E-hailing app launched in KLIA to help taxi drivers be more competitive


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 15 Dec 2018

SEPANG: The “caLLme” e-hailing app for taxis, which was officially launched at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, is aimed at giving taxi drivers a boost in competitiveness against larger, deeper-pocketed e-hailing platforms.

Created as a collaboration between the National Cooperative Movement (Angkasa) and Malaysian Taxi Drivers, Limousine and Car Rental Operators Association (Petekma), the platform already has over 1,600 drivers using the app at KLIA.

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