Four seas network: didi travel to Toluca, the capital of Mexico, to launch didi express service. Yesterday evening, Didi officially announced that it would enter the Mexican market and launch didi express service in Toluca, the capital of Mexico. Before that, Didi's overseas strategy was more reflected in technology and capital output, and it was the first time that didi directly implemented its services in the non-native market.
Since the beginning of April this year, Didi has started to recruit drivers in Toluca. Didi said that it will continuously improve the product and service experience in combination with the feedback from drivers and passengers. It is understood that Toluca, located about 60 kilometers west of Mexico City, is a prosperous regional economic and cultural center. Didi said that in the year, the service will gradually expand to other major cities in Mexico.
In terms of driver subsidies, Didi said it would not draw a share from the driver's income before June 17. After that, Didi will take a 20% share, slightly lower than Uber's share in most markets.
In addition, the technical departments of didi Mexico, Didi Beijing and the US research institute cooperated to introduce the algorithm model and security technology pioneered by the Chinese market into the local area, and gradually launched the built-in app emergency help, dynamic security detection, trip sharing, all-weather manual customer service and all-dimensional driver scoring system in Latin America.
Earlier this year, Didi announced its acquisition of 99, Brazil's largest local travel company, according to global network technology. In February, Didi travel and Softbank announced plans to establish a joint venture to enter the Japanese taxi market. This year, Didi plans to start trial operation in Osaka, Kyoto, Fukuoka, Tokyo and other regions. Up to now, Didi's business has expanded to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Latin America. At the same time, Didi also serves more than 80% of the world's population through investment and cooperation with grab, LYFT, Ola, Uber, 99, taxify, careem and other travel enterprises.