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About ThaiBev
GRI 102-2 to 9, GRI 201-1

Vision
ThaiBev’s vision is to be Thailand’s world-class total beverage product and distributer embodying commercial excellence, continuous product development and premiumization, as well as professionalism.

Mission
ThaiBev’s mission is to build strong mutually beneficial relationships with all stakeholders is every aspect, guided by the following six principles:


  • Offer top quality products to all customer segments

  • Respond professionally to distributors’ demands

  • Grow revenue and profits in a sustainable manner to create value for shareholders and provide favorable returns on investments

  • Be a role model of the highest standards of professionalism, corporate governance, and transparency

  • Build a sense of ownership among employees by trusting, empowering, and renewing them

  • Contribute to society

Strategies

  • Growth

  • Diversity

  • Brand

  • Reach

  • Professionalism

“ ThaiBev’s vision is to be Thailand’s world-class total beverage product and distributer embodying commercial excellence, continuous product development and premiumization, as well as professionalism. ”

ThaiBev was founded in Thailand in 2003 to unite leading Thai beer and spirit businesses in the hands of shareholders and other investors under the same group. Later, in 2006, the Company was registered on the Singapore Exchange (“SGX”). As of September 30, 2017, the Company has a market value of 16,7400 million U.S. dollars. The Company has expanded from the alcoholic beverage business to non-alcoholic beverages and food, in order to diversify product offerings, expand product distribution channels, and diffuse corporate risk.

Nowadays, ThaiBev is not only a leading beverage producer in Thailand; it is also one of the biggest in Asia, with four business segments—spirits, beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and food.

Goods and Services
As of September 30, 2017, there are 138 companies in the ThaiBev group, as follows:

  • Thai Beverage Public Company Limited 93 companies in Thailand (92 of which are subsidiaries, and 1 associated company; namely, Pet Form (Thailand) Company Limited)

  • 44 companies abroad (41 of which are subsidiaries, and 3 of which are associated companies; namely, Liquorland Limited, Fraser and Neave, Limited*, and Frasers Centrepoint Limited*.)

  • There are 18 distilleries, 3 beer breweries, and 12 non-alcoholic beverage production factories, as well as an extensive distribution network covering 400,000 points all over Thailand. Notable products include:

    • Spirits: Ruang Khao, SangSom, Mekhong, and Blend 285

    • Beers: Chang Beer, a widely accepted beer among Thai consumers

    • Non-alcoholic beverages: Oishi Green Tea, Est Cola, 100 Plus, and Crystal Drinking Water

    • Foods: restaurants under the names Oishi Grand, Oishi Eaterium, Oishi Buffet, Oishi Ramen, Nikuya, Kakashi, Hyde & Seek, Man Fu Yean, MX Cake & Bakery, SO asean, and Food Street


  • ThaiBev products are sold in 90 countries worldwide. In addition, ThaiBev owns 5 distilleries in Scotland, a country famed as the origin of world-class whiskey brands such as Balblair, Old Pulteney, and Speyburn. ThaiBev also owns another distillery in China, where the spirit Yulinquan is produced.

Remark * Without records of other companies in the Fraser and Neave, Limited and Frasers Centrepoint Limited according to the notes attached to the financial budget that is related.

SALES REVENUE
189,997 Million Baht

NET PROFIT
34,681 Million Baht

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEE
41,367 Person

DEBT-TO-EQUITY (D/E)
0.47 Times

RETURN ON EQUITY (ROE)
27.07%

“ In the past 18 years 3,600,000 Blankets Across 45 provinces and 578 districts have been donated In the past 10 years ThaiBev has supported more than 500,000 Youths ThaiBev has initiated social development projects covering 100% or all 77 provinces in Thailand



11%
REDUCTION OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION INTENSITY
Compared to 2014

5%
REDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION INTENSITY
Compared to 2014

14%
REDUCTION OF GROUND WATER WITHDRAWAL INTENSITY
Compared to 2014

43%
REDUCTION OF WASTE INTENSITY
Compared to 2014

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