Shell Malaysia Set To Acquire 50% Of Parkeasy

This investment will be Shell’s first investment in a local Malaysian tech start up. This investment gives Shell an immediate path to an established parking and e-mobility platform in Southeast Asia.

Commenting on the deal, Seow Lee Ming, Shell’s General Manager Mobility said “Decarbonising Mobility and enabling better services to our customers through digital innovation are core to our Powering Progress strategy.

We intend to make investments that will help us serve our customers better through the energy transition and pressures of modern living. We value this opportunity to partner with a young Malaysian start-up, and believe our combined strength will help us develop superior mobility products and services for our customers.”

ParkEasy will continue to operate under its existing management and name. Over the last 3 years, ParkEasy has grown its business from a parking reservation app to include other offerings such as sales of its proprietary smart parking solutions and electric vehicle charging bay management systems.

“At ParkEasy, we continually look for new, easier ways for people to enjoy an upgraded parking experience. We are excited to have Shell as a partner, especially as they support our vision and belief that people should always utilize their most valuable resource, time, on the things that truly matter to them,” said Warren Chan, Chief Executive Officer, Pixelbyte.

The deal is expected to complete in the third quarter of 2022.

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