As such, the quality of products and performance of suppliers and contractors can have both positive and negative impacts on the Company. Moreover, management of relationships with suppliers and contractors is also essential to promote and build long-term growth together.
The Working Committee, consisting of the senior executives of the Company and its subsidiary companies, has the duty and responsibility in developing the procurement best practices in compliance with the international and ethical standards in order to set the procurement standards of AMATA Group, as well as, preparing and disseminating the Supplier Code of Conduct to communicate the intent of the Company in doing the business ethically with responsibility by taking economic, social and environmental impacts into consideration.
As well as a ESG risk assessment within the Company's supply chain. That covers all suppliers and contractors in good corporate governance, economy, society, and environment. Setting the management guidelines and strategies suitable for each group of suppliers and contractors and arranging for development and enhancement of suppliers and contractors' potential to reduce the sustainability risk and impact from business operations both in the short and long term.