Leading taxi companies in Japan 2017, by fleet size

This statistic displays the results of a survey on the leading taxi and limousine operators in Japan in 2017, sorted by fleet size. According to a study published by McKinsey & Company, Daiichi-Koutsu Sangyo led the ranking with a taxi fleet of 8,842 vehicles, while Nihon Koutsu came in second with almost 6,700 vehicles.

Leading taxi and limousine operators in Japan in 2017, by fleet size

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Release date

November 2018



Survey time period

November 2018

Special properties

fleet size including taxis and limousines

Supplementary notes

*The source reported the fleet size of small taxi companies as a range of two to ten vehicles.

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