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 Chinese ecommerce giant and Singapore’s postal service gear up to take advantage of ecommerce boom.
The startup has raised US$500,000 seed funding from i2india Venture Factory for product development, expansion, and customer acquisition.
Boxful, one of several Hong Kong startups that are shaking up the storage industry, revealed today that it has locked down US$6.6 million in series A funding.
Pakistani-American Shoaib Makani quit a cushy job at Google to pursue his entrepreneurial dreams.
The lazy economy meets the sharing economy.
A former Rocket Internet executive is bootstrapping this startup that's aimed at ecommerce merchants and anyone who send parcels across the region.
The company has a presence in 200 cities and will tap into the rural market with fresh funding. It aims to expand its reach four-fold.
Grab has designed an app for restaurateurs to track the delivery. With fresh funding, it will double the fleet of delivery boys to 1,000 to enter another city P...
Logistics are tough in the region’s large yet fragmented ecommerce markets. Companies like aCommerce offer end-to-end control, others find their niche.
Experienced VC Adrian Li highlights the differences between barriers and friction points in Indonesia’s ecommerce space.
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.
Once known as China's answer to Facebook, Renren is aggressively investing in startups abroad.
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....
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.