Shanghai (Gasgoo)-Shanghai Qiangsheng Taxi Co., Ltd. announced on Dec. 26 that it established strategic cooperative partnership with State Grid, Geely and Tokyo MK Taxi, to test online ride-hailing service to explore a new profitable business mode.
Qiangsheng will provide 1600 online ride-hailing license plates. Tokyo MK Taxi, a Japanese taxi company, will offer training services. Geely Group and State Grid Electric Vehicle will offer 1,600 pure electric vehicles. Moreover, State Grid Electric Vehicle will provide supports for charging stations. In the future, Caocao ride-hailing platform will be interconnected with Qiangsheng car-hailing platform.
Shanghai Qiangsheng currently owns more than 12,000 taxies, taking up 25% of the total taxies in Shanghai. State Grid Electric Vehicle is an intelligent connected car operator which connects most facilities worldwide. With such cutting-edge technologies as big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things, it realizes the interconnectivity between systems and vehicles, charging piles and customers.
Since China's new online ride-hailing rules was issued last year, its operation hasn't yielded any actual profits. Qiangsheng will make full use of its rich license plate resource and brand management to explore the sustainable development of online car-hailing services.
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