In collaboration with Splyt Technologies, users of Take from three Southeast Asian countries can order taxis through Japanese taxi operators (JapanTaxi) and Timur Tingah (Careem) based in Dubai.
“We want to be an application that is used daily, even compilation users are abroad,” said in his official statement, quoted from KrAsia, Tuesday (11/19/2019).
Splyt Technologies represents the London-based B2B mobility market, linking the company’s supply and demand for land-based transportation. In July, Grab began partnering with Splyt; Take is also involved in the involvement of Series A Splyt.
With a partnership with Splyt, international travelers can also book Grab through the Booking.com, AliPay, Cocoa Taxi and Ctrip applications.
In Southeast Asia, the share-sharing sector is worth more than US $ 40 billion by 2025, according to the SEA e-Conomy report by Google and Temasek.