Chinese technology services company ‘Timesaco’ launches transportation network in Pakistan

Under this, all private and public transportation networks will be rebuilt and renovated into this technology.

A Chinese technology services company called ‘Timesaco’ is now launching Tatu Mobility, a transportation infrastructure network, for promotion of e-transport sector business in Pakistan.

“We are all set to launch Tatu Mobility in Pakistan on January 1, 2020, for which an event has been scheduled for December 31,” said founder, and CEO of Tatu Mobility, Donald Li.

Li stated that the transportation network will provide Mobility Services to all public transports, including individuals, business corporations, merchants, private organizations and the government sector.“These services include taxi-hailing, pick-and-drop, bus booking, vehicle rentalS, and others,” he added.

Tatu Mobility will provide mobility services through its Ecosystem Platform based on the Internet plus technology. The CEO further explained that it would also provide an Internet of Things (IoT) based transportation network.

A game-changer:

Under this, all private and public transportation networks will be rebuilt and renovated into this technology.

“Now, all customers can book and track their mobility through Tatu Mobility applications,” he said.

Li said that through Tatu Mobility, people will also get discounts by using different features, including Event Creation, FreeRide and Group Creation.

“An individual or corporation can create different groups and events on the Tatu Mobility application, and can track, and chat with each other in future,” he said while answering a question.

“These features will create easy communications and convenient marketing for them.” he continued.

Customer2Store and Customer2Site services could prove to be the transportation solutions for Pakistan’s business sectors.
Li said that Tatu Mobility would work under Timesaco, which had already launched its online ride-hailing service in ten cities of Pakistan.

“From now onwards, Tatu Mobility will focus on transportation sectors and in later on Timesaco also plans to launch other Instant Services for logistics in Pakistan,” Li stated.

The E-transport sector is continuously growing in Pakistan and service providers are looking for a larger market with mass e-transport solutions.
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