SOCAR to help Malaysians to generate extra income

By TIN Media | Transportation Published 4 years ago on 9 May 2020
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The country's leading car-sharing app, SOCAR Malaysia partners with e-commerce companies, including MrSpeedy, Lalamove, and Pickupp, to help Malaysians to generate more income in the present economic uncertainty.

The business not only aims to be car-sharing activated but also an engine for economic development, as businesses eventually want a partner to help them move forward, said it's Chief Executive Officer  Leon Foong.

"We can support businesses to support growth while reducing their day-to-day cash flow needs by using SOCAR's large range of vehicles, competitive rates, and convenient collecting points as well as generous mileage and petrol allowance.

"They can choose from over 2000 cars at 1,000 locations across Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor, and Ipoh, depending on their preference," he said in a statement.

SOCAR Malaysia partners with AirAsia's logistics company Teleport to expand its regional footprint through mobility solutions for moving goods, including fresh foods, groceries, e-commerce parcel, and even healthcare products.

“For those who are keen on becoming delivery agents but do not have a vehicle, SOCAR is offering a special deal on the Perodua Axia, Perodua Bezza, Perodua Myvi, Proton Iriz, and Kia Picanto in collaboration with Teleport in the Klang Valley, Penang, and Johor,” he said.


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