Part of the Transdev team since early 2015, Cabfind is the UKs biggest supplier of taxis and private hire vehicles. The business commenced trading in 2005 to supply an online taxi booking system to the UK taxi industry, but Cabfind quickly diversified in 2006 into offering a very cost effective outsourced transport on-demand nationwide logistics solution designed to manage the sometimes complex needs of the corporate sector. Cabfinds nationwide integrated transport service is provided through a supply network of over 2300 companies whose combined fleet size is over 140,000 vehicles.
With an extensive and reliable supply chain nearly three times the size of the nearest competitor the Cabfind fleet represents half of all taxis and private hire vehicles in the UK. All of our suppliers go through a rigorous selection process to ensure that our passengers are in safe hands. Cabfind provides a single source total booking solution accessible via our 24/7 call centre agents, online booker or smart phone app.
From the Scottish highlands to central London, Cabfind cars, multiple passenger vehicles, wheelchair accessible cars and executive level transport are just a call, click or tap away.
- Over 98% of vehicles reach the customer within 20 minutes, anywhere in the UK.
- 25,000 of vehicles within the M25 area alone.
- Cabfind provides a tailored service to all major UK airports.
- Cabfind provides an executive travel service.
Cabfind boasts an impressive client list of over 80 blue chip clients from both the public and private sectors, including a sizeable number of the country’s major freight and passenger train operating companies.
For more information or to contact Cabfind directly:
Telephone: 0843 658 1122
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Cabfind releases new Duty of Care report
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