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Parent Of Retail Supplier Seeks License For Taxi/Mobility App

January 23,2018



The Financial Times reports that Royal Dutch Shell has sought approval from the London (U.K.) transport authority for an app, called, FarePilot, which informs drivers of locations where demand for taxi services are highest.

A person said to be familiar with Shell's plans told the FT that the company sought a license to conduct pilots, and that the company intends to focus on business-to-business taxi services, not the consumer market. Shell doesn't plan to take on Uber, FT quoted the source as stating.



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