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Showing posts with label Grab Corporate. Show all posts

Thursday, June 24, 2021

Hyundai And Grab Are Working Together To Accelerate EV Adoption In Southeast Asia

Hyundai and Grab are looking to strengthen their ongoing strategic partnership by focusing on accelerating EV adoption in Southeast Asia. As such, the group, which includes both Hyundai and Kia will develop programs and initiatives that lower the barriers of entry for Grab drivers and delivery-partners to adopt EVs such as lowering the total cost of ownership and reducing range anxiety.

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

GrabPay Can Now Be Used To Reload Your Autosweep and EasyTrip RFIDs

Good news: you can now use GrabPay to top up both your Autosweep RFID and EasyTrip RFID. This helps make reloading contactless toll payments easier for those who need to traverse the major expressways in Luzon.

Friday, July 19, 2019

GrabCar Premium Just Got Upgraded

Grab, has unveiled the improved offerings of its flagship transport line: GrabCar Premium, by giving passengers more value for their journey through better cars, better drivers, and better travel experience.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Grab Philippines to Deactivate 20 Percent of Driver-Partner Force on June 10

If you rely heavily on Grab to get to and from work, get ready for longer waits and higher surge prices starting Monday, June 10. The ride hailing giant says they’ll be deactivating 20 percent of their active driver partners.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Specially Marked Grab Cars to Offer Free Rides Today

To spread kilig for everyone on Valentines’ day, Grab, has designed several GrabCar vehicles to sport a Valentines-inspired look that’ll delight passengers with free rides.

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

7 Facts and Figures About Grab in 2018

Grab Philippines says they’ve helped millions of Filipinos reach their destinations across cities and provinces in 2018. As they work to make public transportation safer and more convenient through innovation and empowerment in 2019, the company looks back at certain milestones they’ve achieved.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Toyota Aims to Capture 25 Percent of TNVS Sales Across Asia

Toyota sees its future in ride-hailing companies as they announced “Total-care Service,” a pioneering set of mobility services specially designed for Transport Networking Companies or TNCs. The first customer for this new service? Ride-hailing giant, Grab.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Grab Philippines Offers Bus Service to Alleviate TNVS Shortage

Recognizing traffic and limited transportation options (including the lack of Grab units lately), Grab Philippines is augmenting this with the Grab Christmas Express service. The free bus and jeepney ride service will ply high-demand locations from today until December 24, 2018.

Monday, December 3, 2018

Grab Introduces Grab Taxi Service to Subic

Grab, the Philippines’ and Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing platform, brings the GrabTaxi service to the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ). As the everyday app, Grab continues to expand its operations to reach more Filipinos as it now serves 12 cities in the Philippines.

Monday, November 26, 2018

Grab Will Now Penalize Riders Who Cancel on Their Drivers

Warring Grab users beware: the ride-hailing company is now introducing a “Passenger Time Out” feature which penalizes you for cancelling a ride.

Friday, November 16, 2018

Hyundai Group Invests Additional US$ 250 Million in Grab

Hyundai Motor Group and Grab Holdings Inc. (Grab), Southeast Asia’s leading O2O (online to offline) mobile platform, announced an agreement under which Hyundai Motor Company (“Hyundai”) and Kia Motors Corporation (“Kia”) will invest an additional US$250 million (P 13.15 trillion) into Grab and establish a partnership to pilot EV programs across Southeast Asia.

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Toyota Motor Philippines Outlines Grab Driver-Partner Benefits

After an announcement two weeks ago, top executives from Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP), Grab Philippines, and Toyota Financial Services Philippines (TFSPH) officially signed the Memorandum of Agreement that makes vehicle replacement and regular maintenance easier for existing TNVS drivers.

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Grab Partners with Government Agencies to Prevent Crime

Meet the latest in Manila crime prevention: Grab. As part of their “Safer Everyday” campaign, Grab is now going “all cop” thanks to its partnership with various government agencies.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Grab to Roll Out New Features to Make Commutes Safer

Ride-sharing giant Grab has announced the start of its “Safer Everyday” campaign which aims to bolster not just rider, but driver safety as well through various on- and offline initiatives. As a result, the industry giant says they will raise the safety standards for the TNVS industry as a whole.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Good News to Grab Drivers: Toyota Philippines Offering Special Perks, Discounts

Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) is now making it more cost-effective for Grab partner-drivers to buy and maintain a Toyota vehicle. Though TMP’s affiliate, Toyota Financial Services Philippines (TFSPH), Grab partner-drivers now have access to exclusive ownership packages.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

UPDATED: Grab Hopes to "End the Wait" with Added TNVS Slots

UPDATE: The LTFRB responds (see statement below) 9/18.

According to Grab, only 40 percent of passengers can get a ride on a daily basis, and this figure drops to 20 percent on Fridays and rainy days. And they say, it’s the LTFRB to blame.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Grab Philippines Reminds Commuters: Don't Book Rides on EDSA

With the Expanded HOV Lane on EDSA currently in effect (despite the stand of the Philippine Senate and public outcry from the commuting public), Grab Philippines wasted no time in sending a “friendly reminder” to all their users: don’t book a ride on EDSA.

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Grab App Now Offers Emergency Button

Grab is introducing a new feature that should help keep its riders at ease during lone commutes, especially at night: an Emergency SOS button.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Toyota Invests US$ 1 Billion in Grab

Toyota announced today that it is collaborating with Grab to strengthen their partnership and expand their collaboration in Southeast Asia. As part of this agreement, the Japanese automaker will invest USD 1 billion in Grab. Furthermore, to accelerate decision-making, one Toyota executive will be appointed to Grab’s board of directors and a dedicated Toyota team member will be seconded to Grab to as an executive officer, with Toyota considering more personnel exchanges in the future.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Having a Hard Time Booking a Grab? You're Not Alone

Are you having difficulties getting a Grab car? You’re not alone. Since Uber pulled out of the Southeast Asian market, Grab is pretty much holding a monopoly in the ride-sharing or Transport Network Company (TNC) business. But the situation isn’t rosy for the last man standing.