Grab Philippines said Friday it expanded its services in Iloilo as part of its commitment to the government to provide 500,000 new livelihood opportunities within the transport sector across the country.
“The launch of GrabCar in Iloilo is a very exciting time as this marks the beginning of our journey towards delivering hundreds of thousands of meaningful livelihoods to our kababayans,” Grab Philippines country head Grace Vera Cruz said.
“We aim to delight our Ilonggo locals and tourists, and deliver the very best service to our consumers as well as our driver and merchant partners. We also hope to be a catalyst of digitalization for many of our Ilonggo institutions and become part of everyday life,” she said.
Grab is present in Iloilo with GrabTaxi, GrabFood and GrabExpress. Since launching its deliveries business last 2020, GrabFood became Iloilo’s most beloved food delivery platform.
Grab is a major source of livelihood in the Philippines, and through the launch of its GrabCar service, Grab is looking to make a positive contribution to the local economy—both as a provider of transport services, and as a livelihood partner.