Indian Navy signs MoU with Uber for commute of Naval personnel
The MoU with Uber aims to provide reliable, convenient, safe, and economical mobility solutions for the personal travel and commute of Naval personnel and families across the country.
New Delhi: The Indian Navy signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Uber in the presence of Admiral R Hari Kumar, Chief of the Naval Staff, Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar, President NWWA, and Mr. Abhinav Mittoo, Senior Country Manager, Uber for Business, Under India South Asia and Egypt.
The MoU with Uber aims to provide reliable, convenient, safe, and economical mobility solutions for the personal travel and commute of Naval personnel and families across the country.Read Also : AAI conducts four-day-long Advanced Training Session
Uber will extend the following benefits to Indian Naval personnel and their families will include: -
(a) A personalized profile on the Uber App.
(b) Premier Executive Cab Category providing surge price protection during peak office hours.
(c) Availability of Top-rated drivers.
(d) Zero cancellation fee on all Uber rides.
(e) 24x7 Premium business support.Read Also : NTPC Bongaigaon conducts mass pep talk
This MoU aligns with CNS’s vision of ‘Happy Personnel’ under ‘SHIPS FIRST’ and is a maiden initiative in the Armed Forces. It is also in furtherance of Govt. of India’s ‘Digital India’ vision of embracing technology for transformative change.Read Also : Coal India organises workshop on Reform of Coal Mine closure
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