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Lalamove generates more jobs in 2021

Despite the challenges of 2020, Lalamove maintained a foothold in the delivery industry with a sustained growth. 

Lalamove generates more jobs in 2021

The pandemic has shown the value of same-day delivery and with the continuous rise of online businesses, Lalamove invests further in fleet expansion to meet the growing demand while also creating more job opportunities.

This year marks the launch of the sedan fleet of Lalamove, which has long been requested by its loyal customers. The new fleet will feature a 200-kilogram weight capacity with dimensions of 3.5 x 2 x 2.5 ft. 

It falls perfectly between the motorcycle and the MPV category, promising a significant capacity upgrade from the motorcycle fleet and lower prices compared to the 300-kg MPVs. 

Business users stand to benefit from the new category as the food and beverage industry and online marketplaces have shown a steady increase in demand for four-wheel deliveries. This also opens up great earning opportunities to more people whose livelihood has been affected by the pandemic. 

“Our goal this year is to further enhance the flexibility of our delivery services. The launch of the sedan fleet is our answer to the ever-growing needs of our customers while creating more jobs for the driving community,” said Dannah Majarocon, managing director of Lalamove Philippines.

The 200-kg sedan fleet will be available to take on deliveries starting Feb. 1, 2021.

Launched in the Philippines in 2017, Lalamove is an on-demand logistics company that matches drivers with customers and SME businesses to fulfill same-day deliveries. 

Its mission of making local deliveries faster and simpler is achieved through innovations such as instant order matching, real-time GPS vehicle tracking, 24/7 services, and a driver rating system. 

Lalamove operates in 25 markets across Asia, Latin America, and the United States. 

Topics: Lalamove , delivery industry , COVID-19 pandemic , MPV category
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