In neighboring countries of Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia, motorcycle taxis started as an informal sector and evolved into ride-hailing app-based service that received government attention and regulation.
WhistleDrive’s offerings include Whistle Fleet—a technology enabled fleet services, Whistle Shuttle—a B2B shuttle service for last-mile connectivity and point pick-ups and Whistle 360—end-to-end transport management powered by technology and ground operations.
The programme has already been commenced since January 3rd and is collaborating with the government on “gathering data and evaluating demand for the service, while working on drafting legislation to govern bike-hailing."
Nio announced in the first quarter of this year that it was close to securing new funding, but no deal has so far materialized. The company has laid off more than 3,000 employees in 2019 in a bid to balance the books.
"By creating a great user experience and not just a listing, we're actually building a lot of trust. If you can measure that trust and that engagement, I think that's what's going to set a lot of new disruptors apart from some of the incumbents," stated van der Heijden.
Tesla’s allure for young professionals is not just limited to China. Recent comments from Jorg Steinbach, the Economics Minister of Brandenburg, suggested that Germany may be looking to Tesla to attract young talent as well.
Aahed Al-Essa, Executive Manager Cars and Leasing Products at KFH said that through partnerships with auto dealerships in Kuwait, KFH offers the best deals as well as a package of distinguished financing solutions and facilities.