AAI determined its stakeholders into 9 groups which are shareholders, customers, trading partners, creditors, employees, competitors, society and communities, government sector and independent and other organizations in society. AAI sets the rights of stakeholders including the guideline on how to treat stakeholders in AAI’s Code of Conduct, as well as to emphasize it’s Intellectual Property Management and Anti-Corruption Policy.

Code of Conduct


Intend to create quality and stable growth to ensure that shareholders will receive sustainable returns from the Company's good efficient and performance.


Satisfying customers by delivering quality products and services complying with healthy and safety to life and assets including fair customers' contracts and agreements.


Complying with fair trading partners' contracts and agreements. Ensure that transparency procurement system has been implement, every trade partners must be treated equally and fairly in compliance with the Company's regulations.


Strictly fulfill contracts or agreements signed with creditors and conducting works to assure creditors that the Company's financial position and debt-servicing ability are appropriate.


Coordinating with Government by strictly complying with laws, rules and regulations related to business operations, including no forced and child labor.


Commit in a fair competitions, no mislead information or inappropriate actions have been use in order to destroy competitors' reputation.


Be cooperate with independent organizations, include data disclosure accurately.


Providing the structure of salary and compensation and benefits that are in line with the other companies in the same industry. Set a clear and transparent evaluation system with talent development plan, and ensure that all policies comply with human right respect.


Protect society, community, and environment from being suffered by the Company's operations, including setting up whistle blowing policy for any matters which may affect communities in order to examine, find out causes and improve.

Risk Management

Established a Risk Management Committee which consists of senior management from each business function and outsource specialist who are responsible for the Company’s risk management, assess and analyze risk issues, risk’s likelihood and consequence, as well as determining measures to manage risk factors which have a significant impact on business growth both corporate and business units risk.

Supply Chain Management

Improve supply chain management, analyze which organization is the key or affects production cost according to the needs of customers throughout the company’ value chain in order to develop work processes that efficient and cost-effective in order to enhance competitive advantage together throughout the supply chain.