Lalamove launches ‘Deliver Care’ campaign to meet the delivery requirements of the Indian locals

New Delhi: Lalamove’; an on-demand logistics company today announced their Deliver Care campaign in order to collaborate with SME’s, NGO’s and other stakeholders to meet the needs and requirement of the local Indian population.

On the launch of the Deliver Care campaign; Mr. John Tang, Co-Founder & Director of Lalamove stated that “Lalamove is committed to supporting the communities that we work in. The global COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges that we’ve ever had to face, but we know that we are stronger when we work together. That’s why we have launched our ‘deliver care’ campaign to help facilitate the transportation and delivery of essential medical, food and sanitary items from donors, NGOs and businesses to communities that need them”

Lalamove made a significant contribution by arranging the vehicle from Bangalore to Mangalore for dispatching the raw material for making Masks. They are receiving thousands of delivery orders on a daily basis from cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi NCR, Pune, Chennai, and Hyderabad. The deliveries are conducted on Lalamove’s 2-wheeler and 4-wheeler vehicles.

In Bangalore itself, they serve around 72 clients that operate in the Food and Beverage industry and deliver their goods to the native people. On a daily basis they deliver around 300 packages from these clients. The key brands which they are serving currently are CakeZone, Bajo foods, Licious, Cake Shop.

Lalamove is also actively working with Milkbasket to meet the requirements of milk supplies within the cities that they are present and have received movement passes from the Government for the fulfilment of essentials within the cities.

In order to continue with their efforts to ensure that the essential goods are delivered during the lockdown safely, Lalamove has instructed all their Driver Partners to use Masks and Sanitizers during the delivery and off delivery time. To further incentivize the partners, they have been transferring a fixed amount to their wallets so that they can purchase the Masks and Sanitizers for them and their family members.