Mar 18: India Post, the largest delivery network in the world, has signed an MoU with Shiprocket to boost last-mile Ecommerce delivery services across the country.
India Post, India’s leading postal service provider, has announced a partnership with Shiprocket, a leading logistics aggregator company, to enhance its last-mile delivery services for various E-commerce products. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today between India Post, Shiprocket & Pickrr at Dak Bhawan in New Delhi., Director General, of Postal Services Shri Alok Sharma, senior officers of the Department of Posts, and representatives of Shiprocket and Pickrr were present during the event.
M/s Bigfoot Retail Solutions (Shiprocket) is an emerging logistics aggregator with three lakh sellers and 70 million consumers annually. This partnership between India Post and Shiprocket will provide shipping and last-mile delivery services to Shiprocket’s three lakhs strong seller base, including startups and many small and medium businesses. The MoU marks a significant milestone for taking e-commerce to the last mile and is expected to benefit millions of customers all over the country.
Speaking on the occasion Director General, of Postal Services Shri Alok Sharma said that today is a momentous occasion and this partnership will fulfil the aspirations of rural youth to be benefitted from the e-commerce revolution in the country.
Saahil Goel, Co-founder & CEO, of Shiprocket, said, the India Post network will provide last-mile connectivity to the e-commerce market player and facilitate the penetration of E-commerce services beyond large cities and towns. It would enable automated shipping and faster delivery for merchants, resulting in cost-effectiveness and business growth.
To facilitate this partnership and to provide better services to customers, India Post has ensured IT integration with the IT systems of Shiprocket. This integration has been done through various APIs for Tariff, Booking, Label Generation, Pickup and Track & Trace.Disclaimer: We donot claim that the images used as part of the news published are always owned by us. From time to time, we use images sourced as part of news or any related images or representations. Kindly take a look at our image usage policy on how we select the image that are used as part of the news.