China's Ele.me has just announced a new B2B business called Youcai aimed at getting small restaurants the ingredients they need.
A crackdown on delivery security following China's deadly parcel bombings is coming just in time to potentially disrupt Singles Day deliveries.
India-based delivery startup Opinio raised US$7 million from the likes of Accel Partners and logistics company Delhivery.
Not long after arriving in Shanghai, Simon Vogel realized that his goal of opening a restaurant wasn’t going to happen as planned. “It’s much more difficult to ...
Grey Orange builds robots for warehouse automation of logistics and ecommerce companies for quicker deliveries.
The companies that will win this market will be those who build great tech products, and not the operations-oriented ones, says the Opinio founder.
Investor money is pouring into on-demand delivery startups, and logistics is a key piece to the puzzle. But technology in this space is surprisingly primitive. ...
The Bangalore-based startup processes 1,500 orders a day and plans to take the service across India.
MySnappyCart set out to be the Instacart of Hong Kong, but the city is proving to be a whole different animal than those tamed in the West.
Liu Jiangfeng’s startup is called Dmall, a hyperlocal shopping app connected with large supermarkets.
A new startup from Beijing that specializes in salad delivery today announced it raised "tens of millions" of RMB (at least $1.6M) in a series A funding round.
India's on-demand grocery startup race continues to pick up speed.
Beequick, a food and drink delivery startup, has announced it secured a US$20 million series B round of funding from Hillhouse Capital and Sequoia Capital.
Earlier restricted to mainly restaurants and cafes, delivery services in Pakistan are fast evolving.
Magic is the buzziest startup in the US right now. But if you look at its business model, it's actually better suited for Asia.
Yet another Chinese food delivery startup raises funding. But in this crowded market, is US$500k really enough?
450 customers will get the chance to have their goods delivered by drone.
Naldo, which works sort of like an Uber for last-mile deliveries, now boasts over 500 corporate customers, tripling its client base in the last year.