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Gyproc helps build new classroom at remote school in Lampang

Bangkok – Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, the manufacturer of gypsum innovations over 45 years and of the leading brand Gyproc, continues its CSR activities to support Thai communities and enhance education for underprivileged children. Gyproc recently partnered with King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) and made a donation of gypsum building products to KMUTNB’s Camp Club volunteers in rural development to construct a new school building. The new structure replaces a unit that was recently damaged/obsolete at Ban Na Mai School, Mueang Mai, Chae Hom District, Lampang. The initiative aims to provide an adequate school building to give underprivileged students there a better chance for education and improved living standards.

Richard Juggery, Managing Director, Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, said, “We are very pleased to be part of KMUTNB’s student project, giving us the opportunity to contribute and pledge our support to Ban Na Mai School in Lampang. This is a very mountainous and quite remote part of Thailand; we are delighted to make a donation of Gyproc construction products to assist with the completion of a new classroom facility. It will make a big difference in the lives of children studying there, and make a positive contribution to their education.”
Gyproc Aesthetic & Hygiene Appearance ProClean and Gyproc™ Grid 32T24 products were used. The solution was fitted by Gyproc’s own gypsum installers who helped KMUTNB students to construct the school building.

This Gyproc CSR activity demonstrates the company’s care for youth and society, building on Gyproc’s commitment to responsibility within the organization towards society. The project also follows the global commitment of Saint-Gobain to encourage participation as an organization in the need to restore benefits to the larger community, and to promote sustainability.


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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