Chia Tai Company Limited, Thailand's leading innovative agricultural company, invites people to take their fathers and family members to explore the 24th Kaset Kampaengsaen Fair where they can shop Chia Tai's agricultural products and fresh fruits and vegetables, while strengthening family ties during the week of Father's Day. Apart from a chance to purchase quality products ranging from Chia Tai seeds, Chia Tai Home Garden's peat moss, as well as fresh produce from Chia Tai Farm, the event participants will be able to gain considerable insights on how to use fertilizers from experts of Rabbit Brand Fertilizers which will surely attract those who are interested in planting. Moreover, the event features academic exhibitions and activities curated by students from various faculties, along with food festivals and many other fun activities. You are cordially invited to enjoy Chia Tai's quality products at Chia Tai Booth, B10, in front of the Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, in the festive year-end season during 1 - 10 December 2020, at the Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University, Nakhon Pathom Province.
About Chia Tai
Chia Tai Company Limited was established in 1921. It is now one of Asia's leading agricultural companies with its business covering the entire chain of the agricultural industry, starting from quality seeds, fertilizers, plant protection, to cultivation technology and delivery of safe and quality products.
Determined to unceasingly develop products and services, Chia Tai was among the first companies in Thailand to develop hybrid seeds. It has high potential to develop breeds to create security for farmers and confidence for consumers. Chia Tai has up to 10 R&D stations in Thailand and other countries and seven subsidiaries across Asia and the US with over 1,300 employees.
Chia Tai's principle in doing business is firmly based on business ethics and professionality, with its goal to develop products and services that deliver agricultural innovations for a better and sustainable quality of life for people across the region.