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SMRT rolls out 15 fully electric cabs under new brand Strides Taxi; 300 to ply ...

Straits Times 30 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - Commuters will be able to catch a ride on one of SMRT's new fully electric taxis as 15 MG5 station wagons decked out in bright green livery hit the roads on Monday (Aug 30) ... Temasek-owned SMRT currently operates the third largest cab fleet in Singapore with around 1,780 vehicles, all of which are diesel-electric hybrids.
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60 ComfortDelGro drivers get training in first aid, AED use; to join pool of community ...

Straits Times 26 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - A total of 50 ComfortDelGro taxis and 10 minibuses will be equipped with automated�external defibrillators (AEDs) from Thursday (Aug 26) so drivers can be first responders in cases of medical emergencies ... In 2015, 100 SMRT taxis were the first cabs to be equipped with AEDs.
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60 ComfortDelGro vehicles to get AEDs as drivers learn to use them

Straits Times 26 Aug 2021
Mr Raymond Ong, 61, another driver who attended the course conducted by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF), said he regretted not having first aid skills 10 years ago when he saw an elderly man clutch his chest and collapse to the ground ... In 2015, 100 SMRT taxis were the first cabs to be equipped with AEDs.
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Taxis fare better than private-hire cars during pandemic in Singapore

Straits Times 15 Aug 2021
SINGAPORE - Compared to private-hire cars, taxis have been weathering the pandemic better, even if the future of cabs remains uncertain.
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SMRT buys China-made electric cars for its fleet of taxis

Straits Times 08 Aug 2021
The Temasek-owned group, which operates the third largest cab fleet in Singapore with around 1,780 vehicles, after market leader ComfortDelGro and runner-up Trans-Cab, has placed an order for 300 China-made MG 5 station wagons ... The Straits Times understands that SMRT will peg the rental lower to encourage drivers to take up the greener cabs.
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Factbox: Who is the new Ferrari CEO?

Reuters 09 Jun 2021
read more. Following are some highlights of Vigna's career ... In 2013 he won both the MEMS Industry Group's Executive of the Year Award and the European SEMI Award ... Since February 2020, Vigna has been a member of Electronics Cluster Advisory Board (CAB) for the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) of Singapore. Our Standards.
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Who is the new Ferrari CEO?

Independent online (SA) 09 Jun 2021
In 2013 he won both the MEMS Industry Group's Executive of the Year Award and the European SEMI Award.He joined the MEMS & Sensor Industry Group board in June2019. Since February 2020, Vigna has been a member of Electronics Cluster Advisory Board (CAB) for the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) of Singapore ... He commented ... REUTERS .
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Factbox-Who is the new Ferrari CEO?

Metro USA 09 Jun 2021
Following are some highlights of Vigna’s career ... Crystal McCrary, Award-Winning film, Television Producer, Director and Author. Power Women with Victoria Schneps ... Subscribe. ... Since February 2020, Vigna has been a member of Electronics Cluster Advisory Board (CAB) for the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) of Singapore ... .
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Australia Quarantine-Free Travel Corridor With America, UK May Soon Take Off

The Epoch Times 01 Jun 2021
“A few months ago, I thought maybe Singapore, Taiwan, and Japan would be first cabs off the list,” Qantas CEO Alan Joyce told Nine on Monday.
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Travel news latest: Australia-UK travel bubble possible by the end of the year

The Daily Telegraph 01 Jun 2021
“A few months ago, I thought maybe Singapore, Taiwan and Japan would be first cabs off the list but with the great progress that’s been made in the US and the UK, you may see those markets opening up before the rest because the vaccine rollout has been so successful in both countries.” ... Scroll down for more updates. Auto update On Off ... .
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Strong Vaccine Rates Could Reopen US & UK For Qantas Passengers

Simple Flying 31 May 2021
Earlier this month, Australian authorities shared that they may continue to enforce border closures until the middle of next year ... Photo. Vincenzo Pace . Simple Flying Getting ready ... So, his airline is preparing well for all prospects. “A few months ago, I thought maybe Singapore, Taiwan Japan would be the first cabs off the list ... Photo ... Stay informed.
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Indian National Pleads Guilty to Breaching COVID-19 Safety Measures in Singapore

Yahoo Daily News 15 May 2021
Read full article. 14 May 2021, 9.06 am·4-min read ... He was taken to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) by ambulance where a swab test was taken from him ... He intended to leave Singapore as he knew many dorm residents had tested positive for COVID-19. He took a cab to the airport but was told by airport staff that he could not buy a ticket ... News18.
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Cab driver in S'pore found guilty of molesting female passenger

Straits Times 29 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE - A cab driver was found guilty on Thursday (April 29) of molesting a female passenger after a trial. Haji Mohamed Yusoof, 56, had contested a charge of outraging the modesty of the woman, in an incident which happened on Jan 5, 2019 in Lorong Ah Soo near Upper Paya Lebar Road ... � ....
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Grab's record Spac deal could make CEO Anthony Tan a billionaire

Straits Times 23 Apr 2021
SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) - The Spac boom may be deflating after more than a year of frenzy, but it's still creating vast riches for the right deals ... In 2012, the two started a cab-hailing app known as MyTeksi, which later relocated to Singapore after raising money for a regional expansion.
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Spac deal to boost wealth of Grab bosses substantially

Straits Times 23 Apr 2021
The transaction will give the Singapore-based company a market value of US$39.6 billion (S$52.6 billion) up from a valuation of US$16 billion earlier this year ... A Grab representative declined to comment ... In 2012, the two started a cab-hailing app known as MyTeksi, which later relocated to Singapore after raising money for a regional expansion ... ....

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