Thai Royal Mint
Thai Royal Mint covers an area of approximately 0.0248 Square Kilometres (128 rai). It was constructed in March 1996 while all construction and systems were completely built and settled in 2001. The Treasury Department transferred the mint from Pradiphat to Rangsit in November 2001. The full function production has started from January 2002 onwards. The Thai Royal Mint is an organisation of the Treasury Department, Ministry of Finance. The office has obligations and is responsible for the production of coins to be adequately circulated for the need in Thailand’s economic system in accordance with the Monetary Act B.E. 2501. Moreover, it produces commemorative coins for various important historical occasions concerning the national, religious and monarchic institutes, or international events to promote the honours and celebrity and culture of the country. In addition, the mint has a responsibility to produce the Royal Thai Orders and Decorations and other products on demand of the government authorities, state enterprises and private agencies, as well as, install, and repair the security system of the security room for provincial treasury offices throughout the country. The mint has set up a policy to continuously develop the organisation both in quality and services to be up to an international standard, as well as, to pass on the unique identity of Thai arts and culture to last forever.