Latest initiative under the ‘Grab 4 Indonesia’ 2020 Master Plan, to support Indonesia’s goal to be SEA’s largest digital economy by 2020.
Grab launches Phase II of ‘Grab 4 Indonesia’ with new goals.
The revision of Ministerial Regulation No. 36/2016 will be implemented, as scheduled, on April 1.
The revisions covering a wide range of areas were meant to be implemented on April 1.
GrabShare will pair two different passenger orders with similar routes in a single trip.
Grab Indonesia, Bank DBS Indonesia and DataSpark start implementing machine learning in various capacities.
Grab announces that Badrodin Haiti has joined the company as president commissioner of Grab Indonesia, based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Grab, the Malaysian founded Singapore-based ride-hailing company, launched GrabHitch, its first motorbike ride-sharing service in Jakarta recently.
Indonesia’s Transportation Ministry has come up with a new ministerial decree that defines ride-sharing services as transportation providers, requiring them to comply with the public transportation licensing regime within six months or be declared illegal.
Indonesia continues to be a battleground between ride-sharing startups and conventional taxi companies, with the country’s Transportation Ministry now demanding such apps be blocked.