Sprintr: Hyper local last mile on demand delivery
LogiNext has launched its maiden last mile delivery platform, Sprintr, to offer an innovative, robust and techdriven platform to both clients and delivery partners. The clients can easily push orders and delivery requests via the platform. It has a pan-India delivery network. The delivery partners may sign up independently at the mobile app. The platform bundles different orders on the basis of the location, capacity, resource availability, time preferences, traffic and weather patterns, distance and many other parameters and hence saving costs and implementing unit economics.
Dhruvil Sanghvi, CEO and Co-Founder, LogiNext Solutions said, “We cater to bundled deliveries within a locality across different verticals, including apparels, groceries, food and more. With 250 delivery personnel currently working with us, managing over 5,000 daily deliveries, we hope to expand and serve more clients.” Indian Ports Act 1908, Bill of Lading Act 1856 and Coasting Vessels Act of 1838 approved during the time of Bahadur Shah Zafar.”
Addressing the gaps in physical achievements of infrastructure projects, investment and trade facilitation, Gautama, says, “If a paper is required for a transaction, then somewhere there is a failure in improvisation. Today, shipping lines issue e-BLs and even e-DOs (Delivery Orders), stamp duty being paid online, longstanding containers and abandoned cargoes should be disposed of speedily.”
Any successful model overseas that can be followed?
Gautama answers, “We need to emulate the models used in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Rotterdam, Antwerp where ports and terminals are just used for loading and discharging containers. A port like Shanghai has a throughput of about 30m TEUs. India’s complete throughput for year ending 31 March 2015 was 11.54m TEUs. If containers are to be transshipped, no more than a simple list should be needed. Regulatory
The development of Vizingham port has a potential to make a transshipment hub, however making India a maritime hub is a long drawn out process
processes should give way facilitation processes.” to