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SCG Chemicals joins hands with EXAT to co-develop innovations for transportation infrastructure maintenance

Date : 8 February 2017


Mr. Cholanat Yanaranop, President, SCG Chemicals (4th from left), and Mr. Narong Gieddech, Governor of the Expressway Authority of Thailand (3rd from left), signed a memorandum of understanding for joint research and development efforts to create solutions for the maintenance of EXAT’s transportation infrastructure. The service solution uses a thorough analysis of the client’s problems to create innovations, with both parties working closely every step of the way to ensure products and services that address the customer’s needs.

Under this cooperation, SCG Chemicals and EXAT will take part in three research and development projects, namely, robots for the inspection of infrastructure in danger zones replacing humans; designing noise barriers using lightweight materials; and developing an ergonomic toll booth.



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