Low-cost bus company Wemobi launches 16 new routes in Brazil

After one year in operation, the JCA Group subsidiary has completed 250,000 trips between São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and Paraná.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A risky enterprise by the JCA Group (owner of the bus companies Catarinense, Cometa and 1001), low-cost startup Wemobi has proven a hit.

The bus company that competes with startups such as Buser and 4Bus began operations in July last year, offering trips between São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro for prices starting at R$19.90 (US$3.88).

One year later and despite the pandemic, the company hit the mark of 250,000 completed trips and announced an expansion plan for the second half of the year. The goal is to reach . . .

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