Corporate Social Responsibility - CR Asia Group

We proactively engage with the communities within which we work. Our corporate social responsibility program is driven by local committees within each business to ensure we provide targeted assistance where it can deliver real benefit to the community.

Our programs are usually focused on delivery of health care and education for children and development of local infrastructure. We encourage our staff to engage in the delivery of these programs ensuring the link between community and employment is maintained.

CR3 Supports Repairs to School

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We want to celebrate the achievement of our Pipeline Services Division Manager, Mr Rung Sawangsri, from our Thailand office. He led a group of volunteers to repair and paint old, run-down buildings of Ban Daekreakee School in Thailand.
The project has improved the quality of the facility and young students from kindergarten to grade 6 have a revitalised place to learn. The school director showed her sincere appreciation by presenting us with a certificate of honour.

CR3 Supports Community Impacted by COVID-19 Lockdowns

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One of CR3’s core values is to be supportive of the communities in which we work. For over a decade CR3 has been supporting the Klong Toei community, (the largest slum community in Bangkok) with programs aimed to support micro-businesses within the community and through the provision of dental services for those most in need.

While COVID-19 impacts us all, its impact is felt most by those who have the least.

Through our long-standing relationship with two micro-businesses, (“Cooking with Poo” and the “I’m Tasty Food Company”) in the Klong Toei community, CR3 is privileged to support the delivery of 555 locally prepared meals, 400 deserts and drinks over the past week to assist the residents in the community who have been impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns.

We thank our partners “Cooking with Poo” and “I’m Tasty Food Company” for their support in making this happen. This initiative has now prompted several Bangkok restaurants also deliver support to the Klong Toei community through the same local contacts.

CR3 Thailand Delivers Essential Supplies to Local Community

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The generosity of our employees is so heartening. During this global COVID-19 pandemic, CR3 Thailand (CRAT) delivered over 500 survival bags along with cash donations to the underprivileged communities of Map Kha Subdistrict, Ka Chet Subdistrict and Nong Taphan Subdistrict, Rayong Province.

Our employees packaged up necessities including rice, canned food, instant noodles, cooking oil and graciously contributed their own money to help alleviate the suffering of those impacted by the pandemic in the neighbouring communities.

We are so grateful for the thoughtful contribution from CRAT’s management and employees and appreciate all the donations received from our business partners and suppliers too.



CR3 Thailand Run Ran Run Fit & Fun

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CR3 Thailand (CRAT) organised a fun run event in December 2019 to help encourage employees and their families to exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle. The event called CR Run Ran Run Fit & Fun#2, also raised funds for the CRAT scholarship fund. The scholarship fund supports the education of CRAT employees’ children.

We were proud to have 242 runners participate in our event. This included 57 family members of CRAT employees. We had a lot of fun and it was a great way to boost employee morale while benefiting the well-being of our staff and their families.

CR3 Thailand Joins Kathin in Unity

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CR3 Thailand (CRAT) joined one of the leading producers of petroleum products in Thailand to host Kathin in Unity on October 17, 2019. Thot Kathin is an annual ceremony at which new yellow robes are presented to Buddhist monks by laymen. It takes places in October, after ออกพรรษา (the end of Buddhist Lent) and lasts for one month. Thai people often travel great distances to take part in Thot Kathin ceremonies.

CRAT, along with other major contractors were invited to take part in this year’s event at Wat Sophon Wanaram, Map Ta Phut Subdistrict, Mueang District, Rayong Province. Following the ceremony, a team from CRAT extended their gratitude by volunteering to help clean the area around the temple.

CRAT is actively involved with the local community as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. By providing opportunities to engage with our clients and business partners, we can promote good relations between organizations with temples and communities for business sustainability.

CR3 Thailand Recognised for Supporting Local Community

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CR3 Thailand (CRAT) is honoured and proud to be recognised for its continuous commitment to supporting the local community with its corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts. The Ministry of Industry hosted its national CSR award ceremony on the 23rd September 2019 at the Miracle Grand Convention Hotel in Bangkok. CRAT was the recipient of the Department of Industrial Works (DIW) CSR award for the 11th consecutive year.

Companies nominated for the award were graded against the following seven criteria; organisational governance, human rights, labour practices, environment, fair operating practices, consumer issues and community involvement and development.

Congratulations CRAT!

CR3 Thailand Hosts Charity Golf Tournament

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CR3 Thailand (CRAT) hosted its annual charity golf tournament in December 2019. This major fundraising event was a fun-filled day and a great opportunity to foster relationships with employees, clients and partners while raising over 60,000 baht for the scholarship fund, which benefits our employees’ children.

CRAT’s tournament organisers and the welfare committee appreciates the support it received for this event. Not only did we get a fantastic turnout of golfers on the day, but many other employees also contributed by purchasing a golf shirt. Proceeds from the sale of the shirts also went to the scholarship fund.

CR3 Thailand Helps with Cave Rescue

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Thailand and much of the world was recently riveted by the successful rescue of a youth football team “Wild Boars” as they and their coach were pulled out of a flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand. The 12 boys, aged between 11 and 16 together with their 25 year old coach went into the cave after a training session. Heavy rain while they were exploring the cave saw water levels inside rise rapidly, trapping the team deep inside the cave.

Search efforts expanded into a massive operation and following nine days without contact, the boys were found alive on an elevated rock 4 kilometres from the cave entrance. Various options for extracting the group were considered, but after days of pumping water from the cave system, diminishing oxygen levels and a respite from the rain, the rescue teams took the decision to get everyone out before the next monsoon rains arrived. After a gruelling 18 day battle against the forces of nature and a huge international rescue effort the last of the 13 Wild Boars were extracted from the Tham Luang Cave to jubilant scenes broadcast live around the world.

After a few days of struggling to stem the increasing water levels, Thai authorities called upon CR3 Thailand to send specialist pumps and personnel to assist with pumping of the flood waters from the cave. We quickly mobilized a team of specialists together with high volume submersible pumps that could be taken deep into the cave system to pump out the muddy floodwaters. After several days of pumping, the water levels reduced to a point where the rescue teams and divers were able to venture far enough into the cave to discover the Wild Boars and eventually pumping enough water out of the cave to enable the safe withdrawal of the team.

The increased activities and numbers of rescue personnel soon led to oxygen levels starting to diminish in the cave. Thai Navy Seals sent a military plane on an urgent mission to Rayong to collect long lengths (approx. 5 kilometres) of our air-hoses and special low pressure regulators. These were flown directly to Chiang Rai along with our operators to replenish oxygen levels throughout the cave system and enable the rescue teams to launch their extraction effort.

CR3 Thailand is immensely proud to have been part of a huge international rescue team including the Thai Navy, specialist cave divers, police, soldiers, rescue workers and representatives from various companies and government agencies.

CR3 Thailand Wins CSR Award

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In August, CR3 Thailand received the Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2018 from the Department of Industrial Works (part of the Ministry of Industry), in recognition of CR3 Thailand’s continuous commitment towards doing the right things in the right way and supporting their local community.

All nominated companies for the award were graded against the following seven criteria:

  • Organizational governance
  • Human rights
  • Labour practices
  • Environment
  • Fair operating practices
  • Consumer issues
  • Community involvement and development

CR3 Thailand has had an active Corporate Social Responsibility program since 2009.

CR3 Thailand Supports Flood Victims

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Due to the collapse of the Xe Pian-Xe Namnoy dam under construction in the southeast of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic in July, several villages were completely washed away and many more were flooded, forcing thousands of people to evacuate.

CR3 Thailand felt a strong empathy with the flood affected people in Laos and Cambodia and their urgent need for help.

In response to this, CR3 Thailand approached the Rayong Safety Association to rally relief support for the victims through donations of food, clothing and other essential items to survive.

CR3 Sponsors Vocational Training Centre

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CR3 sponsored an event organized by Steps With Theera at the British Embassy in Bangkok to help them raise funds for a new vocational training centre.

Steps With Theera is a coffee shop and vocational training centre that supports people with special needs transition to sustainable employment opportunities and live fulfilling lives. The training program is accredited from the UK and promotes skills for life, skills for employment and skills for independence.

In total, the event raised THB 1.9 million, which is a quarter of what is needed for the new training centre.

CR3 Thailand Sponsors Charity Run

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In 2018, CR3 Thailand has been promoting the benefits of doing more regular exercise to improve health and fitness amongst its staff. In parallel with this, the private and government sectors have been organising charity running events all across Thailand for people of all ages.

CR3 Thailand has taken the opportunity to participate at several of these fun runs in support of various local charities.

Some of recent events that CR3 Thailand have supported are as follows:

  1. Run for Health was held in April at Ban-Nongfab School in Rayong where donations were collected for Map Ta Phut Hospital
  2. SPRC FOR YOU was held in August at U-Tapao Airport Satthahip, Chonburi in support of the Eastern Area Hospital of Thailand
  3. NAVY Run 2018 was held in August at Remembrance Lhuangprasae Battleship in Rayong to remember the work of the Armed Forces in three southern provinces in Thailand

CR3 Singapore Sponsors Canoe Event

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In August, CR3 Singapore was one of the proud sponsors of the Aotearoa Waka Ama Club for the annual Country of Origin outrigger canoe event, which took place at Aloha Sea Sports Centre on the East Coast of Singapore.

Now in its 8th year, the event has races for women, men and mixed crews.

The real highlight was performing a Waiata (or song) and Haka (war dance) for all the participants and guests. For many of the club members, this was the first time they had performed a Waiata or Haka.

The experience created a deep sense of connection and appreciation for the Kiwi culture and for continuing to develop Kapa Haka (Maori performing arts) teaching as an integral part of the Club’s charter.