In this competitive ride-hailing industry, Didi Chuxing, up against fierce challenges from Meituan among others, still managed to increase its daily completed rides by 5 million, since we last reported, to 30 million daily as of the past May 2018, per a picture we obtained from an anonymous tip.
It appears, according to the picture, Didi was showcasing the company’s latest achievements at the stage of the Morgan Stanley 4th Annual China Summit held in Beijing on May 30th.
Additionally, Didi also increased its registered users number from 450 million to 550 million as of this May.
Among these 30 million rides served daily, 23 million go to rides by private cars, 3.2 million to taxis, 2.9 million to hitch, and 340 thousand to completed chauffeured rides.
Didi also has a real-time bus schedule service that uses Didi’s data analytics to help its 14 million users of this service ‘catch the bus’.
Editor: Ben Jiang
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