Bangkok, Thailand, May 14, 2019 - Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL. was awarded 2019 Thailand Electric Vehicle Charging Company of the Year by Frost & Sullivan. This award is part of Frost & Sullivan’s Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards that recognizes Delta’s best practices, strong performance and meaningful contributions of stakeholders towards a sustainable future.
“We are honored to receive this award as Delta is expanding our regional footprint especially in solution businesses like renewable energy and EV charging stations. We leverage our strong position to take a leading role in global citizenship and to promote the sustainable development of Thai industries,” said Mr. Hsieh Shen-yen, Delta Electronics (Thailand) President. “We believe in the future of e-mobility and invest aggressively in R&D for future-proof technologies that address mega-trends. You can expect to see more of Delta as we expand our footprint across Southeast Asia, India, Australia and New Zealand.”
Founded in 1961, Frost & Sullivan monitors around 250,000 companies in 300 industries worldwide to help drive innovation, excellence and positive economic change by recognizing best-in-class products, companies and individuals. The annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards, held in Singapore, identifies and honors outstanding companies the Automotive, Energy, Building & Environment industries to the Healthcare, Information Communication Technologies and Logistics sectors in Asia Pacific.
Frost & Sullivan analysts identify award recipients based on in-depth interviews, analysis and extensive secondary research. Analysts study each company’s revenues, market share, capabilities and overall contribution to the industry to identify best practices. For the 2019 Company of the Year Award, Frost & Sullivan evaluated Delta according to the following key benchmarking criteria:
• Addressing Unmet Needs
• Customer Service Experience
• Implementation of Best Practices
• Price/Performance Value
• Brand Equity
• Financial Performance
Besides its strong overall performance, Delta won acclaim for its excellent stakeholder contribution. “We recognize that Delta's receipt of this award is the result of many individuals (employees, customers and investors) making daily choices to believe in the organization and contribute in a meaningful way to its future,” Mr. Eng Lok Koh, Frost & Sullivan Thailand Country Head, said.
As a SET-listed company and one of the largest electronics manufacturers in Thailand, Delta has earned a reputation for creating excellent value for stakeholders with its sustainable development strategy. By developing e-mobility and electrification across the region, Delta delivers on its brand promise: Smarter. Greener. Together.