At this time when technology is king, the easy transport and delivery of goods and services can be had by simply tapping on one’s mobile phone, tablet or PC.
This is the service which Lalamove latched on.
Lalamove began operations in Hong Kong in 2013 and went on to cater to 81 cities in Asia, including Manila.
Understanding that their service is heavily dependent on tech users, they have now introduced to the public a new App design which they hope will not only entice new customers, but to make the experience of booking their services as seamless and enjoyable as possible.
The new design features the logo of a humming bird which signifies the swiftness by which Lalamove operates.
The aesthetic design was also revamped to make it more appealing for the user during interface. The new version also looks cleaner, providing the customer with a less-cluttered experience when booking.
The new app also allows access to a customer’s contact book so one can link the number and details of that contact to the on-going order.
But beyond design, the Lalamove App now allows for a quicker app experience from placing all the way to completing the order.
One can browse their delivery options- either thru motorcycle, medium utility van or large utility van and pick which best suits their needs. The fees are also carefully listed per transaction based on weight and size of package plus destination.
It also makes sure that the driver making the pick-up and drop off can be tracked real time on your screen so you can feel secure with every transaction.
Albert Go, Country Director of Lalamove knows too well that while technology is their prime enabler, it is just one facet of their business. With his eyes on expanding operations In the outskirts of Metro Manila, Go says their main focus is on improving their logistics and services so that more and more people will try, choose and remain loyal to “Lalamove”.
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