Ride-hailing service Go-Jek launched in Thailand under ‘Get’

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Ride-hailing service Go-Jek launched in Thailand under ‘Get’Indonesia’s ride-hailing provider launched its service under the name of Get on December 14 for the Thai market – at first with a beta motorbike-hailing and on-demand delivery services in Bangkok, where it will compete directly with regional rival Grab.

Users in Thailand can now download the Get app via their iOS and Android devices. The Get driver app has been available for download since last month, and has clocked more than 1,000 downloads so far, according to the company.

In the near future, Get promises to bring other lifestyle services as the platform says it “is committed to an easier daily life for the Thais.”

According to its website, Get claims to be a local app that is founded by a team of “Thais and for Thais”, equipped with cutting-edge technologies and expertise backed by Go-Jek.

Unlike its rival Grab that is more consistent in using its brand when expanding to foreign countries, Go-Jek chose to collaborate with local players and gave them the autonomy to run the business.

Go-Jek named Thailand as one of its first overseas target markets, alongside Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines in May.

The following month, the company revealed that it would be operating its ride-hailing services in Thailand and Vietnam under localised brands. Go-Viet – its Vietnamese brand – launched in Ho Chi Minh City in August, marking Go-Jek’s first expansion outside of its home market. The startup claims that Go-Viet had cornered over a third of the city’s motorbike-hailing market within six weeks of going live.

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Indonesia's ride-hailing provider launched its service under the name of Get on December 14 for the Thai market – at first with a beta motorbike-hailing and on-demand delivery services in Bangkok, where it will compete directly with regional rival Grab. Users in Thailand can now download the Get app via their iOS and Android devices. The Get driver app has been available for download since last month, and has clocked more than 1,000 downloads so far, according to the company. In the near future, Get promises to bring other lifestyle services as the platform says it "is committed to an...

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Ride-hailing service Go-Jek launched in Thailand under ‘Get’Indonesia’s ride-hailing provider launched its service under the name of Get on December 14 for the Thai market – at first with a beta motorbike-hailing and on-demand delivery services in Bangkok, where it will compete directly with regional rival Grab.

Users in Thailand can now download the Get app via their iOS and Android devices. The Get driver app has been available for download since last month, and has clocked more than 1,000 downloads so far, according to the company.

In the near future, Get promises to bring other lifestyle services as the platform says it “is committed to an easier daily life for the Thais.”

According to its website, Get claims to be a local app that is founded by a team of “Thais and for Thais”, equipped with cutting-edge technologies and expertise backed by Go-Jek.

Unlike its rival Grab that is more consistent in using its brand when expanding to foreign countries, Go-Jek chose to collaborate with local players and gave them the autonomy to run the business.

Go-Jek named Thailand as one of its first overseas target markets, alongside Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines in May.

The following month, the company revealed that it would be operating its ride-hailing services in Thailand and Vietnam under localised brands. Go-Viet – its Vietnamese brand – launched in Ho Chi Minh City in August, marking Go-Jek’s first expansion outside of its home market. The startup claims that Go-Viet had cornered over a third of the city’s motorbike-hailing market within six weeks of going live.

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