AAPICO HITECH Protects Environment by Having its Employees participating in CSR Activities

June 29, 2019 – AAPICO HITECH Public Company Limited and ABLE SANOH INDUSTRIES recently conducted corporate social responsibility activity as part of the companies’ ongoing commitment to community and environmental sustainability.

The activity attracted more than 165 participants, including executives and employees, led by Mr. Yao Chia Chen, General Manager, AAPICO Hitech Public Company Limited and Mr. Sirichai Ruangdet, Plant Manager, AAPICO Lemtech (Thailand) Company Limited, who jointly built check dams, planted trees and painted bridges in Sattahip, Chonburi.

Participants also helped to clean up beaches by collecting garbage, including plastic bags, plastic bottles and food containers. 

Additionally, all participants visited Sea Turtle Conservation Center Royal Thai Navy to get knowledge on the life cycle of sea turtles and the importance of the creature’s conservation. Afterwards all executives and employees donated necessities to The Foundation of Teacher Boonchoo Home for Special Children. The activity ended with HTMS Chakri Naruebet visit where participants got the opportunity to on board the flagship of the Royal Thai Navy.

“We would like our employees to continuously participate in CSR activity to serve our local communities,” said Mr. Yao Chia Chen “It has always been part of our commitment to raise employee awareness towards community and environment where we live and conduct business.” 

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