Delivery firm Borzo aims to quadruple shipments in 2 years

April 06, 2023 12:00 am | Updated 05:42 am IST - MUMBAI

Rami Saab

Rami Saab

With hyperlocal deliveries gaining traction, Borzo (formerly WeFast), a global delivery service that enables intra-city deliveries for businesses, is aiming to grow the number of deliveries in India four-fold in two years.

The company is also likely to make substantial investment in India to grow its business as well as to support its global operations.

“We are already one of the top three players in the small and medium business (SMB) segment,” Eugene Panfilov, general manager, Borzo India said. “We are aiming to grow 4 to 5 times in [terms of] number of deliveries in the next 2 years,” he added.

“A courier, in the future, will be able to work for us on different types of orders across the city, more locally in their neighbourhood,” said Rami Saab, CEO, Borzo. “This is what we want to offer down the line.”

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