Fuetebella-Trota?s Yellow Cab Pizza takes a bite out of Brunei, East Malaysia

Destination will get a tte of New York-themed pizza in every bite. Yellow Cab Pizza, homemade pizza ideation of the country?s largest casual dining chain operator, has sealed its bid into Brunei and East Malaysia.

Max?s Group Inc. has inked an agreement with YTT Sdn Bhd to establish at least 10 Yellow Cab Pizza stores in Brunei and East Malaysia within five years.

?Again, this proves the enormous mainstream appeal of Yellow Cab Pizza in the global stage. We are excited with the opportunity to serve the flavors of New York to the people of Brunei and East Malaysia. Looking ahead, we will continue to further unlock the brand?s potential in other markets,? said Max?s Group president and CEO Robert Trota.

This is the second development deal secured by Max?s Group, Inc. for the year, increasing its total international pipeline to 140 outlets, slated for opening in the coming years.

?We are confident in our tie-up with YTT Sdn Bhd given their strong commitment and familiarity with the local food industry. On our part, we shall extend fundamental support to reinforce this partnership,? Mr. Trota added.

Hj Jameel Ahmed, director of YTT Sdn Bhd and franchise holder of Yellow Cab Pizza in Brunei and Malaysia, said the flagship store would rise in Brunei, targeted for completion in the third quarter.

?We are excited to bring Yellow Cab Pizza to Brunei and East Malaysia. We believe that Yellow Cab Pizza brand inspired by New York, will attract the young demographic group in the market,? Ahmed said.

Yellow Cab Pizza presently operates a network of 150 branches including eight franchised outlets located in Qatar, two in United Arab Emirates, one in Saudi Arabia, two in China, one in Hawaii and one in Singapore.
Plans are underway to open flagship stores in Vietnam, Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain, Egypt and Oman.

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