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TCP Group, Utokapat Foundation and HII collaborate to manage community water resources with science and technology in
"TCP Embracing Thailand's River Basin" Project


 

Bangkok (September 2019) – TCP Group, the manufacturer and distributor of Krating Daeng (Red Bull), Ready, Som Plus, Sponsor, Mansome and Puriku brand beverages as well as Sun Snack snacks, through ‘‘TCP Embracing Thailand’s River Basin’ Project recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Utokapat Foundation Under the Royal Patronage of HM the King and the Hydro Informatics Institute (Public Organization).  Under the MOU, they will work together to promote and support the self-reliance approach of community water source management and development applying the science and technology around Yom and Prachinburi river basin to decrease the floods and drought.  The project focuses on the water security for consumption, including the better livelihood, and local economy to ensure the long term and sustain the farmers’ income.  The goal is to increase over 12 million cubic metres of water supply in the next five years (2019-2023).

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1 – (From left)  Mr. Saravoot Yoovidhya, Chief Executive Officer, TCP Group, 
Mr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Chairman of Utokapat Foundation Under the Royal Patronage of HM the King, and Mr. Sutat Weesakul, Director of the Hydro Informatics Institute (Public Organization), pictured together at the signing ceremony for a memorandum of understanding to work together in ‘‘TCP Embracing Thailand’s River Basin’ Project, to promote and support the self-reliance approach of community water source management and development applying the science and technology around Yom and Prachinburi river basin.

 

2 – (From left)  Ms. Aranya Luepradid, Deputy Director of Corporate Affairs and Communications, Mrs. Natha Boonprasit, Director of Corporate Affairs and Communications, TCP Group, Mr. Dnuja Sindhvananda, Secretary-General, Office of the Royal Development Projects Board,  Mr. Saravoot Yoovidhya, Chief 
Executive Officer, TCP Group, Mr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Chairman of Utokapat Foundation Under the Royal Patronage of HM the King, Mr. Sutat Weesakul, Director of the Hydro Informatics Institute (Public Organization), Mr. Weera Wongsangnak, Emeritus Board Members Acting Chairman of the Hydro Informatics Institute (Public Organization), and Mrs. Royboon Rassameethes, Deputy Director of the Hydro Informatics Institute (Public Organization), pictured together at the signing ceremony for a memorandum of understanding to work together in ‘‘TCP Embracing Thailand’s River Basin’ Project, to promote and support the self-reliance approach of community water source management and development applying the science and technology around Yom and Prachinburi river basin.
 

For more information on TCP Group, visit www.tcp.com and
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