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Sertis empowers para-athletes by offering employment opportunities

Sertis Co., Ltd., takes part as one of the private sector organizations supporting

para-athletes under the care of the Sports Association for the Disabled of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King. With a commitment to fostering equality in the workplace and enhancing the quality of life for para-athletes, Sertis aims to be a vital source of inspiration, helping para-athletes reach their fullest potential on the national and global stage.

Mr. Dhawat Pansatiankul, Chief Operating Officer of Sertis Co., Ltd., revealed that Sertis is committed to continuing the company's policy of creating opportunities and supporting equality in the workplace, reducing social inequality. We value the diversity of our employees and strive to foster a constant awareness that individuals, regardless of their race, nationality, gender, or age, can work together smoothly and create positive change through collaboration. We recognize the determination, dedication, and discipline of para-athletes in training to elevate their abilities to participate in national and international sporting events. These individuals deserve equal social welfare and regular income to promote sports training and a good quality of their life. We are proud to contribute to their achievements and bring honor to our country in the future.

"For the past two years, we have provided support for the employment of para-athletes under the care of the Sports Association for the Disabled of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of His Majesty the King. We have sponsored two individuals, Mr. Angkarn Chanaboon, an athlete, who has achieved remarkable success in national and international disabled sports competitions. He won a gold medal and broke the Asian record in the high jump event, T45|46|47 class, at the 3rd Asian Para Games held in Indonesia. He also won a silver medal in the javelin throw event, F46 class, at the 9th ASEAN Para Games in Malaysia and a bronze medal in the javelin throw event, F46 class, at the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Indonesia. He also represented Thailand in athletics at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Furthermore, Mr. Angkarn had the opportunity to participate in athletics competitions at the upcoming 12th ASEAN Para Games scheduled to take place from June 3rd to 9th in Cambodia. We also have Mr. Bunkong Klomphan, a junior wheelchair tennis player, who has achieved success in various competitions, including winning the Men's Doubles Second Draw category at the Pattaya Thailand Open ITF Series 2, and the Men's Doubles Second Draw category at the NSDF Wheelchair Tennis ITF Series 3. He also represented the Thai national team in the BNP Paribas World Team Cup Asian Qualification tournament, aiming to qualify for the World Championships in Portugal," said Mr. Dhawat.

Mr. Angkarn Chanaboon Mr. Bunkong Klomphan

Sertis is dedicated to becoming an essential part of the private sector organization in advancing the growth of athletes and elevating individual athletic accomplishments. This commitment encompasses active participation in company events to foster equality and promote awareness of the value of workforce diversity at every level. Currently, our personnel comprises employees with diverse backgrounds and nationalities, each contributing unique knowledge and expertise, like the pieces of a unified jigsaw puzzle. Our success in work and business endeavors stems from various factors working together, and a key element is the acceptance and support of these differences, enabling us to harmoniously unite and strive towards shared objectives. We firmly emphasize the company's stance and belief that diversity in all forms is essential for creating success.


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