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We promote equality by supporting para-athletes as part of the company

Do you know that at Sertis, we support para-athletes to be part of the company? We strongly believe in the importance of equal opportunities in society and want to inspire Thai para-athletes to pursue their dream.

Sertis is committed to providing opportunities and supporting equality in the workplace, reducing societal disparities, and celebrating the diversity of our Sertizens. We believe that ethnicity, nationality, gender, or age should not limit anyone's abilities, and everyone can be their best selves and work together seamlessly to create outstanding achievements for the company.

We would like to introduce two para-athletes who are part of Sertis. First, Mr. Angkarn Chanaboon, an athlete, who has achieved remarkable success in national and international disabled sports competitions. He had the opportunity to compete in international competition events such as the 3rd Asian Para Games in Indonesia, the 9th ASEAN Para Games in Malaysia, the 11th ASEAN Para Games in Indonesia, the 16th Paralympic Games in Japan, the 12th ASEAN Para Games in Cambodia, and the 4th Asian Para Games in China.

Additionally, we proudly support Mr. Bunkong Klomphan, a junior wheelchair tennis player, who has achieved success in various competitions, including 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.

Their dedication, discipline, and hard work in training are reasons why we are confident that these individuals deserve support in terms of equal social welfare and regular income to promote their sports training and quality of life. This enables them to excel in their athletic pursuits, build their reputation, and make themselves and us all exceptionally proud.


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