The China Post
Date: May 11, 2017
By: Christine Chou
U.S.-based car rental giant Zipcar announced Wednesday that it will launch services in Taipei, as the company’s first step in its expansion in Asia.
The Chinese-language Liberty Times reported Zipcar has decided to launch car-sharing services in Taipei by the end of June.
The Taipei City Government’s push for public car sharing service U-Car has failed to take off. Kaohsiung has also announced plans to launch an electric car rental system in October.
“We are very happy to be launching in Taipei as our first stop in Asia and to be promoting car-sharing with residents and visitors in the Greater Taipei area. This is also an important milestone for the brand,” said Massimo Marsili, a senior executive at the company. [FULL STORY]