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UMT to expand electric tuk-tuk fleet

Startup allots B200m to increase number of three-wheeled vehicles to 1,000 this year

A Muvmi electric tuk-tuk, which have become more popular for commuters travelling between mass transit and their homes.

Urban Mobility Tech Co (UMT), a startup that developed and operates the Muvmi battery-run tuk-tuk service and its booking application, plans to scale up its business by increasing the number of three-wheeled vehicles from 350 to 1,000 this year to meet higher demand from electric train commuters.

Electric tuk-tuks are gaining in popularity among people travelling between skytrain and subway systems to their homes and offices in Bangkok.

Up to 3.7 million people have used the service over the past…

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