The Didi Chuxing logo is seen at its headquarters building in Beijing. Didi is continuing to diversify its business beyond ride-sharing amid some push-back against the sharing economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
The Didi Chuxing logo is seen at its headquarters building in Beijing. Didi is continuing to diversify its business beyond ride-sharing amid some push-back against the sharing economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters

China’s ride hailing giant Didi Chuxing hiring truck drivers for push into on-demand freight market

  • The company said it would waive the commission fee it charges drivers for the first 30 days if they sign up before June 18
  • Manbang has more than 1.8 million registered shippers and 6.7 million truckers on its platform

The Didi Chuxing logo is seen at its headquarters building in Beijing. Didi is continuing to diversify its business beyond ride-sharing amid some push-back against the sharing economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
The Didi Chuxing logo is seen at its headquarters building in Beijing. Didi is continuing to diversify its business beyond ride-sharing amid some push-back against the sharing economy amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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