Pattaya Daily News

17 May 2014 :: 11:05:26 am 86099

Pattaya Cooperative Baht bus Profits 2.5 million

At the outset of yearly meeting of The Board of Directors and Members on 16 May called by Mr. Suchat Klangsin, the President of Chonburi Cooperative Minivan reported the net profit of 2.5 million of the cooperative Baht bus business.
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PATTAYA-May 17, 2014, [Pattaya Daily News]: The record profit reduced by 4 hundred thousand baht from previous year was the result of overall economic downturn of a country. Mr. Thawat Puekboonnak was also elected as the new President of Chonburi Cooperative Baht bus at the meeting.

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The welcoming address was honorably chaired by Mr. Ranakit Ekasin, the Deputy Mayor of Pattaya City. Mr. Ekasin gave the brief overview and significance of Pattaya city as one of the major tourist city. In preparation for the upcoming AEC for in a year to come, the Deputy said the city needs to develop both personnel skills of the service providers as well as the minivan drivers across the region. This includes the basic communication skills. In this regard, Pattaya city is opening the ‘Skills Training Centers’ and complying with the rules of the cooperative and traffic rules strictly to ensure cooperation and image of the city is well presented.

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Mr. Klangsin revealed that at present there are 712 minivans and 150 taxis licensed by 4 bus routes that fall under his responsibility. The net profit recorded was 2,523,728.13 baht that has reduced from the previous year by 479,121.84 baht. Unfortunately, this was the result of economic downturn of a country. The interest rates on depositing in cooperatives also lowered from 7% to 5% so that the single standard for all the cooperatives remains.
As reported earlier, Mr. Thaawat Puekboonnak has also elected as the new President of Chonburi Cooperative Baht bus at the meeting.

Reporter : Yanathip   Photo : PDN staff   Category : Community News

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