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Take Me Group expands fleet further with Direct Taxis acquisition

Updated: Mar 31

Image credit: David Hunter

In its latest strategic move to bolster its presence within the UK’s taxi and private hire sector, Take Me Group has officially acquired Direct Taxis in Nuneaton, marking a significant expansion with an addition of an 80-car fleet.

The announcement was made by David Hunter, CEO of Take Me (pictured on left), through a social media statement yesterday.

Lee Roberts, the Manager of Direct Taxis (pictured on right), is said to have expressed his enthusiasm for the acquisition, highlighting the potential for growth through collaboration with the Take Me Solihull team.

The partnership aims to foster expansion in Nuneaton and its surrounding areas, leveraging the resources and expertise of Take Me Group.

Take Me Group, renowned for its substantial footprint in several major UK cities including Plymouth, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Stoke, Birmingham, and Darlington, continues to assert its growth in the industry. This latest acquisition highlights the company's commitment to expanding its services and enhancing its operational capabilities across the UK.

The merger with Direct Taxis not only extends Take Me Group’s reach but also signifies its ongoing strategy to consolidate its position as a leading taxi and private hire service provider in the nation.

David Hunter, Take Me CEO, said via social media: “Great yesterday to complete the purchase of DIRECT TAXIS in Nuneaton, an 80 car fleet managed by Lee Roberts. Lee is looking forward to have access to the Take Me Solihull team to expand in and around his area.”


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