Careem App Set to Expands into Palestine

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Careem App Set to Grow into Palestine

Careem App now heading in Palestine. Careem, a prime ride-hailing service in the Middle East and North Africa. It will begin its services in Palestine on June 15, announced on Tuesday.

Careem today stated about the launch of a new market in Palestine. To become a wide part of the region to enhance the use of technology and to better serve the Middle East region.


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Careem’s investment in Palestine falls in line with the company’s assurance to produce one million jobs in the Middle East and North Africa region in 2018. Simultaneously, launching the app in Palestine is set. It empowers the local population through transfer of knowledge and skills. The use of most modern technology in other sectors from connections to logistics.

“At Careem, we are committed to solving local problems in our region by providing access to reliable transportation and aiding in the creation of jobs. But our region would not be complete without including Palestine,” said Mudassir Sheikha, CEO and co-founder, Careem. “It is our sincere hope that our entry into Palestine will encourage other startups and technology companies to recognize the potential of the country as place of investment in this region.”

Mobility is one of the most important and vital aids to economic growth. Palestine’s local transportation issues have long been a key inhibitor.

He said: “Careem aims to boost the local economy by enabling residents to commute hassle-free with greater convenience.”

Careem App is all Set to Expands into Palestine

Introduction of Careem’s to the market will not only improve the worth of life for its people but they also avail its services at short period and will provide them safe, reliable and affordable transportation.

Careem will begin operations in Ramallah. Hopefully this month on 15 June 2017 with plans to expand into more cities in the near future. On this date, people will be able to request a car type via the Careem app.

It also launched a more reasonable service on a trial basis in Dubai in April following a similar move by its rival Uber.

A local company that established in 2012. Careem now run in more than 50 cities across 12 countries. Hosts over 10 million users and 250,000 Captains in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region.

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