Sappe Public Company Limited (SAPPE) Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Piyajit Ruckariyapong, received ‘Thailand Corporate Excellence Awards 2023’ in the ‘Corporate Management Excellence’ category given to the organization with less than 10 billion baht in annual revenue. The event was organized by Thailand Management Association (TMA) and Chulalongkorn University’s Sasin Graduate Institute of the Business Administration (Sasin School of Management) to honor the organizations with excellence in efficient management.
The award presentation ceremony was presided over by a member of the Privy Council, Mr. Chirayu Israngkun Na Ayuthaya. The selecting criteria for the awards this year include competitiveness, environment, society, good governance, and sustainability. It is the first time for SAPPE to win the award and the company has been honored as the only organization in beverage industry to receive the award in the Corporate Management Excellence category. This reflects the achievement of SAPPE, a resilient organization which is able to adapt, adjust and successfully take a chance from a period of change to achieve excellence.
The ‘Thailand Corporate Excellence Awards by TMA in partnership with Sasin School of Management has been organizing for over two decades and the year 2023 is the 21st year to present the awards to the organizations with excellence in various fields of management. The award giving is aimed at promoting and accelerating Thai private sector to be robust, stable and contribute to economic growth sustainably and tangibly.
All nominated and awarded organizations have been screened thoroughly by the panel of committee and experts. Each organization not only demonstrates its potential in excelling management but also holding an outstanding performance. It inspires and being a role model for the other organizations in developing internal management efficiently. The selected organization will also move towards sustainable success in order to become the key force in economic development and enhance the country’s competitiveness.