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SCG Chemicals Receives Trophy of Outstanding Organization  for Alcohol Prevention and Control

SCG Chemicals Receives Trophy of Outstanding Organization for Alcohol Prevention and Control

Date: 15 Nov 2017

Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali presented a trophy to SCG Chemicals for its outstanding performance in preventing and controlling alcohol consumption in the organization on “Thailand’s No Alcohol Day 2017” at CentralFestival EastVille recently. Mr. Cholanat Yanaranop, President of SCG Chemicals, was a company’s representative who received the trophy. The Office of Alcohol Control Committee, Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health granted distinguished awards to individuals and organizations which have demonstrated support and encouragement with operational plans and extensive measures for alcohol consumption control. SCG Chemicals has established a safety culture within the organization and moved toward the concept of "Organization of safety culture" since 2009. Besides, it has created a culture of "Drink Don't Drive" since 2011 as well as implemented "The 9 Life Saving Rules" which are minimum safety measures applied to all employees. The rules have consequently been strengthened through the campaign "The Lifesaver" since 2016. It has continuously promoted anti-alcohol consumption within the organization along with the government sector, business partners, the private sector and the public. For more information aboutthe campaign "The Lifesaver" please visit https://www.facebook.com/TheLifesaver/
RIL of SCG Chemicals Becomes the First and Only in Thailand Achieving "Eco-Excellence" and Sets For “Eco-World Class"

RIL of SCG Chemicals Becomes the First and Only in Thailand Achieving "Eco-Excellence" and Sets For “Eco-World Class"

Date: 13 Nov 2017

RIL Industrial Estate of SCG Chemicals has been certified “Eco-Excellence” level from Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT), recognized as the only estate in Thailand ever achieve such status. Mr. Charoenchai Pratuengsuksri (4th left), Managing Director of RIL 1996 Co., Ltd received a trophy and a certificate from Dr. Somchai Harnhirun (3rd left), Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry. Miss Somchint Pilouk (2nd left), IEAT Deputy Governor and Mr. Weerasak Jaengkarn (5th left), Director of Office of Joint-Management Industrial Estate of Map Ta Phut Complex congratulated on SCG's achievement in the event “Eco-Innovation Forum 2017.” The development of RIL Industrial Estate of SCG Chemicals as the pilot eco-industrial park shows a strong commitment to sustainable development of SCG through its business's activities. RIL Industrial Estate has been certified "Eco-Champion" with the highest score for three consecutive years, and its continual development results in a status upgrade to "Eco-Excellence" this year. Moreover, it is set to move toward the highest level "Eco-World Class." The accreditation of industrial ecology is organized by Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand to encourage local industrial estates nationwide to adopt eco-industrial transformations which are classified into three levels: Eco-Champion: Adopting approach in promoting development and mutual co-existence with communities on the basis of good environmental governance. Eco-Excellence: Advancing towards enhancement and upgrade of communities’ living standards with the implementation of the principal environmental management system. Eco-World Class: Being a country model for enhancing the quality of life and improving the community and environmental standards.
SCG Chemicals Displays Innovative Compounds for Wire & Cable and Introduces “CIERRA FR”  at 12th International Wire & Cable Trade Fair for Southeast Asia 2017

SCG Chemicals Displays Innovative Compounds for Wire & Cable and Introduces “CIERRA FR” at 12th International Wire & Cable Trade Fair for Southeast Asia 2017

Date: 11 Oct 2017

SCG Chemicals recently showcased compound innovations for wire and cable at the 12thInternational Wire & Cable Trade Fair for Southeast Asia 2017 at Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center (Bitec) in Bangkok. Introducing safety solutions for wire and cable, SCG Chemicals presented an array of innovative compound products including Flame Retardant Compounds, LowSmoke Halogen Free Compounds, and other special compounds that meetqualitystandards of both domestic and international levels. The exhibition attracted interest from many international businesses. In addition to showcasing a line of products, SCG Chemicals hosted a technical seminar within the exhibition. The seminar provided insights to formulators choosing safe and high-performance materials for wire and cable applications. SCG introduced “CIERRA FR,” a disruptive flame retardant functional material. The key speakers of the seminar were Mr. Tim McCaffery (1st from left), Global Business Director - New Materials and Technology and Dr. Wantinee Viratyaporn (5th from left), Compound Formulation Engineer of SCG Chemicals. The event also hosted a panel discussion titled “New Implication of Thai Industrial Standard for ADSS Cable” to exchange opinions and viewpoints on manufacturing standards. The panel speakers were Assoc. Prof. Dr. Athikom Roeksabutr (2nd from left), Vice President of Mahanakorn University of Technology and Chairman of TC 892, a working group for industrial standard of fiber optic cables, Ms. PhikunphanSaensuwan (3rd from left), Standards Officer of TISI and Mr. PramoteJongviriyacharoenchai (4th from left), Manager OSP Engineering of True Internet Corporation. If you are interested in the compound products or need further information, please click here.
10 companies of SCG Chemicals Win Green Industry Award, Emphasizing Leadership in Innovation and Sustainability Moving Toward Entire green supply chain

10 companies of SCG Chemicals Win Green Industry Award, Emphasizing Leadership in Innovation and Sustainability Moving Toward Entire green supply chain

Date: 22 Sep 2017

Rayong Olefins Co., Ltd. (ROC), a subsidiary of SCG Chemicals, a leading producer of olefins in Asia Pacific has been awarded Green Industry Level 5, the highest rating of Green Industry from Mr. Somchai Harnhirun, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Industry in the Green Industry Award 2017 ceremony. In addition to the accomplishment, other subsidiaries of SCG Chemicals have also achieved Green Industry Level 4 (Green Culture) in 2017 from Mr. Mongkol Pruekwatana, Director-General of Department of Industrial Works (5th left front row) and Mrs. Anong Paijitprapapon, Deputy Director - General of Department of Industrial Works (6th left front row). The additional 9 awards have made a total of 11 factories of SCG Chemicals obtaining green industry accreditation. The companies that win awards are as follows: Grand Siam Composit Co., Ltd (Receive awards for 2 factories) Thai MFC Co., Ltd. Thai MMA Co., Ltd. (Receive awards for 2 factories) Thai Plastic and Chemicals Public Company Limited. Thai PET Resin Co., Ltd. Map Ta Phut Tank Terminal Co., Ltd Rayong Terminal Co., Ltd Siam Mitsui PTA Co., Ltd. Siam Stabilizers and Chemicals Co., Ltd. The award has reflected SCG Chemicals’ strong commitment to continuous development and improvement of the manufacturing process and its engagement to build an entire green supply chain. Besides, it is endeavoring to push the Thai industry sector to embrace environmentally friendly approach and create a sustainable coexistence between factories and communities. “Green Industry Project” has been launched by the Ministry of Industry since 2011 to promote the industry sector to operate activities with sustainability and eco-friendly business practices as well as adhere to corporate social responsibility. These core elements will allow the society to stay happily together with the industry. Green Network aims at developing and improving a sustainable environmental management system as well as being responsible for the society both inside and outside the organization throughout the supply chain.
SCG Chemicals and EXAT Reinforce Thailand 4.0, Showcase Cable Inspection Robot and Highway Sound Barrier for Transport Infrastructure Maintenance

SCG Chemicals and EXAT Reinforce Thailand 4.0, Showcase Cable Inspection Robot and Highway Sound Barrier for Transport Infrastructure Maintenance

Date: 27 Jun 2017

The Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) led by EXAT governor NarongGieddech (4th left) and SCG Chemicals led by Somchai Wangwattanapanich, Vice President – Operations (3rd left) together revealed the progress of their innovations under MoU for Research and Development, namely "Highway Sound Barrier" and "Cable Inspection Robot." The Highway Sound Barrier will help maintain transportation infrastructure as well as efficiently reduce noise pollution and eliminate nuisance to residential communities. On top of that, it also contains rubber aimed to promote Thai rubber farmers and add values to Thai agricultural products. Furthermore, Cable Inspection Robot is another innovative product that is specially designed for EXAT to improve the efficiency and precision of cable inspection operations for cable-stayed bridges and reduce man-hours on site with enhanced safety. These two innovations have demonstrated SCG Chemicals' commitment in capitalizing its expertise in material sciences, engineering design and advanced robotic technology to bring about innovative and technological solutions. SCG Chemicals has worked closely with clients in every step of the way to identify and resolve key issues and deliver a truly unique range of products and services. Click here to watch video