31 Jul 2019
Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand’s largest conglomerate, reported positive financial results in the first half of the year, including its operations in Cambodia.
According to a financial report released Monday, from January to June, SCG’s revenue from sales grew by 11 percent in the Cambodian market, reaching 906 billion riel ($226 million).
The report highlights two services launched during the first half of the year in the Cambodian market: “Interior Solution”, which provides design and materials specification services, and roofing, which includes design an installation.
It notes that the first facility to benefit from these services is the children department at Royal Phnom Penh Hospital.
“Our first project was the children department of the Royal Phnom Penh Hospital, which is the first healthcare facility that specialises in children. The ward needed a special design to provide health services for children and our ‘Interior Solution’ met the ward’s needs, with a professional team trained using Thai standards,” it said.
Somwang Manpismonchai, SCG director in Cambodia, said that Kampot Cement, an SCG subsidiary, was the recipient of the ‘TPM Excellent: Category A’, an award given by the Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance (JIPM).