MTI and FinGas launch gas online purchase service with fire insurance

MTI and FinGas launch gas online purchase service with fire insurance

MTI and FinGas launch gas online purchase service with fire insurance up to 50,000 baht, first in Thailand and first 200,000 tanks for free

Muang Thai Insurance PCL (MTI), led by Mrs. Nualphan Lamsam, CEO and President, and FinGas Co., Ltd., led by Miss Poranee Wattanachot, CEO, launched an online platform for LPG orders for the first time in Thailand. Customers who order online the first 200,000 LPG tanks will receive fire insurance, with coverage up to 50,000 baht, for free.

In addition, there is a special promotion of cash back voucher, up to 1,000 baht, for household fire insurance purchase with premiums starting from 645.21 baht and coverage up to 5 million baht. The launch event was held at Baan Kamphu, Asoke, and participants included Mr. Tewit Boriboonchaisiri, Mr. Wasit Lamsam, Miss Nattarin Klovuthi-anun, and Mr. Paran Chiamchittrong.

L-R: Mr. Paran Chiamchittrong, First Senior Vice President; Miss Nattarin Klovuthi-anun, COO;  Miss Poranee Wattanachot, CEO; Mrs. Nualphan Lamsam, President and Chief Executive Officer; Mr. Tewit Boriboonchaisiri, CMO; Mr. Wasit Lamsam, Senior Executive Vice President


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