Mobility solutions and services aggregator Karhoo has announced a number of new partners, enabling the travel brands to offer a white-label last-mile offering and improve the experience for passengers worldwide.
Karhoo, the platform that connects local and existing taxi and private chauffeur fleets with travel and transportation companies around the world, has announced a number of new partners.
They include Lyko, a multi-modal mobility platform dedicated to airport transfers, and online travel companies Trip.com, Fareportal and Mobee Travel.
It follows a number of partnerships already established which include with French state-owned rail company SNCF and Booking.com.
Karhoo connects millions of customers and users of their partners to three million drivers in more than 1,500 cities in 125 countries and seeks to enable brands to develop a white-label last-mile mobility offering and improve the experience for passengers worldwide.
Its vision for the future of mobility revolves around a service offering that enhances the value of existing local fleets through integration into a global service.
“Karhoo’s DNA is to integrate and digitalise existing mobility offers in order to give them technological access to new markets”
“Karhoo’s DNA is to integrate and digitalise existing mobility offers in order to give them technological access to new markets,” said Boris Pilichowski, co-CEO of Karhoo Group. “More than 3,000 fleets already trust us. In return, we value them and offer them access to a worldwide demand.”
Karhoo also continues to expand the range of mobility services offered through its service to meet travellers’ needs. In France, Mobee Travel, the French leader in accessible tourism, has chosen Karhoo to help its customers – people with reduced mobility, the elderly or disabled – to access a specialised mobility offer.
This partnership with Karhoo will enable Mobee Travel to facilitate transport bookings for its customers. Karhoo is also focused on sustainability and already offers access to fully electric fleets across its network.
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