1985

Registered Able Autoparts Industries Company Limited and started as Ford assembler and distributor.

2002

Listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

1997

Completed the first AAPICO factory at Hitech Industrial Estate, Ayutthaya, and established the first Joint Venture with Sanoh Japan named Able Sanoh Industries (1996) Co., Ltd.

2003

Purchased a company from Dana Corporation USA and renamed it AAPICO Amata Co., Ltd.

2004

Expanded to China by acquiring Kunshan Chaitai-Xincheng Precision Forging Co., Ltd.

2006

Established AAPICO Hitech Parts Company Limited, invested in AAPICOITS Co., Ltd., a car navigation company with 60% equity holding, and engaged a strategic joint venture with Mitsuike Corporation Japan with 51% equity holding locating at Hitech Industrial Estate, Ayutthaya.

2008

Established a joint venture with Minth Corporation China.

2005

Established strategic partnership with Sojitz Corporation Japan.

2007

Acquired KPN PLC and renamed it AAPICO Forging PLC and AAPICO Plastics PLC. Entered technical agreement with Edscha Germany for manufacture of door check, hinge, and parking brakes.

2009

Established AAPICO Structural Products Co., Ltd. In Amata Nakorn Industril Estate for chassis frames.

2011

Completed the construction of 3S showroom for Honda dealers in Petaling Jaya and Kajang, Malaysia.

2013

Established 4 joint venture companies with Lemtech Holding (Taiwan), Edscha Holding (Germany), Sumino Kogyo (Japan), and Sodecia SGPS (Portugal)

2010

Celebrated the 25th Anniversary and commenced operations of AAPICO 2nd factory in Rayong.

2012

Started operations at the new 20,000 square meters factory in China.

2014

Expanded into car navigation business via cooperation with Quantum Inventions (Singapore) and established AAPICO Training Center Co., Ltd. To manage overall trainings for organizations.

2015

Initiate the “TURBO” policy with target of doubled sales and 10% net profit margin.