New Delhi: Online transportation network company Uber on Thursday entered into an agreement with Indian multinational conglomerate holding company Tata Groups to improve its vehicle services.
As per the agreement, Uber drivers can buy Tata cars like the Indica and Indigo from Tata Motors Ltd and seek operational support from Tata Business Support Services.
Tata Capital Financial Services and Tata Motors Finance will provide loans at attractive rates while insurance would be offered by Tata AIG as a package.
Uber, which recently entered partnership with Paytm, State Bank of India (SBI) and Indian Army welfare body, has been seeking partnerships with more local companies to give flexibility and options to driver partners and consumers.
Eric Alexander, head of business, Uber Asia, said the company will be looking for partnerships with local companies in areas like technology, travel and finance.