Allergic to Bangkok: How can an automobile fix this symptom?

July 9, 2020
In the past few years, Bangkok has been facing ultra-fine dust and smog problems in the beginning of the year. The main factor is a ‘temperature inversion’, in normal condition smoke and fine dust from combustion and burning will lift to the lower temperature atmosphere and wind starts blowing away, but the inversion has another layer of warm air which is similar to big dome covering above the higher atmosphere hence the smog is trapped and cannot be carried away by wind causing the smog and particulate matter.

Cost Management for Organization’s Survival

July 3, 2020
The pandemic of an infectious disease or Covid-19 has effects on everyone, worldwide. It started from Wuhan, China and has caused a large number of sick people and deaths. It also has effects on tourism and other related industries; including, flight, hotel and event cancellations along with slowing down of production in the world industry under the Global Value Chain. As a consequence, these have effects on trade and investment in both domestic and international markets because of Stay at Home orders in order to stop the spread of this virus and prevent infection. People have to pay for protection gears such as mask or hand gel.

Electric Motorcycle Number 5

July 3, 2020
Nowadays, buying electrical appliances, the electricity saving label no.5 has helped consumers to decide on choosing products that have high efficiency in electricity usage, in other words, saving electricity bills each month while still meeting demand to make use of those products. There are variety of products with the electricity saving label no.5, such as refrigerators, air conditioners, kettles, and expanding to clothing and food products. The electric motorcycle is the latest product that has electricity saving label no.5. Electric motorcycle is divided into categories as follows;

19 มาตรฐานยานยนต์อาเซียน (19 UNECE Regulations ASEAN MRA)

June 26, 2020
ASEAN Consultative Committee on Standards and Quality (ACCSQ) has an important role in facilitating the economic integration concerning standardization and conformity regulations in ASEAN including developing the mutual recognition arrangements (MRAs) on conformity assessment to achieve its goal of acceptance the product assessment results of other member countries without re-testing. And Mr.Chaiyavat Tangkrockolan, Director of International Affairs Division, Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) acting as the head of Thai delegation in ACCSQ.

MOI is ready to support Thai auto makers

June 24, 2020
On June 24th, 2020 Mr.Suriya Jungrungreangkit, The Minister of Industry (MOI) together with Mr.Krichanont Iyapunya, Secretary to the Minister, Ministry of Industry, Ms.Suchada Thansub, Ministry Spokeswoman, Mr.Ittichai Yotsri, Deputy Director, Office of Industrial Economics (OIE) and Mr.Pisit Rangsaritwutikul, President of Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) had a meeting with the executives of BMW Group Thailand

TAI & CATC discussed for cooperative networking in the aerospace industry development

June 18, 2020
Mr.Pisit Rangsaritwut, President of Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) and Mr.Thanawat Koomsin, Executive Vice President gave a warm welcome to Rear Admiral Piya Atmungkun, RTN, President of Civil Aviation Training Center, Thailand (CATC) and Mr. Yossanun Korsakulpanich, Chief, Office of Aeronautical and Space Training Center U-Tapao to participate a meeting for cooperative networking in the aerospace industry development and capability expansion of automotive entrepreneurs into aerospace industry and also discuss the coordination for visit establishments in the aerospace industry under the project "Upgrade Entrepreneurs to the Aerospace Parts Industry".
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