Nissan in Thailand recognized for environmental leadership

SATHORN, Bangkok – Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. has received the Thailand Automotive Quality Award 2017 for "Outstanding Brand Image for Environmental Friendly," reinforcing the company's global leadership position in the electrification and EV space.

Mr. Peter Galli, vice president of Communications at Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd., accepted the award from Dr. Somchai Harnhirun, chair of ceremony and deputy minister of Industry at an event at Impact Muang Thong Thani.

"We are proud and honored to receive this outstanding award, recognizing our contribution to helping protect the environment," said Galli. "Nissan has been in the Electric Vehicle space for 70 years, starting with our first EV, the 1947 Tama. As concerns about air quality and the environment grow, innovative Nissan solutions like e-POWER, and EVs like the LEAF, are essential to a smart, clean and sustainable driving future, without compromising affordability or driving pleasure."

Nissan's commitment to being environmentally friendly in Thailand is clearly reflected through its continuous product development, including a diverse range of fuel efficient vehicles like the Nissan Note, March and Almera.

"We recently announced our plan to bring the new LEAF to Thailand, the first company to announce its intent to deliver a mainstream zero-emission Intelligent Electric Vehicle locally," said Galli. "This is part of our strategy to continue providing ‘Innovation that Excites' to our valued customers here in Thailand."


Mr. Kamolchanok Charoenjindarat
Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. – Communications Department
Tel: +66 (0) 2339 3400 Ext. 4113-4114 / Fax: +66 (0) 2253 1022

Paphada Tuanghirunvimon
TQPR (Thailand) Co., Ltd. – Senior Consultant
Tel: +66 (0) 2260 5820 Ext. 113

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