After a successful test run in Lahore, Yango, an established player in the global mobility market, is getting ready to expand its services in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
With the inclusion of nations like the United Arab Emirates, Norway, Finland, Bolivia, Peru, Morocco, and Algeria, Yango has made significant progress in its expansion across Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. Additionally, it has developed a significant presence in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yango is now focusing on South Asia in an effort to accelerate its expansion there, with Pakistan serving as the first market.
Yango, a global ride-hailing company with a presence in more than 20 nations, is looking forward to introducing its cutting-edge, secure, and reasonably priced service to the thriving Pakistani economy.
“Even Yango’s test launch in Pakistan sparked a lot of excitement in the area. Our business model depends on collaborating with our local partners, who are transportation providers with bases in Pakistan and who aim to improve the transportation network in major cities and beyond. As we launch our service, user, and driver feedback will be crucial in helping us improve our offerings, meet the unique needs of the Pakistani market, and address the real issue of the country’s lack of mobility options. With Yango, we hope to significantly improve mobility and transportation in Islamabad, which are fundamental to any nation’s economic development and well-being,” according to Miral Sarif, Yango’s Islamabad City Manager.
Currently available in Pakistan, the Yango mobile application can be downloaded for free in multiple languages, including English and Urdu. Users can easily order rides in both cars and motorcycles to get them where they need to go. The app quickly connects the user with the closest available driver by using geolocation technology to pinpoint the user’s location, which reduces waiting times. Yango currently only accepts cash, with the app automatically calculating the cost of each trip based on the user-provided destination address.
Sharif continued, “By putting comfort, safety, and affordability first, we’re addressing the local community’s rising demand for mobility. In order to provide users and drivers with a seamless and pleasurable ride experience, Yango has integrated cutting-edge security features and technology. Considering how popular our service is becoming around the world, Yango is wise to enter Pakistan, and we’re eager to live up to the high standards of the nation’s affluent citizens.”
Yango has a unique business model in which it neither owns cars nor directly employs drivers. Instead, it works in partnership with nearby businesses and transportation companies to make their services available through its app. The Yango app uses its own routing, navigation, and intelligent order distribution features to differentiate itself from other online platforms. The time drivers spend looking for customers, switching between customers, or getting to their destinations is significantly reduced by these capabilities. The smooth transition from one ride to the next maximizes efficiency, reduces fuel consumption, and reduces empty car mileage. Additionally, a critical component of Yango’s strategic vision is to guarantee safe rides. The app already offers a number of features, including the ability to report reckless driving, share routes, and have quick access to emergency contact information.
Yango is still dedicated to its vision, which places a high priority on providing passengers with safe and affordable travel options as well as reliable and predictable pay for drivers. Yango aims to provide greater benefits to partners, drivers, users, and society at large by incorporating newer cars to increase partners’ profitability, optimizing routes through intelligent technology-driven car dispatch, and fostering sustainable businesses. Yango will offer hassle-free, dependable public transportation to the people of Pakistan with the launch of its services in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.