Grab ex­pects de­liv­er­ies to surge dur­ing hol­i­days

Sun.Star Cebu - - BUSINESS - /KOC

Malaysia-based startup com­pany Grab is ex­pect­ing a surge in de­liv­ery book­ings for GrabEx­press this hol­i­day sea­son.

Grab Philip­pines coun­try man­ager Brian Cu said that af­ter the launch of GrabEx­press in Cebu City last Septem­ber, busi­nesses of vary­ing sizes have started us­ing the de­liv­ery app to send their pack­ages to any des­ti­na­tion in Cebu.

GrabEx­press of­fers a con­ve­nient and faster way for busi­nesses to send items such as doc­u­ments, parcels, gifts and other small pack­ages with­out hav­ing to fall in line at de­liv­ery cen­ters or pay for additional man­power re­sources.

“We are very ex­cited to sup­port the de­mand for GrabEx­press in Cebu,” said Cu.

More book­ings

“We have been re­ceiv­ing sev­eral in­quiries re­gard­ing lo­gis­tics part­ner­ship from dif­fer­ent lo­cal es­tab­lish­ments in Cebu City and we hope to serve more de­liv­ery book­ings es­pe­cially in the com­ing hol­i­days,” he added.

Grab stressed that all parcels ac­cepted by GrabEx­press are safe and in­sured. It has real-time track­ing that al­lows users to mon­i­tor their items un­til these get to their des­ti­na­tion.

Cu said GrabEx­press makes de­liv­er­ies more ef­fi­cient for busi­nesses in Cebu.

Grab is South­east Asia’s lead­ing on-de­mand trans­porta­tion and mo­bile pay­ments plat­form. It cur­rently of­fers ser­vices in Sin­ga­pore, In­done­sia, Philip­pines, Malaysia, Thai­land, Viet­nam and Myan­mar.

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