London, June, 2012 – ACQ, a premier global Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) magazine, has recognized SLP Environmental as the leading provider of environmental due diligence (EDD) services in Thailand at the 2012 ACQ GLOBAL AWARDS.
“We are delighted that ACQ's readers and contributors have recognised our commitment to service and quality in the M&A support services marketplace and this is a significant milestone in our goal of becoming the leading provider of Environmental Due Diligence services in Thailand and the SE Asian marketplace” said Steve Pearmain, Managing Director of SLP Environmental.
Launched in 2004, ACQ magazine is one of the most respected publications servicing the corporate finance sector. The ACQ Global Awards have presented accolades to the business world’s best and brightest firms for the last eight years. ACQ asked its readership to nominate companies that warranted special recognition for their commitment to excellence and quality on a global scale.
“The winners represent the very best in their field from around the world and SLP Environmental truly deserves the accolade of Environmental Due Diligence Advisor of the Year” said Jake Robson, Editor in Chief of ACQ. “All category winners are in effect, a brand. In one sense, perhaps the most important sense, a brand is a promise. You know what you’re going to get with a well-branded product or service. It takes a lot of time, money and very hard work to build and maintain great brands, brands that can speak volumes in just a few syllables. It’s shorthand for what you are. All category winners in the ACQ Global Awards 2012 represent this ethos and this year, our dedicated subscribers have once again recognised the genuine leaders in the market”.
SLP Environmental Consultants has a successful track record in delivering ASTM and ISO standard Phase 1 Environmental Due Diligence (EDD), Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) auditing services in Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.