ESCO Eastern Sea Laem Chabang Terminal Co., LTD.

ICD

ICD

As was the case with the deep sea port at Laem Chabang, the ICD (inland container depot) project was initiated by the government to provide complete cargo and container handling services, with rail connections that would alleviate road traffic congestion between Bangkok and Laem Chabang.

In 1996, ESCO commenced operations at Module B of the ICD (ESCO Lat Krabang) with a facility spanning 96,600 square meters with container yards, a container freight station and empty container yards, allowing the company to offer seamless container movements between Laem Chabang and Lat Krabang. Today ESCO Lat Krabang is owned by Singapore's PSA and Japan's Marubeni and Kamigumi.

The operation of the inland container depot is focused on the shipping line's customer: the Thai exporter. Realizing that shipping lines are very sensitive to the way their customers are treated, ESCO goes to great lengths to provide an impeccable level of service in Lat Krabang.