Singapore’s ComfortDelGro secures $73M from DBS to accelerate UK bus fleet decarbonization

Singaporean lender DBS and land transport firm ComfortDelGro Corporation (ComfortDelGro) have on Monday announced an SGD 100 million ($73 million) facility to decarbonize the global operator’s United Kingdom bus fleet.

Singapore’s ComfortDelGro acquires Australian taxi operator A2B for $123M

Singapore-listed transportation firm ComfortDelGro Corporation Limited has on Friday announced that it has acquired taxi operator A2B Australia Limited (A2B)for AUD 182 million ($123.35 million). ComfortDelGro's wholly owned subsidiary ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia Pty Ltd has entered into a binding scheme implementation agreement (SIA) to acquire all…

Singapore’s Drive lah raises $5 million in funding led by ComfortDelGro

Singapore-based marketplace for car-sharing Drive lah has successfully secured a $5 million investment round. Singapore-based transport firm ComfortDelGro (CDG) has invested $2 million, establishing them as the lead investor for this round and the preferred fleet partner for Drive lah.

Singapore’s ComfortDelGro invests $4.37M in global venture capital fund Shift4Good

Singapore-based taxi firm ComfortDelGro Corporation, said Wednesday it has invested €4 million ($4.37 million) in Shift4Good, a global independent venture capital impact fund dedicated to sustainablemobility. In so doing, it becomes the fund’s first strategic investor in South East Asia and joins other industry heavyweights like Renault Group as strategic…

Singapore’s ComfortDelGro partners Indonesia’s Gojek to tackle transport industry issues

Singapore-based taxi operator ComfortDelGro and Indonesia-based on-demand mobile platform Gojek are coming together to jointly explore ways to address key issues affecting the point-to-point transport industry, including driver shortage.

Alipay+ partners ComfortDelGro for foreign mobile payments in Singapore

ComfortDelGro Taxi and Alipay+ announced Wednesday a partnership that enables mobile payments from Malaysia and South Korea, namely the Touch ‘n Go eWallet and Kakao Pay, to be accepted as cashless payment options in all its Comfort and CityCab taxis. Users of these mobile wallets can pay for the cab fare simply through the wallet apps without the need to…