A Facebook Page belonging to a transport company has come out and claimed that they will be closing their van service from Bangkok to Hua Hin because they are broke due to the organization plan designed by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).
As a response, the government has come out and reported that the organization plan is designed to help passengers have a better time using the public transportation system. Whether a business can survive depends on the quality of the product and the customer service from the people involved, this is what attracts the customers.
Lieutenant General Werachon Sukondhapatipak the Deputy Government Spokesperson reported on the 14th of this month (14 June 2019) on the issue of a van service company declaring that they will be closing their route from Bangkok to Hua Hin on the end of this month (30 June 2019). The reason behind the shutdown is a lack of customers which the NCPO organization plan is to blame.
Prayut Chan-o-cha the Prime Minister of Thailand understands the struggle of van service providers. The organization plan intends to improve the cleanliness of the city so that citizens are in a safer space when using the public transportation system.
Most of the van service stations have improved, but there are some stations that go back to the way they were right when the officers leave. On the other hand, service is a part of the business, in order for a business to survive it requires many aspects and development over time. Most significantly the product and customer service.
The Deputy Government Spokesperson then stated, the world of competition requires the competitors to change and develop their business throughout time and the change of society in order to leave customers satisfied and willing to revisit the business again.
FB Caption: A transport company has come out and claimed that they will be closing their van service from Bangkok to Hua Hin because they are broke due to the organization plan designed by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO).