Gov’t stresses passenger van regulations for passenger benefit

Gov’t stresses passenger van regulations for passenger benefit

Tanakorn Sangiam

 

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BANGKOK, 14 June 2019(NNT) - The government has expanded its regulation of passenger van services is for the benefit of passengers, urging operators to adjust their business operations and attract more customers with good service.

 

The Deputy Government Spokesman Lt Gen Weerachon Sukondhapatipak responded to the announcement of the closure of a Pinklao - Hua Hin passenger van service on 30 June, which was posted on social media, blaming low passenger volumes due to regulations enforced by the National Council for Peace and Order.

 

He said Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha is sympathetic regarding operational challenges faced by van operators, but the regulation that has been put in place by the government and NCPO is aimed at providing better convenience to passengers, maintaining public order, and ensuring operational safety and good service.

 

"The Prime Minister has pointed out that many van operators are now operating better services, however some operators who fail to follow the regulations strictly have continued to face the same old problems. Businesses should continue to move forward in order to succeed, with the quality of products and services being the most important factors in attracting more customers."

 

The deputy government spokesman said, in this business with many competitors, businesses must continue to evolve and constantly refine their business operations to impress and satisfy customers, which will generate a good impression and recommendations by the customers themselves to other people.

 

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