CP ALL Plc. (“the Company”) has strategies to build sustainable growth and profits, to create value-added products and services for customers and society through quality and effective work processes, and to support a learning culture and development of employees through the corporate philosophy, vision and mission as follows:
CP ALL Plc. was established in 1988 by the Charoen Pokphan Group to operate the convenience store business in Thailand under “7-Eleven” trademark. The Company was granted a license to use the trademark from 7-Eleven, Inc., USA. In 1989, the first 7-Eleven outlet in Thailand was opened on Patpong Road. Furthermore, the Company operates other related businesses such as bill payment collection service (“Counter Service Co., Ltd.”), manufacturing and sale of convenience food and bakery products (“CPRAM Co., Ltd”), sale and maintenance of retail equipment (“CP Retailink Co., Ltd.”), information technology services (“Gosoft (Thailand) Co., Ltd.”), logistics services (“All Now Management Co., Ltd.”), marketing services (“MAM Heart Co., Ltd.”), educational institution (“Suksapiwat Co., Ltd.”), and training and business seminar services (“Panyatara Co., Ltd.” and “All Training Co., Ltd.”), including catalog sales and e-commerce business (Twenty Four Shopping Co.,Ltd.), and etc. In 2013, CPALL acquired Siam Makro Public Company Limited (“Makro”) operating membership based Cash and Carry trade centers in Thailand.
The Company is operating convenience stores under the “7-Eleven” trademark. The symbol of the Company’s stock trading in the Stock Exchange of Thailand is “CPALL”. The Company has registered as a Public Limited Company since March 12, 1999 and its registration number is 0107542000011. The Company’s group structure as follow: