general well-being of the citizens of Thailand.