May 25, 2024

Yango Delivery launches C2C Delivery Services in Dubai

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Yango Delivery, a global last-mile delivery platform provider, recently announced the launch of its new rapid consumer-to-consumer delivery feature that will allow Dubai residents to send and receive goods within the Emirate within just 60 minutes.

Industry sources added that Yango Delivery targets that, with the new offer, riders will arrive within 15 minutes of a customer request being submitted. These riders will accept any item that has a package size of 40x40x40cm and a maximum weight of 15kg. Pricing presently starts at AED15, and the company intends to run special promotions for consumers that sign up for the service. Moreover, Yango Delivery has designed the service with a fixed and transparent pricing structure so that customers can be assured of the cost before placing their orders.

Agam Garg, General Manager, Yango Delivery UAE

“Our post-lockdown culture is defined by a greater reliance on to-your-door service,” stated Agam Garg, General Manager, Yango Delivery UAE. “Yango Delivery has built its reputation on the professionalism of our staff, and the cutting-edge technology we use to ensure customers’ pick-ups and drop-offs are managed on time, every time. Today, we take another leap forward in our flexible range of services with this new delivery service, which is designed for the busy consumer, the gift-giver, or individuals who have a sudden and urgent need to have items delivered rapidly. If you need to get something to somewhere fast, without leaving your home or office, then our new delivery option is the perfect choice for you.”

Industry sources further added that the latest delivery feature allows one pick-up per order, but multiple packages with multiple drop-offs can be fulfilled. While packages are in transit, the Yango app offers real-time, high-precision map tracking of riders to both sender and recipient. Garg stated that later in the year, the delivery offer will include a photo-card feature, which will allow the sender to show the recipient what the parcel looks like, as well as the ability for senders to include digital postcards for recipients.

Yango Delivery’s corporate clients will be able to manage deliveries either via the app, or through the dedicated web account, depending on the number of orders. Later in the year, these corporate customers will be able to brand the rider icon with their own logo on the real-time tracking feature.

Yango Delivery operates in more than 20 countries across Europe, Central Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The company’s USP is its advanced platform that lets the demand and supply for city delivery meet in the fastest and most effective way. It leverages a host of innovative technologies such as a system of united interfaces for all the parties involved, proprietary maps, traffic data processing, routing, and batching algorithms for optimized customer service and fleet utilization.

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