May 25, 2013
14 November 2011
Esso presents self-care kits to military flood relief crews via the Royal Thai Armed Forces
Esso recently lent its moral support and encouragement to the military flood relief crew in appreciation of their efforts to assist people affected by the flood crisis by presenting self-care kits to representatives of the Thai Armed Forces.
Mr. Mongkolnimit Auacherdkul (second left), Directorand Manager of Public and Government Affairs, Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited, presented 700 sets of self-care kits to Lieutenant General Harit Pumhiran (third left), Director General of Joint Civil Affairs, Royal Thai Armed Forces, to distribute to military crews performing flood relief duties and emergency transportation services to flood victims including the delivery of supplies from donor organizations and the general public to flood-affected areas nationwide. The self-care kits comprise drinking water, energy drink, candy, chewing gum, herbal balm, inflatable neck pillow and eye mask, and aim to provide essential items for relief volunteers during their tour of duty.
Pictured at the “Self-care Kits” presentation ceremony, which took place at Esso Headquarters, Bangkok,are (from left to right): Mr. Isra Sunthornvipart, Public and Government Affairs Advisor, Esso; Mr. Mongkolnimit Auacherdkul, Directorand Manager of Public and Government Affairs, Esso; Lt. Gen. Harit Pumhiran, Director-General of Joint Civil Affairs, Royal Thai Armed Forces; Col. Krittikorn Rasamiputanon, Director of Civil Affairs Division, Royal Thai Armed Forces; and Col. Peerawat Promkladpanao, Deputy Director of Civil Affairs Division, Royal Thai Armed Forces.
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