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Supporting Organization

Department of Industrial Works (DIW)

Department of Industrial Works has been establish as a agency of ministry of industry. With role and responsibility of overseeing the factories owned by the state. Supervise the operation of those factories to be effective, improving the standard of quality and quantity, as well as maintain the price of the products in the factories that is produced and sold to the public and supporting industries that deems necessary for the nation.

Visit Website: https://www.diw.go.th/

Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT)

Industry Estate Authority of Thailand: I-EA-T is the state of enterprise under the Ministry of Industry. With roles and responsibility of the I-EA-T is determine to develop the perfect industrial estate with infrastructure and facility including all management system and various benefits to make industrial estate a production base that helps strengthen the competitive capability of the entrepreneurs

Visit Website : https://www.ieat.go.th/th

Water and Environment Institute for Sustainability (WEIS)

Federation of Thai Industries: Water and Environment Institute of Sustainability is founded in 2018 by the gathering of both Water Institute for Sustainability and the Industrial Environment Institute under the supervision of the federation of Thai industries with a vision to promote and provide services of water and environmental management for the industrial sector towards sustainability

Visit Website https://weis.fti.or.th

Pollution Control Department (PCD)

Popullation Control Department is the agency under the ministry of natural resource and environmental with missions to accordance with the provision of Act to promote and act on the National Environmental Quality Act 1992 to enforce various measures
according to the law, for the sake of control, prevent, and solve environmental problems
due to pollution.

Visit Website: https://www.pcd.go.th

Thai Cement Manufacturers Association (TCMA)

Thai Cement Manufacturers Association: TCMA is the cooperation of the leading Thai cement manufacturers who determine to enhance the development level of cement industry to serve as the main force in developing the country in terms of basic infrastructure, to develop the industry to be environmental friendly with social responsibility for sustainable development.

Visit website : https://www.thaicma.or.th

The Environmental Engineering Association of Thailand (EEAT)

Environmental Engineering Association of Thailand (EEAT)was founded in 1983. “Thai Environmental Engineers Association”” which later was changed to EEAT in 1992. The association’s original purposes were to serve as a technological center for members and to protect the rights of the environmental engineering profession.

Visit website : https://www.eeat.or.th/


Amata was founded in 1989 and fired by the vision of founder, Thai entrepreneur Vikrom Kromadit, Amata has grown from a tiny entity into an industrial giant with industrial estates covering over 6,000 hectares of land on strategically located sites in Thailand and Vietnam, with more in development in Lao PDR and Myanmar.

Visit website : https://www.amata.com/th/

SCG (Siam Cement Group)

SCG, a leading business conglomerate in the ASEAN region, has committed itself to conducting business in line with good corporate governance and sustainable development principles throughout 110 years. SCG was established in 1913 following a royal decree of His Majesty King Rama VI to produce cement, the main building material for infrastructure projects that greatly contributed to the progress of the country during that period. The Group’s longstanding tradition of learning, adjustment and development in all areas has enabled SCG to survive the wave of crises and challenges and earn widespread recognition as a role model for other businesses, both locally and internationally.

Visit website : https://www.scg.com/landing/index.html

Department of Local Administration

Department of Local Administration (DLA) is the new governments agency established in the Ministry of Interior. Its main responsibility to promote and support the work of the local administrative organizations (LOAs) through the development and series of advices on the local development plan, personnel administration, finance, and administration in order to strengthen the capacity and efficiency of the local administrative organizations on public service provision.

Visit website : https://www.dla.go.th/

Department of Primary Industries and Mines (DPIM)

Department of Primary Industries and Mines: Originally, it was an agency under the Ministry of Agriculture. Founded in the reign of King Rama V in the name of the “”Department of Metallurgy and Geography”” on January 1st, 1891, they were responsible for mining, licensing for prospecting and mining throughout the Kingdom.

On October 3rd, 2002, it was separated to form the Department of Primary Industries and Mines. under the Ministry of Industry which people generally call the name of the Department of Primary Industries and Mines for short as “Department of Mines”

Visit Website: https://www.dpim.go.th/

Thaioil Group

Thaioil Group, an integrated oil and petrochemical refinery, is recognized as one of the most modern and efficient oil refinery plants in Asia Pacific Region. The group has continually managed and developed its business, capital structure, and management system to be up to international standards. Currently, Thaioil Group is committed to improving management processes by laying down corporate strategies that will drive the entire company in the same direction. This will tackle various risk factors that may occur, as well as link the entire organization to cooperate smoothly and generate maximum benefits.

Visit Website: www.thaioilgroup.com/

Department of Climate Change and Environment.

Department of Climate Change and Environment.
is responsible for directly managing the country’s tasks related to climate change and environmental transformation. This includes operations on an international scale, coordinating with both domestic and international agencies, as well as driving efforts to achieve the set objectives in terms of climate change for the country. The objectives include reaching carbon neutrality by the year 2050 and achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2065.

Visit Website: https://actionforclimate.deqp.go.th

The Securities Exchange of Thailand

The modern Thai capital market traces its origins back to an implementation of the first National Economic and Social Development Plan (1961-1966) to promote economic growth and stability, and to develop people’s standard of living. Subsequently, the Second National Economic and Social Development Plan (1967–1971) proposed the establishment of Thailand’s first regulated stock exchange.

“to play the vital role of mobilizing capital to support the nation’s economic and industrial development.”

Visit Website: https://www.set.or.th/