By The Nation
Chaiwat Kovavisarach, the BCP chief executive, said the company is studying to invest in a bio hub in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) with an initial plan to study a bio refinery.
BCP has a 500-rai (80-hectare) plot of land in Chachoengsao, a province in the EEC area.
BCP’s plan for the bio-based business will be included in their five-year investment plan (2019-2023) worth a combined Bt77 billion, he said.
Chaiwat said that BCP’s subsidiary BBGI Plc is in the filing process to the Securities and Exchange Commission, while expecting to be on the stock market in the latter half of next year.