TACC held the Analyst Meeting for performance during the first six months of 2016 – Chatchawee Wattanasook, Chief Executive Officer, and Chanit Suwannaparin, Managing Director, TAC Consumer Public Co., Ltd., took photographs with analysts after holding the Analyst Meeting. Concerning the performance report for the first six months of 2016, performance during the first half of the year was most impressive with a net profit of 51 million baht, an increase of over 30.93 percent when compared to the same period for the previous year with confidence in income growth at no less than 15 percent in line with set goals. The benefits of tea-coffee sales will shoot over the top! TACC is ready to send “Hello Kitty” goods to 7-Eleven in September – December of this year with expectations to gain no less than 40 million baht in income. TACC is making moves to install vending machines in 7-Eleven according to plans with readiness to move forward into markets in China and Cambodia in a push for foreign income shares up by 12 percent of total income.