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Mr. Ruengsak Srithanawiboonchai, Executive Director of Mobility, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited

Mr. Ruengsak Srithanawiboonchai, Executive Director of Mobility, The Shell Company of Thailand Limited, said: “Amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Shell is extending our care to delivery riders, who devote themselves relentlessly in delivering food and products to everyone. In partnership with leading delivery companies in Thailand – our strong allies including Grab, Robinhood, Shopee Express, Ninja Van, LINE MAN, Zeek, and foodpanda, we are supporting the heroes of the road by offering Shell GO+ special privileges and providing peace of mind while they operate, with COVID-19 insurance to help everyone get through this difficult period together.”

Delivery riders can enjoy exclusive privileges by following these three steps:

  • Step 1: Apply for Shell GO+ membership or transfer their account from Shell ClubSmart, with a subscription for special offers valid from today until 30 September 2021; delivery riders will receive 250 points equivalent to 50 baht, which they can enjoy as a discount on fuel or shopping at SELECT convenience stores and delicafé at Shell stations.
  • Step 2: Register on the system provided by the company they work for, starting today until 31 August 2021, delivery riders will receive COVID-19 insurance with 60-day coverage.
  • Step 3: Delivery riders will receive Shell GO+ bonus points for filling up with any type of fuel or having engine oil changed at Shell stations nationwide from today until 31 December 2021.
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Ms. Maythinee Anavachkul, Head of Driver Operations and Community, Grab Thailand

Ms. Maythinee Anavachkul, Head of Driver Operations and Community, Grab Thailand, said “Our driver- and delivery-partners have gone out of their way to serve consumers during this critical time. We are very appreciative of industry partners like Shell Thailand who provides additional benefits for our frontline heroes. The COVID-19 insurance and fuel benefits provided by Shell will provide additional coverage on top of the COVID-19 and Personal Accident Insurance coverage we offer our drivers and delivery-partners today, giving them a greater peace of mind.”

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Mr. Srihanath Lamsam, Managing Director of Robinhood developer and service provider Purple Ventures Co., Ltd.

Mr. Srihanath Lamsam, Managing Director of Robinhood developer and service provider Purple Ventures Co., Ltd., said: “We are delighted and would like to thank Shell Thailand for the care extended to our riders – our essential piece of the jigsaw, who are bridging the gap between shops and customers during this critical time. Delivery riders are the main characters bringing happiness to customers, who can safely enjoy delicious meals at home at the same price and quantity as dine-in meals. This cooperation emphasizes Robinhood’s commitment to supporting small merchants and delivery-rider work, as well as to alleviating the difficulties they face from COVID-19, in a concrete manner.”

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Mr. Eric Bui, Head of Operations at Shopee (Thailand)

Mr. Eric Bui, Head of Operations at Shopee (Thailand), added: “Shopee Express is happy to be a part of the support and care extended to delivery riders, who continuously execute their work to drive the Thai e-commerce market and economy forward. In this connection, we would also like to extend our gratitude towards Shell Thailand for the support and care provided to all of our important crew.”

With the commitment to provide care for society and ensure confidence for customers, Shell Thailand strictly follows safety and hygiene measures and a social distancing policy at all Shell stations nationwide.

For Media Enquiries:

Sudarat Peetakanont
Corporate Relations Advisor

Thitipa Laxanaphisuth
Corporate Relations Lead

Corporate Relations
The Shell Company of Thailand
Tel: +66 (0) 2-262-7839

Paritt Kasayapanunth
H+K Strategies Thailand
M +66 (0) 2-627-3501 #129

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