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Petronas Chemicals opens marketing office in Thailand
May '15
Malaysia based Petronas Chemicals Group Berhad (PCG) has opened its first marketing office in Thailand which was inaugurated by the Malaysian envoy to Thailand, Nazirah Hussain.

In a press release, PCG said it has been intensifying its marketing and sales efforts to maximise returns especially in the key focus markets of China and ASEAN.

As a result, PCG has incorporated an overseas marketing subsidiary, Petronas Chemicals Marketing (Thailand) Co Ltd in Bangkok as part of its effort to enhance its regional presence.

CEO of PCG Sazali Hamzah said, “This office allows us to be closer to our customers with a view to improving marketing and sales excellence.”

“In particular, we are able to enhance our customer focus, ensuring that we understand and anticipate the needs and requirements of our end-customers,” he added.

He further added, “This includes developing customised solutions and providing high value product applications with attractive pricing.”

Hamzah noted that PCG is keen to accelerate innovation excellence by pursuing collaborations and working closely with customers to develop new products and process technology opportunities.

“The office opening ceremony is an important milestone for PCG. It is symbolic of our determination to become the preferred chemical company providing innovative customer solutions,” he explained.

PCG is of one of the top 10 companies in the FTSE4 Good Bursa Malaysia (F4GBM) Index, out of 200 largest companies ranked by market capitalisation.

It is committed to ensuring that its business practices are in line with globally recognised standards for environment, social & governance practices.

PCG is the leading integrated chemicals producer in Malaysia and one of the largest in South East Asia and operates a number of world class production sites, which are fully vertically integrated.

With a total combined production capacity of over 10 million metric tons per annum (MTPA), it is involved primarily in manufacturing and selling olefins, polymers, methanol, etc. (AR)

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