Isao Sekiguchi, President of Nissan Thailand, (first row, 4th from left) and Nissan’s management team welcome Mr. Suchart Chomklin Minister of Labour (first row, 3rd from left) and Mr. Wanchai Kongkasem, Governor of Samut Prakan (first row, 1st from right) at the official Launch of Nissan’s Factory Accommodation Isolation and Bubble and Seal facilities, at Nissan Manufacturing plant in Samut Prakan, Thailand.

BANGKOK, THAILAND (20 October 2021) – Nissan Thailand has launched its Factory (Bubble and Seal (BB&S) and Accommodation Isolation (FAI) facility in accordance with COVID-19 control measures, and in line with the government's aim to safeguard factory workers and communities against Covid-19 infection. General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of Thailand assigned Mr. Suchart Chomklin, Minister of Labour, and Mr. Wanchai Kongkasem, Governor of Samut Prakan Province, to preside over the opening of the facility with Mr. Isao Sekiguchi, President of Nissan Thailand, and Nissan management team at the brand’s manufacturing plants in Samut Prakan.


Located at Nissan’s manufacturing plant on Bangna-Trad road KM.22, the new facility is divided into two parts with 50 beds for Factory Accommodation Isolation, and 50 beds for the Bubble and Seal implementation. The FAI supports COVID-19 cases, including mild-cases, with medical in-patient care. While other workers with negative test results are separated from at risk groups and are accommodated in custom-built factory accommodation. Under these measures, the entire supply chain is shielded from negative impact, which can help reduce employee infections and support Thailand’s economic recovery.

“At Nissan, the health and safety of employees, their families as well as our customers, communities, and stakeholders, are always our highest priority. The establishment of Factory Accommodation Isolation and Bubble and Seal to support the control of COVID-19 infections is part of ‘Nissan’s Care For You’ program, where Nissan provides confidence and support to all stakeholders, in accordance with the government’s measures to halt the spread of COVID-19,” said Isao Sekiguchi, president of Nissan Thailand. “Nissan has also pledged to help Thai people during the pandemic by donating Nissan cars to government and charitable agencies, to deliver medical supplies, masks, foods and necessities to affected communities. We are proud and happy to help our employees and Thai society during this difficult time.”


“We would like to thank Nissan Thailand for being a part of the fight against COVID-19 and supporting government measures to maintain national health and economic stability. The establishment of the Factory Accommodation Isolation (FAI) and the Bubble and Seal (BBS) initiatives are important step for business operations to continue as normal in our nation,” said Mr. Suchart Chomklin, Minister of Labour.

Additionally, the ‘Bubble and Seal’ implementation aims to prevent the spread of virus to outside the community, to maintain business continuity and avoid impact on investment, exports and employment.

The ‘Nissan Care For You’ program has been specially created by Nissan during the pandemic, with measures and services to increase ease and confidence for Nissan customers, including vehicle disinfection services, strict sanitization policies and employee vaccination and testing protocol. To learn more please visit:


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