By The Nation
The workshops, held in Chiang Mai, Khon Kaen, Phuket, Bangkok and Chonburi, focused on Gyproc products, which are made using technology from the French company Saint Gobain, the company said in a press release issued on Friday.
The seminars also supported the company's marketing goal of strengthening relationships with construction-industry professionals and introducing them to Gyproc's mission to provide increasingly environmentally sustainable technology.
Sylvain Bredin, CEO of Thai Gypsum Products, said: "Gyproc's road show of seminars around Thailand evidences our commitment to reaching out and working more closely with clients, both architects and end users of the properties they are designing and making.
“Participants reported very high levels of satisfaction with the seminars in the detailed feedback they gave us. This engagement and follow-up help ensure that Gyproc can cover the needs of our customers in every aspect, and shows that by working closely with our customers at each stage of construction, we can create more valuable, greener and attractive places to live and work in.”
The event attracted more than 300 architects and professionals in the construction industry, the company said.