May 26, 2013
Type Business:Processing and Packaging for Food and BeverageAddress:1042 Sukhumvit Soi 66/1, Sukhumvit Road, Bangchak, Prakanong, Bangkok 10260
Tetra Pak is a world-leading producer of packaging for food and beverages, using state-of-the-art process technology. The company works closely with suppliers and business partners to produce convenient, safe and environmentally friendly food packaging for customers all over the world. The company’s maxim is “Protects What’s Good” which is in line with its vision “We are committed to develop food processing technologies to create products that are hygienic and safe, and ready for convenient consumption anywhere.” These concepts cover all aspects of production as well as other business processes, and the activities of suppliers, business partners, distributors, employees, consumers and the whole of society. The company protects the food and beverages in its packages, as well as the environment, by choosing renewable raw materials such as wood pulp for its products. By working closely with suppliers and customers, Tetra Pak has introduced the latest innovations in environmental protection technology to satisfy the needs of millions people in more than 170 countries around the world, and with almost 22,000 employees at production bases in over 85 countries.
We undertake business with responsibility and stability. As a good corporate member of society, Tetra Pak (Thailand) Limited is continuously involved in a wide range of activities for the benefit of society, including environmental protection programs, recycling of beverage packaging, as well as social activities. Activities for the benefit of Thai people included donations of UHT beverages, production of school materials from recycled food beverage cartons, and other useful activities aimed to elevate the quality of life of the people.
For more information please contact our CSR project staff: Tapanee.email@example.com
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