Porter, India’s largest intra-urban logistics marketplace, has announced the launch of the country’s logistics marketplace in Chandigarh.
Chandigarh marked it as the 15th operating city, a strategically important location for Porter. The city is the capital of two states and the gateway to multiple markets, with a highly fragmented and disorganized logistics environment. With its advanced technology platform, Porter is designed to support thousands of small businesses that currently rely on unreliable service providers to deliver poor service satisfaction at high cost. The company also plans to support small car owners with irregular incomes with a minimum wage per ride.
To meet these challenges, Porter entered the market with the aim of making Chandigarh a logistically strong economy.
“We are a value-driven organization. We have been working hard to unlock the full potential of the country’s logistics infrastructure. With this expansion, we look forward to improving the lives of our driver-partners through better revenue generation and vehicle utilization. By bridging the With the current gap between supply and demand in cities, our focus is on improving customer satisfaction and maintaining the trust of our delivery partners in the long term. “We have plans to launch two-wheeler and electric vehicle facilities in the coming months,” said Porter COO Uttam Digga. Specific plans, as part of the expansion of our product portfolio.
Manish Gupta, Vice President, Porter said, “Increasing affordability and reliability will be the foundation for Porter to build a better logistics space in Chandigarh. The trucks will operate in the city at competitive prices as low as Rs 300. This This expansion will ensure better revenue generation for over 10,000 delivery partners, increasing their revenue by over 30%.”
Porter brings logistics efficiency, reliability and convenience to drivers, as well as a fair chance to earn money. This will provide drivers with better revenue opportunities, a higher customer satisfaction index, and will also help build a greater trust quotient between packers and movers.
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