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Gyproc debuts exclusive Climbing Wall product display and integrated design solutions at Architect ‘16

Bangkok 27 April, 2016 – Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, the manufacturer of gypsum innovations over 45 years and of the leading brand “Gyproc,” presented its latest innovative materials and construction systems under the concept “Gyproc Fit Your Style” at Architect ’16. Gyproc’s exhibit includes an updated range of gypsum products and integrated design and construction solutions from Tuesday 26th April to Sunday 1st May 2016 at Impact Challenger Hall 1-3, Booth F411/1. A centerpiece of the booth presentation is the Gyproc Climbing Wall which demonstrates the strength and performance of Gypsum Gyproc Habito Board.

The “Gyproc Fit Your Style” booth concept demonstrates Gyproc’s high quality approach to gypsum products and latest product innovations, including a complete range of gypsum boards, gypsum ceiling tile, metal system components and plaster products. In addition, Gyproc Team will present its climbing wall show to demonstrate to the audience the incredible strength, functionality and reliability of modern gypsum solutions for the suspension of heavy articles. The climbing wall is built from the latest Gyproc product Gyproc® HabitoTM, a new option in construction that combines three ideal qualities: Extreme Shock Resistance, Soundproof, and Easy to Install.

Richard Juggery, Managing Director of Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, said, “We’re excited to appear as exhibitor once more at Architect ’16, a trade and consumer event that has historically brought us new customers and given us an exceptional opportunity to show our market-leading range of solutions. Of course, visitors can receive creative consulting from a team of highly skilled experts to provide detailed advice throughout Architect ’16, and also enjoy the games and activities inside our booth. I’m delighted to be able to meet so many of our customers, installers, architects and end users at this expo.”

Gyproc will also show another three highlight products at the event which includes the newly launched Gyproc® Magnetic Plaster, a newly-formulated plaster that transforms normal walls into magnetic areas whilst also covering cracks effectively; Gyptone, the ceiling board for the best sound insulation and good indoor climates in schools, kindergartens, hospitals, shops and offices; and Glasroc H Ocean, a gypsum board used in wet areas. The highly inorganic composition of this board allows it to be more resistant to moisture and mold, providing a safer solution than conventional gypsum boards. In addition, visitors can receive creative consulting from a team of experts to provide detailed advice throughout the event.
Further activities and promotional programs in support of the show can be found at Gyproc’s customer Facebook page, Gyproc Club, The Facebook page offers a great selection of prizes for visitors to win during Architect ‘16.


About Thai Gypsum Products Pcl.

Thai Gypsum Products Pcl., was established in 1968, and is Thailand’s pioneering manufacturer of quality gypsum boards and plasters. Its products and solutions are currently well-known and well-regarded in the construction industry in Thailand and Asia Pacific.
Thai Gypsum Products owns two modern gypsum plants at Laem Chabang, Chonburi and Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya. Thai Gypsum offers a complete range of gypsum board, gypsum ceiling tile, metal system components and powder finishing products, as well as innovative solutions focusing on offering a complete interior building solution for its customers.

About Saint-Gobain Group

Thai Gypsum Products Pcl. is part of Saint-Gobain Group, the world's largest building products manufacturer. Saint-Gobain Group specializes in the design, production and distribution of functional and sustainable materials for the construction, industrial and consumer markets.

The Group with over 190,000 employees is organized into four business sectors: Flat Glass, Packaging, Construction Products, and Building Materials Distribution. Thai Gypsum is part of Saint-Gobain’s World leading Gypsum activity, with 350 years operation in 130 sites and 13,000 employees, its international presence means that the activity can adapt to its customers' local requirements and deliver the right sustainable construction solutions for the local market.

Saint-Gobain was certified as a “Top Employer Asia-Pacific 2016”, one of just 10 outstanding companies that have been certified as a Top Employer Asia-Pacific.

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