Shadowfax to expand services across 100+ Indian cities
New Delhi [India], June 26 (ANI): Shadowfax, a last mile logistics service provider, announced plans to set up its services across over 100 cities in India, up from its current presence in 80 cities.
The company currently provides last mile delivery services to its clients across categories like food and grocery in more than 40 cities and other E-commerce deliveries in more than 80 cities.
Shadowfax caters to a vast variety of businesses, large and small, with its multiple service offerings like less than 90 minute delivery, same day delivery, bulk delivery and so on. The company caters to major brands like Domino's, Big Basket, Amazon, Paytm, Flipkart, Myntra, McDonalds, 1MG and a host of regional and local businesses and retailers.
Commenting on the expansion plans said, "Shadowfax has always aimed to provide quality services to its clients, and the greater the number of clients we can serve, the better. We have already started catering to more than 2,000 clients and their positive response and the trust they have placed in us, motivates us to expand further, always pushing beyond our limits," said Abhishek Bansal, Co-Founder and CEO of Shadowfax.
The company aims to increase its delivery size from currently more than 90,000 unique orders per day to more than 10 lakh unique orders per day by 2021. On the delivery partner front, the company's objective is to connect more than a million micro-entrepreneurs through the Shadowfax platform in the next 10 years. (ANI)
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