City Taxis launch in Rotherham

Expanding Sheffield cab firm, City Taxis, has kicked off its launch in Rotherham with a partnership deal at Rotherham United.

Changes within the industry saw the innovative company merge with Mercury Taxis in 2015 and move into larger premises. City went on to purchase A1 Ace Taxis of Barnsley for an undisclosed sum in 2016.

Barclays backed the £10m turnover company with new funding to enable the purchase of the premises, as well as the installation of innovative technology to help the firm keep up with the industry.

Read on… http://www.rothbiz.co.uk/2017/03/news-5418-city-taxis-launch-in-rotherham.html?m=1

City Taxis Website: http://www.citytaxis.com/

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10 Responses to City Taxis launch in Rotherham

  1. David smith says:

    Totally wrong drivers and cars from other towns being used Rotherham lads have to have CCTV in. The cabs these out of town cars don’t and there advert in local paper says they have over 1,700 drivers at there disposal your report says less than a thousand

    • Loudmouth says:

      Well they can only blames themselves, Akthar and friends, for the mess there in. Should’ve, could’ve sorted out the peaophiles, working in the industry. However a selling point, would be, the Rotherham taxis are safer!!

  2. David Wheater says:

    What’s political about this?It questions your independence David

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  3. Colin Tawn says:

    This is yet another example of the ineffectiveness and weak leadership of RMBC who claim ‘things are improving’. No they are not.
    I’ll repeat myself; Why isn’t The Supreme Leader Kris Jong Read-and by definition the Commissioners- introducing and agitating for a by law to make it an offence for all PHV’s operating in Rotherham to comply with their own regulations; that CCTV is fitted and operating?
    PHV’s registered out of town and touting for business in Rotherham makes a mockery of the ‘Fresh Start’ statement often spouted by our puppet leader.

    • malcontent says:

      You contradict yourself: Is he the Supreme Leader, the puppet leader, or the dear, supreme, puppet leader? A man who can’t even comply with the simple requirements on the form for being a candidate in the council elections is either very careless or duplicitous.

      • Colin Tawn says:

        @malcontent.

        CR thinks he is Supreme Leader, I think he’s a puppet leader because the Commissioners have the final say.
        Who is your last paragraph aimed at?

        • malcontent says:

          CT: The inference was do we want a leader who, whether he is supreme or a puppet, is either very careless or duplicitous. We’ve had plenty of experience of past leaders who have been both.

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