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Malton’s Station Taxis latest to join the Take Me network

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Ambitious taxi operator Take Me has added another company to its growing portfolio, with the addition of North Yorkshire’s Station Taxis.

The taxi firm operate around the Ryedale areas and have a head office in Malton, North Yorkshire.

Station Taxis owner Lisa Ridsdale has joined the Take Me Group in a bid to utilise a wider network. Ridsdale said: “Station Taxis is a family run business established in 1991, since when we have grown to be the largest taxi service in the Ryedale area. Based at our own workshops in Norton with a second office at Malton Station and now operating in the Pickering area, we operate a fleet of vehicles to suit all requirements, comprising of 15 cars, 5 MPV’s and 5 minibuses, with capacity from 4 seats up to 16 passengers.

“Having recently provided Ryedale's first eco-friendly green hybrid taxi, we have since taken delivery of a further 3, demonstrating our commitment to help protect our local environment. We’re passionate about serving the local community and continually strive to improve the quality of our service.”

David Hunter, Take Me Managing Director, said: “The Company have more acquisitions in the pipeline to be announced in the near future and 2022 is shaping up to be just as busy as last year, following the additions already last year to the group including of ADT Taxis, Steve’s Taxis, VGT Taxis, Westside Taxis, Intercity Private Hire, Tower Cabs, TC Cars and TAXIFIRST.”

Hunter added: “It is exciting times at Take Me as we keep expanding and adding brilliant local businesses to our network fleet. Together we can bring our skills and infrastructure from being a national brand but build on the local expertise of these amazing well established taxi operators. It seems to be a great combination, and we are already working on adding to the network over the next 12 months.”


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