Grofers riders zip around on two-wheelers picking up goods from local retailers and delivering them to customers, while the app tracks orders.
Five early-stage startups in Hong Kong have emerged to offer the exact same service: on-demand storage for your junk. It's not a new model, but it's a good one. How might this competition evolve?
450 customers will get the chance to have their goods delivered by drone.
Freightos is injecting some much needed exigency into the sector. It’s the first company in the world to offer instant quotes for end-to-end freight shipping.
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.
The startup runs delivery services mostly for cheap chain restaurants, guaranteeing a bowl of noodles or Burger King Whopper to your door in less than one hour.
The race to provide Asia with on-demand, intra-city deliveries heats up.
Lalamove's Blake Larson talked about moving Asia's logistics industry at a meetup event in Taipei.
The logistics-on-demand startup is currently active in three markets in Asia.
Hong Kong smart logistics company Gogovan is headed into China next year following a US$10 million investment from Renren.
...but while that might seem like a lot, it's actually a tiny percentage of the Singles Day orders the company needed to fill.
China’s shoppers have been saving up their purchases ready to get a Singles Day discount. That’s caused a sales slump, both online and offline.
Renren Kuaidi, which literally translates to “Everyone Express,” let’s anyone who meets the eligibility requirements sign up to be a courier.
Uber has now arrived in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. That makes two cities in Vietnam, that’s a pretty fast expansion in three months.
Ecommerce and logistics in Singapore is a bloodbath. ACommerce decides it wants to focus on high growth markets instead.
If you’ve ever tried to ship a container overseas, you probably know how complicated and expensive it can be. If you work at an ecommerce company, you surely know that logistics in Southeast Asia can ...
The Chinese ecommerce giant is steadily flexing its logistics muscle in overseas markets.
About 70 percent of the 30,000 logistic companies in Singapore still use traditional methods of conducting their operations