August 11: Upaya City Cargo recently launched their new smartphone application amid a special event.
The company expressed its belief that the app, which it claimed to be “one of the pioneers of digital logistic service in the Nepalese industry,” will help make online delivery easier.
The company said in a statement that they had adopted precautionary measures of physical distance, mask and sanitization during the launch.
The company’s chairman Suman Rayamajhi shed light on the mission, vision and core values of the company.
Chief Operating Officer of Upaya City Cargo, Amigo Khadka, shared the company’s plans to expand its services outside Kathmandu valley to 10 major cities within a timeframe of one year.
Considering the various issues associated with the lack of proper supply-chain logistics in Nepal, Khadka expressed that City Cargo aims to make several contributions towards transforming Nepal’s economy for the better by becoming a reliable logistics partner for all e-commerce and agribusinesses.
The company’s Product and Development Head Karan Basnet shared that “Auto connection through Platform” and “Tracking and Automated VAT Bills” are some of the key features in City Cargo’s Client App that make the booking process easy for customers.
The app has provision for customers to hire vehicles on a trip-wise and daily hire basis. Furthermore, the drivers will be automatically notified regarding trips/bookings and they will be able to easily view their income details.
According to the company, Upaya City Cargo is an online marketplace for intra-city logistics that connects individuals and businesses with pickup driver partners and integrates technology to ensure quick and hassle-free delivery of bulk goods.
Upaya City Cargo said it has about 3500 clients and 500+ driver-partners.
Upaya Citycargo provides vehicles like TATA Pickups, TATA Ace, Bolero and Maruti Cargo Van for trip-wise and daily hire basis to its customers.