According to Jiemian, Chinese Ride-Hailing Giant Didi Chuxing (Didi) will launch its new C2C car rental service based on its newly built Delivery Centers.
Didi Chuxing has set up a $10 million special relief fund for ride-sharing drivers and couriers diagnosed in its overseas markets.
On March 9, Didi Chuxing debuted a courier service in an attempt to capitalize on a period of restricted mobility for normal citizens.
While Gojek has reportedly denied its involvement in such talks, a potential merger between the two does not sound like something completely out of the question.
As Chinese subways remain relatively desolate, Didi’s been the transportation option of choice for many Chinese who would much rather take the risk of riding a car with just one person than a subway cart with a dozen.
The initiative is part of a Didi-coordinated cross-industry effort to contain the negative effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.
99, a Brazilian ride-sharing platform a subsidiary of Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”), today celebrated reaching 1 billion trips completed on its platform.
A special fleet of DiDi drivers dressed in protective uniforms and driving regularly disinfected vehicles now offers around the clock free transportation to all hospital staff in Wuhan.
On January 22, Didi Chuxing (DiDi), China’s largest ride sharing platform, launched Latin America’s first shared electric vehicle (EV) fleet through its app in Mexico.
Didi Chuxing (“DiDi”) on Friday shared the latest progress of its collaboration with railway hubs in China.
Xiaoju Car Service, the one-stop car rental and care service platform backed by Didi Chuxing, had reached a cooperation agreement with EV manufacturer Xpeng.
Chinese ride-sharing giant Didi Chuxing (Didi) launched a variety show to tell Didi drivers’ stories and rebuild the company’s image mired by recent criticism.
At 9 am of December 23, ride-hailing giant Didi officially re-launched its hitch service in five Chinese cities including Beijing and Changsha.
On December 18, DiDi and NVIDIA announced a cooperation agreement. Didi will use NVIDIA’s technology to develop autonomous driving and cloud computing solutions.
On Tuesday, Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing launched their service in the Central American nation of Costa Rica.