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Lalamove Launched in Bangladesh

Lalamove Launched in Bangladesh
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Lalamove is the Asia-based delivery and courier service provider, has recently established operations in Bangladesh. As per the company, this marks their 11th market in their industry across Asia and Latin America. Lalamove partners with driver-partners in Bangladesh to present four delivery options, which are, motorcycles, cars, 1-ton trucks, and CNGs. Among all these, motorcycles, cars, and trucks are already in service, while CNGs will be available soon. The article is about Lalamove Launched in Bangladesh.

Lalamove desires to provide efficiency in delivery systems in Bangladesh and, by connecting driver partners to delivery needs, hopes to deliver more flexible earning chances for the local driver community. Lalamove is officially inaugurated in Hong Kong in 2013. It has now 10 million users and 1.8 million driver partners in more than 30 cities in Asia and Latin America. The company has noted that due to its tech-powered quick-matching system, it can contribute to the logistics ecosystem in Bangladesh by donating to individuals, SMEs, and big businesses with fast and affordable delivery solutions.

According to Paul Loo, Chief Operating Officer at Lalamove, the platform has witnessed a 160% increase in total users and doubled the number of cities of operation in the past two years. Mr. Loo said, “We see promising growth potential and opportunities from Bangladesh.” He added, “The country’s impressive economic growth is creating abundant opportunities for local small businesses which are the backbone of the economy.”

However, the Lalamove app can be downloaded in the Google Play Store and the Huawei App Gallery in Bangladesh. In addition, users can place orders for deliveries on the platform starting from Tk. 47 for deliveries via motorcycle and Tk. 55 for CNG across Dhaka City, Narayanganj and Tongi. 

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