Taxify has partnered with mobile transportation platform Didi Chuxing to accelerate its growth.
Didi Chuxing said the partnership will contribute to cross-regional smart transportation links between Asia, Europe, and Africa.
Taxify operates in 18 countries, including South Africa, Kenya, and Hungary, and provides ride-hailing services to over 2.5 million users.
Didi Chuxing offers a range of mobility services to over 400 million users across 400 cities, and bought Uber’s China business in 2016.
“Taxify will utilise this partnership to solidify our position in core markets in Europe and Africa,” said Taxify CEO Markus Villig.
“We believe Didi is the best partner to help us become the most popular and efficient transport option in Europe and Africa.”