Grab Signs MoU With Perodua. Here's What Grab Drivers Will Gain From The Partnership

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed by Perodua and Grab to provide value-added services for Grab drivers.

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Local car maker Perodua has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with e-hailing service Grab to provide value-added services for Grab drivers

Country Head of Grab Malaysia Sean Goh (third from left), exchanging the document with Managing Director of Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd Dato' Dr. Zahari Husin (second from right).

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The MoU was signed yesterday, 31 May at Perodua's flagship 3S (Sales, Service, and Spare parts) centre in Petaling Jaya.

The value added services will range from special price packages to competitive hire purchase rates

Perodua Bezza.

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According to The Edge Markets, the special price packages cover the Bezza, Myvi, and Alza.

“The items within the MoU include a special price package through Perodua’s Corporate and Government Sales Department,” said Perodua Sales Sdn Bhd Managing Director Datuk Dr Zahari Husin.

The partnership will also provide a one-stop centre for drivers to service their vehicles and renew their insurance and roadtax

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Grab Malaysia Country Head Sean Goh said the company was continuously identifying mutually beneficial partnerships to help reduce the cost of driving and car ownership, which was a major concern.

“We look forward to working alongside our driver-partners in these areas, as well as extending access to safe, reliable, efficient and affordable transport options,” he added.

Goh also said that in view of the struggling economy, many have turned to Grab as a viable source of income while seeking other job opportunities

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Grab has the largest network in Malaysia, with a presence in 20 major cities and towns across the country, which includes Langkawi, Kuching, Miri and Kota Bahru, with more to come.

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