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Thailand Gojek Hooked-up 40 Thousand Driver-Partners

Thailand Gojek Hooked-up 40 Thousand Driver-Partners

The Gojek business unit in Thailand, Get, has been operating for a year in the country. The company also recorded a year of operation in the White Elephant Affairs, the number of partners increased fourfold to 40 thousand drivers.

The application has also been downloaded by more than 2.2 million users. Noted, in the first three months of operation, Get solidified its position as one of the leading food delivery-service players in Bangkok. In the first 8 months, the company managed to record 10 million transactions.

Thailand Gojek Hooked-up 40 Thousand Driver-Partners

Get CEO, Pinya Nittayakasetwat said this achievement helped strengthen the company’s commitment to create more than 60 thousand job opportunities for its partners. He is optimistic that in the future the company has a great opportunity for business growth.

“We want to create a positive social impact, ensure the success of our partners and provide value to our customers and we will continue to do it consistently,” Pinya said in a press release on Tuesday (3/3).

The Company Is Optimistic That Get Can Continue to Grow in Thailand

Agreeing with Pinya, Head of Gojek Group Andrew Lee was optimistic that the company’s industry could continue to grow in Thailand. Andrew assessed Get has played an important role in spurring the exponential growth of Gojek’s food-delivery business in Southeast Asia.

“Now Get is the largest application-based food delivery service in the region by order volume,” Andrew said.

Thailand’s online food delivery industry is also expected to grow 31% in the coming year. Andrew said, GetFood is one of the main services of Get, which with more than 20 thousand merchant partners, continues to play a significant role in the daily lives of Bangkok people.

Thailand Gojek Hooked-up 40 Thousand Driver-Partners

“The insights and experiences gained from being pioneers and leaders in Indonesia through the GoFood brand brought success in developing business models in other Southeast Asian regions such as Thailand and Vietnam,” Andrew said.

Initially, Get launched three main services namely Get Win transportation services, Get Food delivery-service, and Get Delivery service. Last April, the Get Pay digital payment service was introduced in beta.

In 2018, GoViet has Launched in Vietnam

In addition, the Gojek business in Vietnam, GoViet, which was launched in Ho Chi Minh City in November 2018 and in Hanoi in March 2019, is claimed to have been a leader in food delivery services in the country.

There are currently more than 1 million menu items to be found in the GoFood application in Vietnam. Since 2015, the number of GoFood food orders in Southeast Asia has increased 30 times, with an average number of orders reaching 50 million per month at the end of 2019.

Meanwhile, the growth in the number of merchant partners increased 17 times to 500 thousand merchants and there were more than 16 million menu items offered to customers.

Thailand Gojek Hooked-up 40 Thousand Driver-Partners

Gojek Raise tariffs in Singapore

On-demand service provider startup, Gojek charges an additional fee of S $ 0.7, or around Rp. 7,165 on ride-hailing services in Singapore. The minimum tariff for GoCar in Indonesia is reportedly rising. The Indonesian Decacorn explained the additional costs for services in Singapore are in line with the presence of new features. This policy takes effect starting March 9.

“The value collected from (additional costs) will be directly used for initiatives designed to improve the experience of customers and driver-partners,” Gojek said, quoted by The Straits Times yesterday (2/3).

The features offered are multi-trips. The additional costs will also be used for driver-partner training. So, customers can have a more reliable, safe and enjoyable service. With these additional costs, the driver’s partner can enter two delivery points. This will increase income opportunities for drivers because multi-trip trips have higher fares.