A waterway, built from an existing canal to comply with current laws, helps keep the air cool and maintain the environmental mission.
A female employee moves wax moldes into storage.
Employees use precision tools to set gemstones into wax “trees” that will hold them in place.
A female employee moves wax “trees” set with gemstones onto trays so they can be moved to the next phase of the jewerly making process.
Employees document and monitor the flow of gemstones and jewelry parts.
A male employee holds a casting container containing silver jewerly that has been cooled in the tank of water.
Lars Nelson, Vice President of Pandora’s Lamphun facility, holds a “tree” that has been set with gemstones.
Employees polish jewelry.
Silver sits in containers.
Employees use a laser welder.
An employee uses a torch to treat jewelry.
An employee works with enamel on a ring.
An employee puts various parts of jewerly in a tray onto a conveyor belt where it will be taken off and completed at different work stations.
A polisher at the new Pandora facility.
Employees at work.
Employees sit in the shade to eat lunch and socialize at the new Pandora facility. The Lumphun facility is shaped like a Pandora bracelet and features a curved roof that covers much of the outside walkways to create shade and protection from the sun.