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Thai Beverage Public Company Limited continues its sustainability development to become a stable and sustainable total beverage leader through PASSION 2025.
ThaiBev published the first annual Sustainability Report in 2012. This report is the seventh report that is prepared in accordance with the core criteria of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). ThaiBev has begun to incorporate the Integrated Reporting (IR) approach to holistically report performance and value creation to shareholders and stakeholders.

This report is intended to communicate ThaiBev’s material business issues and the sustainability practices as well as sustainability strategy and management approach to stakeholders. Sustainable development approach of ThaiBev and ThaiBev Group Companies (“ThaiBev Group”) in 4 dimensions - Environment, Social, Arts and Culture, and Economic - is guided by the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great and in accordance with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).

This report is prepared for stakeholders and demonstrates ThaiBev’s business operations that adhere to sustainable development best practices. The financial data in this report was audited by KPMG Phoomchai Audit Co., Ltd. The Audit Report is contained in ThaiBev’s 2020 Annual Report. The data related to environmental performance, employee training, occupational health and safety were audited by Lloyd’s Register International (Thailand) Limited. The statement certifying the information is shown under the heading of Independent Assurance Statement.

Scope of the Report
The information presented in this report derives from the fiscal year 2020 and includes companies in the ThaiBev Group in Thailand and overseas, reflecting ThaiBev’s business expansion and plans to drive ThaiBev towards PASSION 2025. The report describes ThaiBev’s environmental and social impacts in 12-month period, from October 2019 to September 2020. The data were collected from 40 production sites, comprising of 25 distilleries (19 in Thailand, 5 in the United Kingdom, and 1 in Myanmar), 3 breweries in Thailand, 11 non-alcoholic beverage production facilities in Thailand, 1 food production facility in Thailand, and 11 distribution centers in Thailand. ThaiBev prepares this Sustainability Report in both Thai and English as well as discloses in ThaiBev’s website at If you have any suggestions or inquiries, you may contact the Sustainability Development Working Team via email at You may express opinions by completing the form included at the end of this report. ThaiBev will be delighted to consider any suggestions to improve the quality of our future reports