China's Didi Chuxing launched a taxi service in Japan –

Chinese giant Didy Chu Shin ignites the safety of passengers at home, but overseas, taxi reservation service started in Japan, then moved to new market.

Service was entrusted to Osaka city and its surrounding areas boasting a population of about 9 million people including Kansai International Airport. The Didi Japan application said passengers were connected to the drivers of 10 local taxi companies and Didi said they would use more vehicle management and AI based dispatch systems. # 39; Efficiency.

Didi, who joined Softbank and entered Japan, Of course he is one of his investors. The company plans to expand services to major cities such as Kyoto, Fukuoka and Tokyo.

Since the company is banned in Japan, he sticks to taxi's license and prohibits private cars. However, the traditional taxi industry is a big business in Japan. The country is the third largest taxi market in the world with sales ($ 13 billion GMV), possessing approximately 240,000 licensed vehicles.

Uber, On the other hand, the project pilots a similar approach based on a taxi across Japan, but there are more players in the space.

Japon Taxi It is a transportation startup operated by Ichiro Kawabata, who runs Japan's largest taxi operator, Nippon Express and leads the taxi federation. JapanTaxi is also famous for Toyota being the leading investor of the recent 69 million dollar fundraising activities. Besides this, the general messaging application line operates high-speed shipping service, but Lyft, which is comparable to Uber's US marketplace, plans to enter Japan as well.

Didi hopes to stand out from the competition by feeling charm to travelers and locals. In order to help tourists visiting China, we created a passport that allows users of other Didi applications such as China, Mexico, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan to use Didi applications in Japan.

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