Company Overview of Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd.
Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd., through its subsidiaries, engages in the businesses of agro-industry and food, marketing and distribution, and telecommunications in Thailand and internationally. Its agro-industry and food business includes farming of poultry, swine, and shrimps. The company’s marketing and distribution business comprises network installation and services of fixed lines; subscription-based television and mobile phones; and fixed lines, 3G mobile phones, and Internet. It also offers seeds, fertilizers, and plant protection products, such as vegetable and corn seeds; pet foods for dogs, cats, fishes, fancy mice, rabbits, and horses; and automotive and industrial products. In a...
C.P. Tower 12/F
313 Silom Road
Founded in 1921
Key Executives for Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd.
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Finance
Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Automotive Industrial Products
Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Agro-Industry & Food Business
Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Plastic Business
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd. Key Developments
CP Group to Build $1 Billion Dairy Complex in Russia
May 18 16
CP Group to build $1 billion dairy complex in Russia. The partnership between CP Group and the RDIF was announced at the 2015 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum. They agreed to jointly look for and invest in projects in agriculture, food production and distribution and other areas.
ITOCHU Corporation Signs Memorandum of Understanding with CITIC Limited and Charoen Pokphand Group Company Limited
Jan 18 16
ITOCHU Corporation announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding between ITOCHU and two other companies, CITIC Limited and Charoen Pokphand Group Company Limited, with which ITOCHU formed a strategic business alliance with capital participation on January 20, 2015. The memorandum prescribes joint development and fostering of talented human resources who will play a key role in the strategic business and capital alliance and enhanced synergies between the three companies with regard to human resources as a basis for increasing corporate value in the medium to long term. The strategic significance of the abovementioned strategic business and capital alliance is that the combination of the respective strengths of what are three of the leading conglomerates in Japan, China and Asia, the use of existing business infrastructure and capabilities possessed by each company and the joint acquisition of prime assets will enable the parties to maximize their synergies across a wide business area (with a central focus on the ever expanding Chinese and Asian markets) and achieve accelerated growth. The strengths of ITOCHU and CPG lie in the non-resource sector, primarily in the consumer-related sector. CITIC aims to achieve business diversification, in addition to its presence in the financial sector. All three companies consider that, in order to accelerate the creation of business synergies in the consumer-related, basic industry-related and natural resource-related sectors and other new business opportunities, it is essential that human resources at each company who have so far amassed a wealth of detailed information, knowledge, expertise and experience across a wide range of fields strengthen mutual ties between the partners. The memorandum of understanding signed on this occasion identifies the construction of a strong, consolidated human resources network between the three companies through initiatives such as short-to-long-term human resources dispatch and exchange, dispatch of employees to participate in existing training programs at each respective company, and hosting of newly created joint training seminars as the foundation that will underpin the strategic alliance.
JBS , Charoen Pokphand Group, Tyson, Cargill and Smithfield Foods In Talks To Buy Tegel Foods
Sep 14 15
US-based food processing companies Tyson Foods, Inc.(NYSE:TSN), Cargill, Incorporated and Smithfield Foods Group Ltd. are the latest to emerge as potential suitors for Tegel Foods Ltd. It is understood that advisers have fielded approaches from all three parties, which join Brazil’s JBS S.A. (BOVESPA:JBSS3); and Thailand's Charoen Pokphand Group Co. Ltd. as potential acquirers of Tegel Foods.
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