Indonesian ride-hailing firm Go-Jek starts signing on drivers

Go-Jek has been signing up drivers through car rental firms since September, and set up a Web portal last month to allow interested drivers to pre-register.
Go-Jek has been signing up drivers through car rental firms since September, and set up a Web portal last month to allow interested drivers to pre-register.PHOTO: ST READER
"We can confirm that early-stage driver on-boarding has begun, as we work towards the launch of our beta app in Singapore within the next few weeks," a Go-Jek spokesman said on Wednesday (Nov 14).
"We can confirm that early-stage driver on-boarding has begun, as we work towards the launch of our beta app in Singapore within the next few weeks," a Go-Jek spokesman said on Wednesday (Nov 14).PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - Indonesian ride-hailing firm Go-Jek has started signing up drivers en masse, but is still not saying when it will officially start.

The Straits Times understands that the first sizeable rival to Grab is now aiming to start in January - later than its initially planned take-off in the third week of November.

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