Commenced operations producing ribbed smoked sheets in Hat Yai, Thailand with an initial registered capital of Baht 31.0 million.
Established Anvar Parawood for the production of rubber wood for the furniture industry and for being a base to carry rubber products of Sri Trang Group.
Established Rubberland Products for the production of Concentrated Latex, our Group's first processing facility producing Concentrated Latex.
Jointly established Thai Tech Rubber with Southland Rubber Co., Ltd and Itochu Corporation Limited to expand our product mix to cover TSR block rubber.
Made an initial public offering (IPO) in Thailand and listed our shares on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET)
Established Starlight Express Transport to provide logistical support to our Group's business.
Established Premier System Engineering to support our Group's research and development and provide engineering services.
Established Startex Rubber to invest in upstream business into the ownership of rubber plantations in the southern region of Thailand.
Acquired Premier System Engineering to provide support for research and development and to provide engineering services to the Group.
Jointly established Semperflex Asia with Semperit Technische Produkte to produce high pressure hydraulic hoses.
Established Sri Trang International in Singapore, a purchasing hub for key users of natural rubber, for the distribution of the Natural Rubber Products to global market.
Established Sri Trang USA to focus on the distribution of the Natural Rubber Products in the US market.
Established PT Sri Trang Lingga, the Group’s first natural rubber procurement center and production facility outside of Thailand.
Expanded substantially in the PRC by establishing our sales teams in Qingdao and Shanghai to conduct direct sales of the Natural Rubber Products to our customers in the PRC.
Established PT Sri Trang Lingga, our first natural rubber procurement and processing facility outside of Thailand.
Our subsidiary, Sri Trang International, was awarded the first prize in the top trading volume award by the Singapore Commodity Exchange Limited.
Established Sri Trang Rubber & Plantation to invest in rubber plantations.
Our subsidiary, Sri Trang International, was awarded the second prize in the top trading volume award by the Singapore Commodity Exchange Limited.
Acquired PT Star Rubber as our second Indonesian TSR processing facility.
STA received the Prime Minister's Export Award 2009 (Best Exporter) for being the top Thai exporter into the PRC market by export volume under the Natural Rubber category.
Established our first PRC subsidiary, Shi Dong Shanghai in Shanghai, to expand our operation into the PRC.
STA made an offering of its newly issued shares to the public (Public Offering) in Singapore, including institutional investors and listed its shares on the SGX-ST. STA is the first Thai listed company dually listing in Singapore.
STA issued two tranches of debentures, the first debenture for rubber processor in Thailand, to the institutional and high net-worth investors totaling THB 2,150 million.
STA won Prime Minister's Export Award 2012 for being a best exporter with the export value exceeding Baht 5,000 million.
PT Sri Trang Lingga completed production capacity expansion for another 60,000 tons per annum and became the largest block rubber producer in Indonesia with a total production capacity of 166,000 tons per annum.
STA issued two tranches of debentures to the institutional and high net-worth investors totaling Baht 900,000,000 for working capital and capacity expansion of our group.
Increase registered capital of PT STAR RUBBER, the Indonesian subsidiary from USD 32 million to USD 62 million to support capacity expansion by investing through our subsidiary Sri Trang International.
STA's new block rubber factory with a production capacity of 60,000 tons per annum in Ubon Ratchathani Province started production.
Jointly established Sri Trang Ayeyar with Ayeyar Hinthar Holdings Company Limited to expand natural rubber processing base into Myanmar
Established our first Vietnam subsidiary, Sri Trang Indochina in Ho Chi Minh, to trade and export Natural Rubber Products from Vietnam.
STA’s new block rubber factory with production capacity of 60,000 tons per annum in Phitsanulok started production
Registered an THB 800 million increase in common equity for Sri Trang Rubber & Plantation to support the Company’s expansion in upstream business
STA’s new Concentrated Latex factor in Ubon Ratchathani, our first Concentrated Latex factory in the Northeast, started its production line with production capacity of 10,000 tons per annum
STA increased its investment in Thai Tech Rubber from 33.5% to 42.5% via share purchase from Itochu Corporation.
Our examination gloves manufacturing company changed its name to “SRI TRANG GLOVES (THAILAND) CO., LTD.” which distinctly marks a new dawn of Sri Trang
STA and the Austria-based company completed the demerger of the joint venture and associate companies*. The demerger resulted in STA increasing its shares in Siam Sempermed Corporation which was subsequently renamed Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) Co., Ltd to 90.2% of the total shares.
Startex Rubber established a subsidiary, Shi Dong Medical Equipment, in the PRC with USD 1,650,000 in registered capital to manage the sales and distribution of gloves in the PRC.
Sri Trang USA increased its registered capital from USD 2,000,000 to USD 3,000,000 to expand the distribution of gloves and medical equipment in USA and Canada.
STA jointly established Thai Rubber Joint Venture Limited with the Rubber Authority of Thailand (RAOT) and four other natural rubber producers and exporters following the government policy to engage in the domestic and international trade of rubber with Baht 1,200,000,000 in registered capital, with STA investing in the portion of 16.67%.
STA offered the allotment of newly-issued ordinary shares to existing shareholders in proportion to their respective shareholding (Rights Offering), with the ratio of 5 existing ordinary shares for 1 newly-issued ordinary share at the offering price Baht 10 per share. As the result of this, the paid-up capital was increased from Baht 1,280,000,000 to Baht 1,535,999,998.
Sri Trang Rubber & Plantation increased its registered capital from Baht 6,227,500,000 to Baht 6,555,000,000 to invest in its rubber plantation.
Startex Rubber increased its registered capital from Baht 2,114,898,000 to Baht 2,635,000,000 for the purpose of increasing the registered share capital of Shi Dong Shanghai Medical Equipment to expand glove distribution business in China.
STA’s Board of Directors Meeting resolved to approve the investment in Thaikong Public Company Limited ( “TK”) , which runs the rubber gloves manufacturing business in Thailand, by the amalgamation of TK and Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) Co, Ltd.
Sri Trang USA paid the remaining of increase in its registered capital from USD 3,000,000 to USD 5,000,000 for support the expansion of glove business in USA and other countries.
STA’s subsidiary, Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) Ltd., completed the amalgamation with Thaikong Public Company Limited (“TK”) which was a glove producer based in Trang and transformed to became Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) Public Company Limited (“STGT”).
Sri Trang Rubber & Plantation increased its registered capital from Baht 6,555,000,000 to Baht 6,755,000,000 to invest in its rubber plantation..
Established Sri Trang IBC with Baht 10,000,000 in registered capital to operate in the provision of technical, innovation, information, and advisory services.
June and September 2019
The restructuring of Shi Dong Shanghai Medical Equipment and Sri Trang USA, located in in the PRC and the USA respectively, by selling all shares to Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) PLC. to exclusively operate the glove business.
STA group received Forest Management Certification and Chain-of-Custody Certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). We are the first fully integrated NR producer to be recognized by the FSC throughout the supply chain..
The disposal of the investment in Pattana Agro Futures Co., Ltd. to a shareholder of that company with a gain from the sale amounting to Baht 0.2 million
Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) PLC filed for an initial public offering (IPO) of shares in Thailand and listed the shares on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET).
The restructuring of Premier System Engineering and Sadao P.S. Rubber, by selling all shares owned by the Company to Sri Trang Gloves (Thailand) PLC. to support the expansion of glove business.