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SCG enters business start-up sphere

Yuttana Jiamtragan, vice president for corporate administration, said SCG’s corporate venture capital arm, AddVentures, would enable the conglomerate to diversify and strengthen its innovation portfolio through investment in and collaboration with regional and global start-ups, allowing SCG to improve its competitiveness in the digital age. ...

SCG to use clean coal tech for Mon State plant

Thailand cement company, Siam Cement Group wants to continue using coal for its cement factory in Kyaikmaraw township, Mon State and has given its assurance that the coal plant will use clean coal technology so as not to affect the environment. Mawlamyine Cement Limited managing ...

Innovative products in focus as SCG mulls new investments in EEC

Siam Cement Group is studying expanding in the Eastern Economic Corridor through three core businesses – petrochemicals, packaging, and building materials – with the focus on innovative products. “We are looking at the incentives and the infrastructure around the project before making a decision on ...

‘Industry 4.0’ Thailand’s path to prosperity, seminar hears

The fourth Industrial Revolution offers vast opportunities for businesses and Thais can reap its benefits to become richer than Singaporeans within a decade, Dhanin Chearavanont, chairman and chief executive officer of Charoen Pokphand Group, said on February 15. “In 10 years, Thais will be getting richer. ...

Third cement factory for Thai giant

Siam Cement Group, Thailand’s largest conglomerate, is tapping into Cambodia’s booming construction sector and opening its third cement plant in Battambang province next year. Governor of Battambang province Chan Sophal told Khmer Times that SCG, a majority shareholder in Kampot Cement, started construction on the ...

Thai-Myanmar talks due

Deputy Prime Minister Somkid Jatusripitak will be leading major Thai businesses to meet a team of Myanmar officials and businesses to seek further cooperation in developing industrial estates in Myanmar and border trade operations on Feb 3-4. Industry Minister Uttama Savanayana said the Thai business ...

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