APML’s app for entrepreneurs
NITIN GADKARI, MINISTER OF ROAD TRANSPORT & HIGHWAYS, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, launched Agarwal Packers and Movers’ (APML) two mobile apps; APML Sathi and APML Suvidha.
The application, APML Sathi is APML’s earnest endeavour to provide an opportunity to all, empowering particularly army veterans and unemployed youth to be an entrepreneur and earn their living with love and respect. With this mobile app, the company strives to cover even the remotest areas in 707 districts across India and reach to the most deprived, unemployed sections of the society without making them step out of their convenient places. The plan is to create around 15,000 employment opportunities with earnings of `30,000 per month or more under the Sathi scheme. With APML Suvidha, the company strives to make relocation more convenient by providing its clients with all moving controls and facilities right on their mobile phones. The users can book their moving in any style, choice or pace they want anywhere, anytime using the app. They can be rest assured that their moving would be carried out by the industry’s best stalwart professionals as per their wishes.
Not only that, but also APML Suvidha solves more problems and provides an option of hiring of maid, carpenters, electricians, plumber and other skilled helpers along with the information of nearby places including schools and ATMs, all in just one app. Gadkari praised the one-of-akind CSR activity being carried out by Ramesh Agarwal, Mentor, APML for truck drivers in the form of ‘Nidra Daan’ facility provided at Nidra Daan Kendra, Dudu, Jaipur, focused on saving the lives of truck drivers due to lack of proper sleep and keeping in mind that the country is already facing an acute shortage of 22 lakh truck drivers.