Bayer Thai receives 2022 AMCHAM CSR Excellence Recognition Award for 4th consecutive year

Bayer Thai receives 2022 AMCHAM CSR Excellence Recognition Award for 4th consecutive year

Bayer Thai Co., Ltd. recently received the 2022 AMCHAM CSR Excellence Recognition Award for the fourth consecutive year (Silver Level) from the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM). The award reflects the company’s continued commitment to supporting local communities through its corporate societal engagement and sustainability-oriented activities.

Ms. JinA Lee, Managing Director, Bayer Thai Co., Ltd., received the award from Mr. Robert F. Godec, U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (3rd right) and Mr. Jeffrey Nygaard, AMCHAM President (2nd left), at Conrad Bangkok Hotel. 

Ms. JinA said, “This AMCHAM CSR Excellence Recognition Award 2022 recognises and celebrates our continuous commitment to driving corporate societal engagement activities while this year marks Bayer’s 60th anniversary in Thailand.”

“Contributing to sustainable development is a core element of Bayer’s corporate strategy and core values. Guided by our purpose ‘Science for a Better Life’ and our vision ‘Health for all, Hunger for None’, Bayer promotes inclusive growth and responsible use of resources to help people and planet thrive. Bayer is increasingly focusing its activities on providing more people access to healthcare and nutrition. Through our collaborations with non-profit organisation partners we continue to contribute to providing solutions to drive positive societal change.”

The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) recognised 91 companies at the 2022 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Excellence Awards to honour the CSR efforts of AMCHAM members in Thailand. 

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