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PMD retailers meet with LTA to air concern over e-scooters worth millions in stockpile

PMD retailers meet with LTA to air concern over e-scooters worth millions in stockpile

22.11.2019

PMD retailers meet with LTA to air concern over e-scooters worth millions in stockpile

A document leaked to the media showed that the businesses have reported a combined inventory of more than 11,000 e-scooters worth over $6.53 million.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

A document leaked to the media on Friday evening by an e-mail account named Safety First showed that the businesses have reported a combined inventory of more than 11,000 e-scooters worth over $6.53 million. The document was confirmed to have been prepared by the retailers, although one told The Straits Times the numbers were just estimates.

"Several retailers shared with us that they were keen to sell power-assisted bicycles," LTA added."We agreed to help familiarise them with the requirements and approval processes for the sale of PABs."

According to the leaked document, the firm hardest hit was Mobot, which had previously told ST it had 3,000 scooters, worth $1.5 million in its inventory.

Asked about the document, a retailer involved in the group of businesses told ST the inventories and orders revealed in the document were estimates to gauge the impact suffered by retailers.

Read more: The Straits Times

The importer can export to another country that allow e-scooter . Oh..when u were making profits, did you air to LTA' you guys were great n did a fantastic job' C'est la Vie. Have you disbursed your profits for victims medical bills and funeral services? This should be the least of our worry. The Food Delivery folks, whose livelihood was impacted by the ban remains SG's top priority! These importers - it's just a business risk!

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LTA awards S$739.5m contract to build depot for Jurong Region LineRead more at The Business Times.

Nearly 2,500 e-scooter delivery riders have so far applied for trade-in grant: LTASINGAPORE — The Land Transport Authority ( LTA ) had received close to 2,500 applications under e-scooter trade-in grant (eTG) scheme rolled out by the three major food delivery companies as of Thursday (Nov 21), it said in a Facebook post on Friday.

Almost 2,500 food delivery riders apply for trade-in grant: LTASINGAPORE — Almost 2,500 food delivery riders have applied for a grant to trade in their e-scooters as of Thursday (21 November), said the Land Transport Agency ( LTA ).

Almost 2,500 food delivery riders apply to trade in e-scooters in first week of grant scheme: LTAThere are about 7,000 riders working for GrabFood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Almost 2,500 food delivery riders apply for trade-in grant: LTASINGAPORE — Almost 2,500 food delivery riders have applied for a grant to trade in their e-scooters as of Thursday (21 November), said the Land Transport Agency ( LTA ).

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