May 19, 2013
13 December 2011
Esso Thailand Plc. has received an excellence award from the American Chamber of Commerce in recognition of its CSR efforts.
Ms. Kristie Kenney (right), U.S. Ambassador, recently presented a 2011 AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Recognition Award to Mr. Z. John Atanas (middle), Chairman and Managing Director of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited. The award presentation was at the 5th annual AMCHAM Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Recognition Program (ACE) ceremony at the Conrad Hotel, Bangkok.
The ACE program was established to raise corporate social responsibility commitment, share best practices and provide recognition to AMCHAM member companies in Thailand who have strong commitment and dedication to community investment activities.
Pictured at the ACE ceremony at the Conrad Hotel, Bangkok, are (from left to right): Mr. Peter Eliot, President of American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM); Mr. Z. John Atanas, Chairman and Managing Director of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited; and Ms. Kristie Kenney, U.S. Ambassador.
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