Lynk merges with MT Cabs
LYNK, the Irish taxi app, have finalised a key acquisition in one of Dublin’s largest commuter towns, Bray. Lynk have been rapidly expanding their reach for customers which has further cemented them as one of the biggest players in the Irish taxi industry. Having solidified their service in Dublin and other key commuter towns such as Maynooth, this merger is a crucial stepping stone in their national growth plans. Lynk has merged with prominent Bray based firm, MT Cabs, bringing Lynk Bray to the market.
MT Cabs is long established and have a loyal local customer base in Bray, Greystones and Enniskerry, which is why they are the perfect fit for Lynk, whose core offering is the highest quality local service. Merging with MT Cabs will expand Lynk’s availability in Northern Wicklow, an area that has been lacking in app based taxi technology for customers.
This key merger will see over 30 new local drivers added to Lynk’s growing fleet. This partnership is just one of many that Lynk are finalising in the coming months as part of their ongoing national expansion plans. Additionally it allows these new drivers city wide use of the app. Noel Ebbs, CEO of Lynk said ‘We’re really pleased to have brought MT Cabs in to the fold at Lynk. We see this as a huge opportunity to bring our app technology to customers in the Bray area. As always our focus is to offer local people the best possible service and drivers the best opportunity and fairest system to make a good living.’ Jerry Maloney, MT Cabs owner, said ‘This will improve the quality of our service to our loyal customers, some of which have been with us since we formed as MT Cabs over 20 years ago. This marks a new chapter as we move forward as Lynk Bray. Exciting times lie ahead.’
Noel Ebbs, CEO of Lynk.