Addison Lee will acquire black taxi operator ComCab, making it the largest private hire and taxi company in London.
Addison Lee has been refused permission to appeal an Employment Tribunal’s decision that drivers are entitled to workers’ rights.
Addison Lee has launched its Vaccination Drive initiative, which sees the company offering discounted rides to and from major vaccination hubs in and around London.
Addison Lee Group chauffeur division Tristar Worldwide has started a 45-day consultation with some of its workers, according to GMB London.
The Covid-19 death rate for professional drivers is one of the highest, according to new data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Addison Lee is fitting partition screens across its fleet of 4,000 vehicles as part of a package measures to protect drivers and customers.
Addison Lee has partnered with coach platform Zeelo to provide transport and logistics to support hospitals and healthcare workers in London through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Addison Lee has launched its ‘Donate a Ride’ campaign, which will offer free rides to and from hospital for NHS workers across the city.
A consortium led by former CEO of Addison Lee Group, Liam Griffin, and Cheyne Capital’s Strategic Value Credit (SVC) business, has completed the buy-out of London’s largest taxi operator Addison Lee Group.
Private hire company heads £15 million Project Endeavour consortium to provide commercial autonomous ride-sharing service
Addison Lee Group pilots Audi e-tron electric SUVs to shape future electrification strategy
‘It doesn’t matter how many EVs you have if you can’t charge them’
Addison Lee has struck a deal with Aston Barclay to extend its used vehicle remarketing contract for a further 12 months.
National Windscreens has been awarded the contract for windscreen repair, replacement and ADAS calibration on the 5,000-vehicle fleet run by Addison Lee Group.
Addison Lee is trialling five Audi e-trons for six months, as the taxi firm investigates the suitability of fully electric cars on its fleet.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is planning to buy taxi firm Addison Lee in a potential £300m deal, according to reports.
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Addison Lee Group and Sixt have announced a strategic partnership that will see services available via the Sixt app starting in London, with a phased global roll-out due later this year.
Addison Lee Group is investing £41 million on 1,200 Volkswagen Sharan MPVs to create an ultra-low emission zone-compliant fleet for London.
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