Nearly three years ago, ride-hailing service TADA entered the Singapore market together with a slew of other companies.
Now, it is present in Vietnam and Cambodia as well with an estimated 100,000 drivers and 890,000 users.
Most recently, the company behind TADA — MVLLABS — raised US$15 million in Series B funding to build an electric vehicle (EV) model for launch in Cambodia. ONiON T1 is a modernised version of the traditional three-wheeled tuk-tuk, and will be added to TADA’s fleet in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
According to TADA founder Kay Woo, Cambodia has a very unique transportation system, and almost everyone uses platforms like TADA to hail for rides.
As three-wheelers (tuk-tuks) are the main medium for commuting and parcel deliveries, TADA saw a huge opportunity to change those Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) three-wheelers into electric vehicles.
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