Profiles of Key e-Hailing Companies in ASEAN, 2018

Profiles of Key e-Hailing Companies in ASEAN, 2018

Grab is the Market Leader in Southeast Asia with ~90% Share. Addressable Market for e-Hailing is Likely to Grow to ~$30 Billion by 2022

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25-May-2018
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Asia Pacific
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Market Research
Research Code: 9AB2-00-73-00-00
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Description

The e-hailing market in the ASEAN is showing clear signs of growth and is likely to emerge as a key mode of transport in the region in short to medium term. Urban areas are expected to be the primary segment for e-hailing apps in the ASEAN. The younger population of smartphone users are likely to be the key target market. Several participants have entered the growing market and several partnerships and some takeovers are helping the market witness growth in the region.

The e-hailing apps market is expected to record steady growth over the short to medium term, driven by increased the penetration of smartphone users, increasing cost of car maintenance, and rising modes of cashless payment. However, the market continues to face challenges in terms of competing modes of transport, including private owned vehicles, street hailing taxi services, and other forms of public transportation such as trains, metros, and buses.

Research Scope

  • Key Trends in e-hailing in various countries in the ASEAN
  • Profiles of the key competitors in each of the countries including:
    • Business overview and presence
    • Various service offerings
    • Fare details for each of the services including booking fee, base fare, charges as per time (per minute), charges based on distance (per km), and minimum fare

Research Highlights

This study offers a competitive scenario of the e-hailing apps market in the ASEAN. It analyzes the competitors operating in the various ASEAN markets including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The study offers a detailed profile of each of the operators. It focuses on a general overview of e-hailing apps and their presence across the countries, the types of services offered, the types of vehicles available, the number of seats, and the areas of availability of a particular service, alongside the offerings and fare details for each of the services.

Key Issues Addressed

  • Which are the key competitors for e-hailing app service providers in the ASEAN?
  • What is the business overview each of these competitors?
  • What is the presence of each of the competitors in the markets under consideration?
  • What are the various types of services being offered by the e-hailing app operators?
  • What are the fare details charged by the various operators for each of the e-hailing app services?

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—e-Hailing Market Potential by Country

Executive Summary—Key Takeaways

Executive Summary—Key Players in ASEAN

Executive Summary—Largest e-Hailing Player: Grab

Executive Summary—What Has Grab Done Better?

Executive Summary—What Can Grab Do Better?

Impact of e-Hailing on Vehicle Ownership and Usage

e-Hailing in ASEAN—Share of Transportation

e-Hailing—Key Players in ASEAN

e-Hailing Awareness

e-Hailing—Facts and Myths

e-Hailing Market Potential by Country

Market Potential of Taxi and Bike Taxi e-Hailing Relative to Private Car e-Hailing

Factors Affecting e-Hailing Growth in ASEAN

Market Potential of Car e-Hailing (Taxi and Private Car e-Hailing)

Market Potential of Bike Taxi e-Hailing

Grab Malaysia

Grab Malaysia (continued)

Grab Malaysia (continued)

Grab Malaysia (continued)

Grab Malaysia (continued)

Uber Malaysia Sdn Bhd*

Uber Malaysia Sdn Bhd (continued)

Uber Malaysia Sdn Bhd (continued)

Uber Malaysia Sdn Bhd (continued)

Uber Malaysia Sdn Bhd (continued)

EzCab Sdn Bhd

EzCab Sdn Bhd (continued)

EzCab Sdn Bhd (continued)

EzCab Sdn Bhd (continued)

EzCab Sdn Bhd (continued)

iTeksi Malaysia

iTeksi Malaysia (continued)

iTeksi Malaysia (continued)

Grab Singapore

Grab Singapore (continued)

Grab Singapore (continued)

Grab Singapore (continued)

Grab Singapore (continued)

Grab Singapore (continued)

Grab Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore*

Uber Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore (continued)

Uber Singapore (continued)

ComfortDelGro

ComfortDelGro (continued)

ComfortDelGro (continued)

Trans-Cab Services Pte. Ltd.

Trans-Cab Services Pte. Ltd. (continued)

Trans-Cab Services Pte. Ltd. (continued)

Singapore Mass Rapid Transport (SMRT) Taxis Pte. Ltd.

SMRT Taxis Pte. Ltd.

SMRT Taxis Pte. Ltd. (continued)

New Players and Business Models

New Players and Business Models (continued)

Grab Thailand

Grab Thailand (continued)

Grab Thailand (continued)

Grab Thailand (continued)

Grab Thailand (continued)

Uber Thailand*

Uber Thailand (continued)

Uber Thailand (continued)

Uber Thailand (continued)

Uber Thailand (continued)

All Thai Taxi

All Thai Taxi (continued)

All Thai Taxi (continued)

GO-JEK

GO-JEK (continued)

GO-JEK (continued)

Grab Indonesia

Grab Indonesia (continued)

Grab Indonesia (continued)

Grab Indonesia (continued)

Grab Indonesia (continued)

Uber Indonesia*

Uber Indonesia (continued)

Uber Indonesia (continued)

Blue Bird

Blue Bird (continued)

Blue Bird (continued)

Express Transindo Utama Tbk

Express Transindo Utama Tbk (continued)

Express Transindo Utama Tbk (continued)

Grab Vietnam

Grab Vietnam (continued)

Grab Vietnam (continued)

Grab Vietnam (continued)

Grab Vietnam (continued)

Uber Vietnam*

Uber Vietnam (continued)

Uber Vietnam (continued)

Mai Linh Taxi

Mai Linh Taxi (continued)

Mai Linh Taxi (continued)

Vinasun Taxi

Vinasun Taxi (continued)

Vinasun Taxi (continued)

Grab Philippines

Grab Philippines (continued)

Grab Philippines (continued)

Grab Philippines (continued)

Grab Philippines (continued)

Uber Philippines*

Uber Philippines (continued)

Uber Philippines (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1—Traffic Congestion in Urban Areas

Growth Opportunity 2—Cashless Payments

Growth Opportunity 3—Car as a Service

Growth Opportunity 4—Emergence of Smart Cities in Southeast Asia

Growth Opportunity 5—Significant Opportunities for Collaboration as Well as Consolidation

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Table of Acronyms

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

The e-hailing market in the ASEAN is showing clear signs of growth and is likely to emerge as a key mode of transport in the region in short to medium term. Urban areas are expected to be the primary segment for e-hailing apps in the ASEAN. The younger population of smartphone users are likely to be the key target market. Several participants have entered the growing market and several partnerships and some takeovers are helping the market witness growth in the region. The e-hailing apps market is expected to record steady growth over the short to medium term, driven by increased the penetration of smartphone users, increasing cost of car maintenance, and rising modes of cashless payment. However, the market continues to face challenges in terms of competing modes of transport, including private owned vehicles, street hailing taxi services, and other forms of public transportation such as trains, metros, and buses.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope

  • Key Trends in e-hailing in various countries in the ASEAN
  • Profiles of the key competitors in each of the countries including:
    • Business overview and presence
    • Various service offerings
    • Fare details for each of the services including booking fee, base fare, charges as per time (per minute), charges based on distance (per km), and minimum fare

Research Highlights

This study offers a competitive scenario of the e-hailing apps market in the ASEAN. It analyzes the competitors operating in the various ASEAN markets including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. The study offers a detailed profile of each of the operators. It focuses on a general overview of e-hailing apps and their presence across the countries, the types of services offered, the types of vehicles available, the number of seats, and the areas of availability of a particular service, alongside the offe

More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Shantanu Gangakhedkar
Industries Automotive
WIP Number 9AB2-00-73-00-00
Keyword 1 E-hailing
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9AF6-A6