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Gyproc sponsors BCI Asia Awards 2015

Bangkok – 24 June 2015, Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, the manufacturer of gypsum innovations for 45 years and of the leading brand “Gyproc,” the pioneer construction industry sponsored BCI Asia Awards 2015. The awards event provides an overview of the regional building and construction industry by recognizing top architectural firms and developers that had the greatest impact on the built environment in Southeast Asia. The event is an annual highlight in the regional building industry where the Top 10 Awards are bestowed at exclusive, by-invitation-only ceremonies across seven major cities in Southeast Asia. Apart from the award announcement, the event also has an exhibition booth presentation showcasing innovative tech products from manufacturers and distributors.

Gyproc arranged booth activities to demonstrate its high quality gypsum products and latest product innovations through the concept, “Gyproc Bedroom inspired by the nature,” offering advice to customers on how to choose the right Gyproc products for their budget and functionality requirements.

Richard Juggery, Managing Director, Thai Gypsum Products Public Company Limited, said, “We would like to thank BCI ASIA & FuturArc Journal for allowing Gyproc to be a partner to the BCI Asia Awards 2015. We had the very great pleasure to present our range of leading solutions for customers at this event, enabling us to meet with our clients personally and understand how we can best serve their specific needs in the future.”

For more information, please visit website http://www.gyproc.co.th/ or https://www.facebook.com/GyprocClub
 
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About Thai Gypsum Products Plc.

Thai Gypsum Products Pcl., was established in 1968, and is Thailand’s pioneering manufacturer of quality gypsum plasterboards 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 plasterboard, gypsum ceiling tile, metal system components and powder finishing products, as well as innovative solutions focusing on offering a complete interior for its customers.

Recognizing the importance of environmental conservation, the company’s operations adhere to its Gyproc Go Green (3G) philosophy. Green Products include Gyproc plasterboards and ceiling systems which are ASTM D5116-90 compliant; the level of dispersion/evaporation of chemicals from Gyproc products does not exceed required standards, and the use of eco-friendly, recycled materials is not less than 30%. Products are free from radioactive agents and health-threatening elements such as cadmium and lead. Green Solutions includes full wall and ceiling energy-saving solutions to prevent heat transmission into the building from outside, reducing the load on air conditioning and reducing Co2 emissions. Gyproc’s Green Manufacturing process is environmentally compassionate, including the installation of wastewater treatment technology and energy-efficient systems with ISO 14001 certification and Green Label certification.

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 construction, industrial and consumer markets. The Company invests in research and development continuously to offer high quality products at very reasonable prices. Consumers benefit from high performance solutions that are hypo-allergenic, antibacterial, comfortable in use and have a long service life, whilst installers enjoy fast, easy installation.

Saint-Gobain and its 180,000 employees are 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, and Gypsum boards have gained strong market recognition in over 40 countries throughout the Asia Pacific Region. Gyproc is manufactured under strictly monitored processes certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004, and is compliant with many well accepted international standards.

 



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