uParcel launches in Malaysia in its First International Expansion

uParcel has established its first international expansion in Malaysia. Delivery service will be available for booking in Klang valley and Johor Bahru first. This major move will allow uParcel to capitalize on Malaysia's growing demand for reliable city logistics.

Singapore, Singapore - August 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

- uParcel establishes uParcel Sdn Bhd in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for its first international expansion.
- Delivery booking would be available in greater Kuala Lumpur (Klang Valley) and Johor Bahru first.
- Opportunity for uParcel to rapidly expand and capitalise on Malaysia’s growing digital economy and demand for reliable city logistics.

SINGAPORE - uParcel today announced its first ever international expansion by establishing in Malaysia. This milestone is a major move for uParcel on its mission to change the way goods move through cities and create opportunities for people.

uParcel Malaysia will offer its on-demand same day and express delivery services with dynamic assignment to the most suited delivery partner based on location, distance, vehicle type and other factors. This will ensure the best utilization of resources at the lowest cost to businesses and individual merchants.

“This is a significant juncture for uParcel as our first expansion outside of Singapore. We plan to expand the strength of our platform around the region. With a proven ability to develop innovative local solutions, uParcel seeks to bring the same capabilities to the region starting with Singapore’s closest neighbour and friend, Malaysia. Working closely with our Malaysian team, I’m confident we will deliver exceptional outcomes for businesses, delivery partners and cities, in the fast moving South-East Asia” said uParcel Chief Operations Officer, William Ng.

Malaysia is already seeing economic and social benefits of the rising digital economy. uParcel hopes to play a role in supporting the demand for logistics connectivity in cities. This expansion would be the first step in bringing an innovative technology driven delivery platform to the region and better the lives of residents and businesses in cities.

Learn more about uParcel Malaysia.

About uParcel

uParcel’s mission is to create opportunity through connectivity. We started in 2015 by connecting first mile collection to last mile delivery directly. Therefore removing the need for centralized warehousing and sorting; resulting in better efficiency, faster deliveries and a greener Earth. With more than 10,000 merchants on board this journey, we are changing how things move through cities with better resource utilization and creating new possibilities along the way.

For more information, please contact
William Ng
uParcel Singapore
+65 6589 8763
william@uparcel.sg

Contact Info:
Name: William Ng
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Organization: uParcel
Address: 10 Kaki Bukit Ave 4, #05-70 Singapore 415874
Phone: 96871808
Website: https://www.uparcel.sg/

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