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Grab recorded 2.5 million rides per day in Southeast Asia

Tinuku ~ Grab recorded 2.5 million trips per day in Southeast Asia. Managing Director of Grab Indonesia, Ridzki Kramadibrata, said the online-based taxi service platform established in 2012 and operates for the first time in Singapore, and expand services to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Myanmar has recorded over 2.5 million rides per day.

Tinuku Grab recorded 2.5 million rides per day in Southeast Asia

"Going into Indonesia with GrabTaxi in 2014, then shifted in May 2015 we launched GrabBike services in Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines," said Kramadibrata.

The company launched its first GrabCar in Bali in June 2015 and followed a courier service under the name GrabExpress in November 2015. Grab recorded 2.5 million rides per day in Southeast Asia

"This is what makes us rebranding from GrabTaxi to Grab, as services are increasingly diverse and using technology," says Kramadibrata.

Grab Indonesia application company admitted in three years of operating in Indonesia since 2014 has experienced an average driver growth of 574 percent per year.

Grab has created another source of revenue for drivers and encourages them to use non-cash payments. Grab also plans to open access to online services and e-commerce.

"We provide 34 percent higher revenues for Indonesian drivers, compared to the average wage," Kramadibrata said.


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