Lalamove, Southeast Asia’s fastest growing on-demand courier service recently celebrated its first year in the Philippines. Since being introduced to the Filipino market last year, it has met every business’ logistical needs are now made better and faster with a rapid growth and technological edge.
It has served as a logistic platform partner for small and medium enterprises and completed hundreds of thousands of deliveries nationwide through its efficient app-based system.
But what the company really takes pride in is being able to provide steady and income-generating jobs for Filipino drivers via its wide array transport options from motorcycles to vans.
“We want to focus on top-notch services. Not just being customer-centric but also giving value to our trusted partner drivers. This vision of Manila has driven us to be one of the fastest growing countries of Lalamove here in Southeast Asia,” shared Albert Go, Lalamove Philippines’ country director.
And with Lalamove’s steady rise in the country, ShunWei Capital, a China-based venture capital firm founded by Xiaomi founder Lei Jun and Tuck Lye Koh, came onboard to inject more funds to fully equip the company in further strengthening needed improvements highly essential for small to medium enterprises in the food and beverage, apparel and electronics industry.
This round of funding plus the speed and reliability it is known for, Lalamove is, indeed, living up to its name as the leading intracity delivery platform.