Vietnam's Mai Linh group cooperates in passenger transport with Japan’s Willer

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Hanoi, June 14 (VNA) – Japan’s Willer, Inc. and Vietnam’s Mai Linh group have signed a memorandum of understanding on business cooperation in the transport of passengers.

Senator of the Japanese parliament Takei Shunsuke and Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Van Cong witnessed the signing ceremony in Tokyo on June 12.

CEO & President of the Japanese group Shigetaka Murase said Willer will partner with Mai Linh to complete infrastructure for the express bus route between Ho Chi Minh City – Can Tho and satellite cities in the Mekong Delta.

Willer will train officials for managing traffic safety management and operating the transport connectivity system, he said.

Chairman of Mai Linh group Ho Huy said the group will send more drivers to Japan for advanced training to further improve its taxi service quality.

The two sides will also work together to improve traffic safety and help address transport congestions in Vietnam via launching such services as e-booking, card payment, operation of bus stations and bus stops according to Japanese standards, he added.

The main goal of Mai Linh and Willer is creating unique values in passenger transport, meeting a wide range of demands for high-quality services.