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Indiaexportnews.com

Agility to invest US$100m in online platform

  20.12.2018    

Logistics firm Agility plans to invest US$100 million over three years to launch Shipa.com, a digital logistics platform that enable users to manage their freight, e-commerce and urban deliveries online.
"Shipa.com makes life easier through technology, whether you are a small business running your supply chain with a few clicks, or a consumer getting your shopping delivered with a few taps on your phone," chairwoman Henadi Al-Saleh said. "Shipa.com makes logistics convenient, jargon-free, trackable, accountable and accessible."
Shipa.com's service lines are: Shipa Ecommerce which gives online merchants access to some of the world's fastest growing and most complex e-commerce markets. Shipa Ecommerce offers integrated freight, fulfilment, delivery and returns solutions across the Arabian Gulf with additional reach into the European Union and Africa planned for the near future, AJOT reported.
Customers are cross-border retailers based in the US, EU and Asia, as well as regional merchants based in the Middle East. Shipa Ecommerce solutions are underpinned by easy-to-use digital integration: APIs and web interfaces such as checkout integration with customer portals, websites and apps.
Shipa Delivery offers businesses and consumers on-demand same-day, next-day or cross-border delivery across the Arabian Gulf. Intuitive and easy-to-use, the platform is accessible by mobile or directly integrated with its business customers' systems, and provides solutions to optimise for speed, convenience and affordability.
Shipa Freight allows small businesses to get instant and transparent freight quotes, and to book, pay and track ocean and air shipments around the world via tablet or smart phone. It is a fully integrated online freight service that is available in 100+ countries.
"Small businesses often lack access to the logistics resources, tools and solutions that larger businesses have," Ms Al-Saleh said. "No wonder then, that we interviewed 800 small and medium-sized businesses around the world, we found that 78 per cent wanted to see their logistics move online."



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