Published on February 2, 2008
Company president Chai Chaiyawan said yesterday that the network was part of Thai Life's Total Care for Life business plan. Its purpose is to ensure policyholders get their maximum entitlement for health services and help with claims settlement.
"The CCN is being set up to protect policyholders' rights," Chai said.
It will help customers with any problems with claims.
The network will begin operations on April 1.
MOS Burger is opening its second branch at the Food Hall on the first floor of Central's Chidlom branch. The sales focus will be on clean and fresh products.
The new branch will open on February 7. The company forecasts annual sales of approximately Bt40 million.
MOS Burger plans to open additional branches in Siam Paragon, The Emporium Shopping Complex and Thonglor and expects to have 10 branches within three years.
The Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Development Bank (SME Bank) said yesterday it was upgrading all its 99 branches around the country.
President Pongsak Chewcharat said in a statement that the bank had upgraded its outlets from business centres to full-service branches, ordinary branches and representative offices.
There will be 10 full-service branches, 52 ordinary branches and 37 representative offices.
Phuket Governor Niran Kalayanamit yesterday called on the new government to appoint a tourism and sports minister who would push through mega-projects that would boost Phuket's development.
"I push for solutions to all our problems, including garbage disposal, the lack of an international convention and exhibition centre and growing traffic congestion," he said.