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Update July 11, 2016

Claim Di Bike Service Center opens in Chiang Mai offering faster claims processing

Kitinan Anuphan, President of Anywhere To Go Co. Ltd and staff launch the new claims processing service for insurance companies in Chiang Mai allowing for trained independent surveyors to attend accidents and make claims.

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A new service center for Claim Di Bike has opened in Chiang Mai offering online access to insurance and claims on accidents for the insured.

Kitinan Anuphan, President of Anywhere To Go Co. Ltd. said that Claim Di service, which offers digital insurance, launched new service “Claim Di Bike”. The company has opened Claim Di Bike center in in Khon Kaen, Phuket, and Hat Yai. 

Claim Di Bike service offers an independent surveyor working with the company. Claim Di Bike will receive the claim job from the insurance company in the whole area of northern part. The company’s surveyor will determine if the Insured has an accident requiring a claim. This will process claims quickly and efficiently because all processes will be online and in central system immediately. This can reduce documentary tasks and save time for the customer and insurance company and will help to prevent fraud.

Chiang Mai has seen rapid growth in development and more and more traffic. Chiang Mai also regularly has the highest number of accidents in the region so the current claim system via an intermediate person representing the insurance company has proven slow and not balanced. The insured could waste hours waiting on the road for the insurance agent to come and claims were slow to process. The new system will solve this problem by allowing an independent surveyor to be able to register for using Claim Di Bike system with no charge by using smart phone on both Android and IPhone as Claim Di Bike Partner after joining training. The company will pass the job via smart phone to the person who is closest to where the accident occurred and can accept the job.

This system using trained independent surveyors and smart phones will enable the surveyor to reach the accident 2- 3 times faster and can handle more jobs per day which should speed up the claims process.

He said, “We started working in Bangkok since mid 2015 and this January we opened for application across the country and there were many people interested in joining Claim Di bike. So, we decided to open the Khon Kaen branch, Phuket branch, and Hat Yai branch consecutively. Chiang Mai was our most recent opening.”


Update July 5, 2016

Northern spas to establish international spa standards

Spa owners signed a memorandum of understanding to implement world class standards at spas in the four Northern provinces of Chiang Mai, Lampang, Lamphun and Mae Hong Son along with the Thai Lanna Spa Association and the Medical Science Department of Chiang Mai University at the Thai Lanna Spa and Wellness Conference held from June 29 – July 2, 2016

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Many spas in the four northern provinces of Chiang Mai, Lamphun, Lampang and Mae Hong Son joined together to sign a memorandum of understanding with the Thai Lanna Spa Association and the Medical Science Department of Chiang Mai University at the Thai Lanna Spa and Wellness Conference recently.

The Conference was held at the Dusit Princess from June 29 – July 2 while the MoU was signed at a special dinner held at the Duang Tawan Hotel Chiang Mai on July 1, 2016. Attending the signing were Governor Pawin Chaminprasart, Tourism and Sports Chiang Mai director Montri Piyakul and President of the Thai Lanna Spa Association Krod Rojanasatiern. Visitors included members of business and spa associations around Thailand including Prisana Sriwibul, president of the Business for Wellness Club Khon Kaen, Rangsriman Kingkaew, president of the Spa Association Phuket, Sitipasu Thongsuk, president of the Spa Association Samui and Chairath Rattanopas, president of the Spa Association Pattaya.

The MoU will establish world class facilities and ensure international standards of participating spas in a bid to boost spa and wellness tourism to the North and increase confidence among tourists to visit spas in the four Northern provinces.


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Claim Di Bike Service Center opens in Chiang Mai offering faster claims processing


Northern spas to establish international spa standards


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