inDrive.Couriers Expands Operations to Two New Cities in Nigeria to Mark 2nd Anniversary
Following the success of inDrive.Couriers, a service to help users order same-day and on-demand delivery, in Lagos, Nigeria, it is celebrating its two years anniversary with an expansion to two new cities in the country.
According to the company, the expansion is part of an effort to provide even greater coverage and reach more people. The two additional Nigerian cities are Abuja and Ibadan.
It also signifies the company’s growth and commitment to offering their unique peer-to-peer model of courier services to an even larger Nigerian audience.
The unique model allows customers and drivers to negotiate delivery costs, ensuring a fair price. It has been embraced for its cost-effective and streamlined solution in the face of rising fuel prices. With this expansion, inDrive brings this innovative approach to Abuja and Ibadan, further contributing to the logistics landscape in Nigeria.
inDrive.Couriers offers its services around the clock, focusing on fast collection of packages up to 20kg, with real-time tracking. The platform allows clients to review the courier’s rating and order completion history before selection, ensuring the highest level of transparency and trust.
With e-commerce flourishing across the continent, inDrive sees significant growth opportunities in this sector. The courier service’s expansion into Abuja and Ibadan comes at a time when Africa’s e-commerce market is forecast to witness unprecedented growth, making inDrive’s services crucial in facilitating trade and commerce. inDrive intends to work closely with small to medium-sized businesses; these in turn stand to benefit as these services enable a broader customer base and promote supply chain efficiency.
The recent launch of inDrive’s moto delivery service adds another layer to their commitment to their clients. The new service, aimed primarily at businesses, increases the speed and efficiency of deliveries, reaffirming inDrive’s pledge to continuously adapt and innovate to meet the needs of the evolving market. As the number of moto couriers has grown rapidly, the service has become even cheaper in comparison with ride-hailing.
“Celebrating two years of operation and expanding into Abuja and Ibadan are significant milestones for us. These achievements reflect the dedication and hard work of our team and the effectiveness of our unique peer-to-peer model. We are dedicated to nurturing the growth of e-commerce in Nigeria and beyond by continuously improving and expanding our courier services to meet the evolving market demands.” said Stanislav Troskin, Director of inDrive.Couriers.