Maxim Malaysia expands operation to Sarawak, Sabah
By:News Desk
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KUCHING: Maxim Malaysia has spread its wings to East Malaysia, namely Lawas, north of Sarawak and Sipitang in Sabah.

In a statement here yesterday, Maxim Malaysia said in order to achieve masses coverage of service throughout Malaysia including rural areas, it expanded the operation to new towns in Borneo.

“At this point locals can get access to Maxim E-hailing as one of their transports to travel, and help users to get easy access to transportation. Users don’t need to worry about transportation anymore because Maxim Malaysia is ready to serve with many services that can smooth your day.

“In fact, now people in Lawas can enjoy many services including e-hailing, delivery items, buy and delivery, cargo, domestic service like laundry,” it said.

Maxim Malaysia started its operations in 2018 and growing slowly throughout Malaysia. With its operations also spreading to Sipitang, situated near the border of Brunei and Indonesia, people will visit the town as the intermittent road to travel by land transport.

It added that now people could enjoy car rides with Maxim E-hailing together with delivery items service, buy and delivery, enabling passengers to move around the city with convenient utilities.

Maxim also hopes that this service can help locals with their daily routine at an affordable price for everyone.
“The price will appear in the app once passengers have decided their pick up and destination location.

So, users can plan their spending, knowing the price in advance. The price won’t change during the trip
“With this, Maxim Malaysia unwraps the opportunity for locals who are interested to join us as partner-driver.

This opportunity shall help the unemployed individuals, fresh graduates, part-timers and for those who are looking for additional income.

“Working hours are very flexible for our drivers, they can choose their own time as a full time or part time. They can download our application for registration on sea.taxsee.pro/my,” it added.

Maxim E-Hailing Malaysia expands operations to Borneo, Lawas in Sarawak and Sipitang in Sabah.

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