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JWD Launch Dangerous Goods Management System DG-Total

JWD Launch Dangerous Goods Management System DG-Total
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Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JWD InfoLogistics Public Company Limited (JWD), Mr. Charvanin Bunditkitsada recently announced that the company has been selected by the Stock Exchange of Thailand for inclusion in the Thailand Sustainability Investment (THSI) 2018 list.

The inclusion on this list is due to the strength of their environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. Mr. Charvanin explained that this new honor will “reflect positively in the wider interest of investors who are looking to invest in sustainable businesses.”

JWD designs their buildings with a key focus on energy conservation and are installed with solar energy systems, an implemented waste management system, and regularly organize environmental and natural conservation activities. All of this was a key factor for JWD being selected a THSI company coupled with their mode of operations based on good governance, paying special attention to reducing environmental impacts on the surrounding communities.

JWD recently launched the ‘DG-Total’ system, a system that manages the handling of dangerous goods in a way that enhances and increases safety while reducing the environmental and social impact.

Mr. Charvanin explained, “The introduction of the DG-Total system will enhance safety, reduce accidents, and prevent problems with dangerous goods and chemicals whether they happen on ships while they dock or load or unload. At the same time, the system helps maintain a database of cargoes in a systematic manner, replacing the more complicated paper documentation. It also makes real-time searches of information possible, enabling timely emergency response and reducing possible losses. On top of that, we also serve as a knowledge center to provide information and organize training and seminars on dangerous goods.”

JWD have the honor of being the only logistics company to be awarded a concession by the Port Authority of Thailand to provide services associated with the handling and storage of dangerous goods within the Laem Chabang Port area in Chonburi province under the supervision of the Laem Chabang Port Authority.

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