The London Taxi Company has sent an inquiry to the Economics Ministry probing the ground for expanding its operations to Tallinn, promising better quality of service than currently offered.
Ross MacKrennon, international sales manager of the company, has sent the Ministry of Economic Affairs a request for the ministry's blessing to begin introducing the service locally, Postimees reported.
According to MacKrennon, London taxis are specially designed for the purpose and are therefore comfortable, secure and enduring. Besides supplying the cabs, the company is also proposing offering special training for drivers.
The company has been extremely successful in Azerbaijan's capital Baku, where it has significantly improved the overall taxi service and helped to reduced the number of pirate cabs, MacKrennon said. London taxis also operate in several other locations overseas, including Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.