Chinese taxi service announces 10pc discounts



Chinese taxi service “Buraq” has offered the 10 percent discount for students, teachers, doctors, senior citizens, security personnel, lawyers and journalists.
The company has also offered discounts for people, who are traveling to education institution and health centers including schools and universes, hospitals and also to the marriage halls, Chief Executive Officer of the company Donald Li told APP here Sunday.
All private companies, organizations and government departments can also get 10 percent discount for their employees through using Timesaco Group feature, Donald said.
He said under a platform of modern hi-tech service company ‘Timesco’, we have all sets to provide five special services in different sectors including transportation, logistic, and advertising. The company would provide a rapid services platform to citizens by launching five special services including the Taxi Service (Buraq), City Freight (Cargo+), Instant Delivery (Fema), and vehicle media (AdWheel), under the umbrella of ‘Timesaco’, he said.
Replying to a question, he said that Timesaco has taken thousands of drivers onboard from across the country and now they are available on roads to provide their services to the customers.
He said that Timesaco is all sets to build Public Transportation Infrastructure Network with Internet and IOT Technology, to support the government to provide Public Transportation Service for people and also to provide more and more convenient, Secured and Smart Travel Services
Timesaco hold its First Captains’ Representatives Conference (CRC) at Islamabad on Tuesday.
Timesaco has already started its online taxi service in 10 main cities including Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Abbottabad, Lahore, Sialkot, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Multan, and Karachi.In its First Captains’ Representative Conference Timesaco had invited representatives of drives associations and unions of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. —APP

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