SGS Awards ISO 27001 Certification to Bangchak
Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited is a Thai energy company that operates in tandem with socio-environmental responsibility. Also, its core business is petroleum refining to produce high-standard products from domestic and international sources. Moreover, its ultimate goal is to enhance national energy security and expand new investments so that its businesses may be sustained. To ensure the clients will receive the best excellent of service and trust in all process, Bangchak has concerned on protective privacy data and continuously improve the systems to meet the international standard.
Bangkok – Mr. Montree Tangtermsirikul (left in picture), General Manager, Certification and Business Enhancement, representative of SGS (Thailand) Limited, has congratulated and awarded ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard to Mr. Pativat Tivasasit (right in picture), Senior Executive Vice President, Refinery Business Group of Bangchak Corporation Public Company Limited - Maintenance Service Division for this achievment. It can be listed benefits of ISO/IEC 27001:2013 which this standard can enhance business with strong yet flexible framework for quality management, Increased reliability and security of systems and information, make customer and business partner confidence, integration with corporate risk strategies, competitive advantage, fulfilment of compliance obligations, alignment with customer requirements and high perspective vision of team management and demonstrates business commitment to meeting the highest standards of quality for customers’ trust.
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