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ThaiBev’s Value Chain
ThaiBev considers value chain development as a key strategy for achieving business success. Thus, ThaiBev pays attention to steps along the value chain to ensure highest product quality and sustainable growth.

Financial Capital
  • Market Capitalization: 414.99 billion THB
  • Liabilities: 262,409 million THB
  • Equity: 210,176 million THB
    (as of 30 September 2021)

Manufactured Capital
  • Total assets: 472,585 million THB
  • Property, plant and equipment: 60,717 million THB

Human Capital
  • Total workforce: 43,422 employees
  • Total employee training hours: 688,596.90 hours

Intellectual Capital
  • Knowledge management system
  • Brand value

Social & Relationship Capital
  • Strong relations with stakeholders
  • Collaboration with business partners
  • Community development & philanthropy over 300 million THB

Natural Capital
  • Water consumption: 13.9 Megaliters
  • Energy consumption: 8,779,398 GJ
  • Raw Materials & Packaging 1,125,526.74 tons

Total Revenue
million THB

Net Profit
million THB

million THB

Lost time injury
frequency rate (LTIFR)
per 1 million working hours

Employee turnover
human rights complaint

million THB worth of income for Communities for over 5 years.
Material Sustainability Issue
ThaiBev continued to review key sustainability issues facing the organization and added one material issue to the original list of 16 in 2019 to 17 issues in 2020 in response to global trends and stakeholder concerns.

The COVID-19 pandemic required continued government involvement to address the problem, including home quarantine and physical distancing requirements. These impacted people’s daily lives and consumption behaviors as they adapted to “new normal” lifestyles. For example, there has been a continued rise in online shopping, as consumers remain concerned about their health and safety.

An assessment of key sustainability issues determined that stakeholders are concerned about the safety of both products and services, as well as employees’ safety in the workplace. Supply chain disruptions have further impacted key sustainability issues with important implications. Major issues include:
  • Consumer health and safety
  • Sustainable supply chain
  • Product health and nutrition.
Key Sustainability Topics
The company identified and analyzed risks and opportunities along with business goals and strategies, stakeholder expectations, and trends in three broad areas related to sustainability: environmental, social, and economic. The results from the risk assessment were used to develop a risk mitigation action plan, and responsible persons were assigned to implement the plan.

  • Consumer Health and Safety
  • Business Partners Capability Development
  • Data Security and Privacy
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Corporate Governance & Business Ethics
  • Innovation
  • Sustainable Supply Chain
  • Energy Management
  • Climate Strategy
  • Waste, Packaging, and the Circular Economy
  • Water Stewardship
  • Corporate Consumer Accountability
  • Community Development & Partherships
  • Human Capital Development
  • Talent Attraction & Retention
  • Employees Wellbeing
  • Human Rights