Marc Martine had served as senior vice president of BostonCoach for eight years, overseeing company wide operations.
The interview features the CEO of Dav El/BostonCoach discussing how Uber has changed the limo industry and what operators can expect.
The new app-based Uber service would allow corporate travelers to book rides and get billed via travel management software.
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The groundbreaking, one-of-a-kind panel discussion will offer valuable information to operators attending the Miami Beach event.
APRIL LCT NEWS STORY: Operators nationwide got up to speed on key regulatory issues affecting their businesses.
The BostonCoach/Dav El deal could be the latest in a mounting wave of mergers and company sales as limo operations position for future growth.
Marcou Transportation Group’s premium chauffeured transportation platform will have more than 3,000 employees, 1,700 company-owned vehicles, and $250 million in annual revenues.
A $40 minimum statewide charge is seen as way to maintain levele playing field of taxi, livery business