Shell Thailand announces appointment of Panun Prachuabmoh as country chairman
Jan 06, 2020
Bangkok, Thailand - The Shell Company of Thailand Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Panun Prachuabmoh as the new Country Chairman of Shell Thailand, succeeding Asada Harinsuit, who completed his tenure with Shell on 31 December 2019. The appointment is effective as of 1 January 2020.
“We all realize that energy is important for living and is needed for economic development and quality of life in Thai society. We can take part in moving forward with shared goals of reducing global warming, decreasing the social divide and pushing digital transformation. Being appointed as the Country Chairman of The Shell company of Thailand is a great honor and a huge milestone in my career. My mission is to drive Shell Thailand to deliver energy for sustainable development. Our team is ready to collaborate and strengthen partnerships with all parties through the ‘Trusted Partner’ model as we drive access to “More and Cleaner Energy”. I truly appreciate the continued trust in Shell Thailand to respond to the energy needs with fuel oil, lubricant, bitumen, and other products, and in our services which are rooted in good governance, honesty and respect for people. Shell will always be beside Thailand to Make Life’s Journeys better in its 128th year and in subsequent years,” Panun said.
Panun has worked with Shell for more than 28 years. Prior to this appointment, Panun was Deputy Country Chairman and held the lead role in government relations and financial management. He has also been entrusted with several important roles including overseeing business strategy, finance, sales and marketing, business development as well as human resources management, both locally and regionally in Asia Pacific covering the retail, commercial fuel, lubricant and bitumen business. He has also served as the Chief Executive of other Shell Group companies both in Thailand and abroad. Panun received his Bachelor of Accountancy degree from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in 1985 and his Master’s in Accounting from Washington State University in 1989.
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