Within the scope of its local “We Care, We Share” program, the CNH Industrial team in Thailand is committed to supporting communities affected by COVID-19.
In addition to safeguarding the health and wellbeing of its employees at this critical time, CNH Industrial, one of the world’s largest capital good’s companies, has launched a series of local initiatives related to Corporate Social Responsibility in the areas of Food, Education, and Health.
HONG KONG, April 6, 2020 /3BL Media/ – This World Health Day, as the world grapples with the worst public health emergency in recent memory, over 90 percent of respondents surveyed in Southeast Asia and Hong Kong support a government-led closure of illegal and unregulated wildlife markets, according to new research for World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
PANDORA’s longest running charity initiative allows PANDORA employees in Thailand a chance to give back to their local community.
In some areas of Thailand, especially rural areas, school buildings can be run-down and filled with old equipment, which may lower the quality of education. PANDORA’s ‘My School Project’ gives employees in Thailand a chance to give back to their local communities.
Each year, PANDORA’s employees in Thailand can nominate the school that they once attended for My School Project. Once a school has been chosen, the project of both renovating and building facilities begins with the materials paid for by PANDORA.
BANGKOK, December 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ — Thai Union Group PCL and Nestlé have launched a demonstration boat to promote the human rights of workers in the Thai fishing industry. The boat is the first of its kind in Thailand.
The two companies, in collaboration with global non-profit Verité, renovated a standard Thai fishing boat, transforming it into a modern vessel demonstrating improved working conditions and labor standards.
Through continuous improvements PANDORA commits itself to minimizing the environmental impact. This has resulted in PANDORA receiving five awards in waste utilization from the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.
At PANDORA Production Thailand, waste is seen as a resource. In 2016, 86% of the waste produced by its crafting facilities was reused or recycled. The dedicated effort put into the company’s waste management has now been rewarded by the Department of Industrial Works in Bangkok, Thailand.
62 sites achieve Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Certification
DETROIT, November 3, 2016 /3BL Media/— General Motors is supporting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal to halt biodiversity loss by developing wildlife habitats at its sites around the world. From helping protect honeybees with pollinator gardens or designating no-mow zones to grow grassland habitats, GM is demonstrating the role business can play in advancing sustainable ecosystems.
Hanes plants in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Thailand and Vietnam increased energy efficiency by 18 percent to achieve EPA Challenge for Industry Status
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., March 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ – HanesBrands (NYSE: HBI) announced today that five additional company manufacturing plants have earned U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star Challenge for Industry awards by reducing energy use by an average 18 percent.
As the world works hard to ensure that supply chains are free from any type of compromising issue, there are still areas that are difficult to investigate. One such area that has become a hotspot for such controversy, is Thailand.