By James A. Loyola
Technology firm Mober is working on partnerships with local vendors, small and medium enterprises and other e-commerce platforms as part of plans to expand the service of the first and only Philippine demand delivery app.
The company said it is optimistic that its mobile and web app has the potential to change the logistic scenario in the Philippines. The app is focused on B2B (business to business like appliance stores, furniture stores, SMEs, ecommerce and even pet shuttles.
It started operations last December, 2015 and has been steadily expanding its services in the local market.
Mober said that, with their app, Filipinos no longer have to wait long to enjoy their purchased items. Mober’s same day delivery service is affordable, reliable, and most of all offers safety and security for valuable items, big and small.
“With Mober, we don’t discriminate whether your cargo is big or small, we adjust to our clients’ cargo requirements. For bulky items, we have a wide selection of trucks and vans that can accommodate just about everything you need to move,” Mober founder and CEO Dennis Ng said.
Mober’s service also extends to SME’s and other businesses, fulfilling same day delivery requirements for precious goods that need to get to their end users intact and with its quality safe.
“We have closed vans and mini trucks for various bulky item requirements and we are steadily expanding our fleet of vehicles and partnerships to be able to service the SME sector with their cargo needs,” Ng said.
Ng said Mober has tapped a wider network of partner-drivers and has expanded its in house fleet to accommodate ever expanding demand for its services, seeing that this is a product that the market has been itching to have for some time.