Bayer Thai receives TCC Business Ethics Standard Test Awards 2022

Bayer Thai receives TCC Business Ethics Standard Test Awards 2022

Reinforcing its commitment to conduct business with good governance for sustainable growth.

Ms. JinA Lee, Managing Director of Bayer Thai Co.,Ltd., received Thai Chamber of the Commerce Business Ethics Standard Test Award (TCC BEST Award) 2022 from Mr. Sanan Angubolkul, Chairman of the Thai Chamber of Commerce (TCC) and Board of Trade, at the 20th TCC Best Awards 2022, organised by TCC on 7 December 2022, at University of Thai Chamber of Commerce.

“Bayer Thai is honoured and delighted to receive this award from the Thai Chamber of Commerce as it testifies to our commitment to conduct business with good governance throughout our operations in Thailand since our inception in 1962,” commented Ms. JinA, adding: “This year, Bayer marks 60 years in Thailand as we continue to adhere to good corporate governance principles and remain committed to being a good corporate citizen that conducts business ethically and acts with integrity.”

“At Bayer, it is essential to conduct business in accordance with laws, internal policies and ethical principles. We are also committed to the highest level of ethical conduct that all employees, consultants and suppliers are also required to fully comply with in every respect. Our Corporate Governance policies and practices don’t only apply to the Bayer management team and staff but also to our business partners, including vendors, suppliers and customers.”

Thai Chamber of Commerce presents Thai Chamber of Commerce Business Ethics Standard Test Awards (TCC BEST Award) to recognise Thai private sector enterprises and entrepreneurs who uphold ethics and good governance and take into account all stakeholders in order to create long-term business sustainability. This year, 23 companies received a TCC BEST Award and 27 companies received Thai Chamber of Commerce Ethics Club Brooch.



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