Shipper, a super enabler technology company that provides integrated digital logistics and smart warehouse solutions, is fully committed to supporting the government’s efforts to create a more efficient National Logistics Ecosystem by supporting local MSME businesses, including MSMEs in Bali, to continue to thrive in the midst of the post-pandemic economic recovery.
This was conveyed by Igor, Vice President of Retail Operation of Shipper, when introducing Shipper to SMEs of Bali in Denpasar on Friday (27/5) at Warung Mina Renon, Denpasar.
Shipper aims to ease MSME actors in running business and leaving the complexity of managing the fulfillment and delivery systems to Shipper. “We offer several core services in various fields, end-to-end logistics, and warehousing consisting of first mile (moving goods from production site to warehouses or offering courier service), warehouse and fulfillment (receiving, storing, sorting, and shipping goods including inbound and outbound to distribution locations), last mile delivery and export (offering third party logistics/3PL service which delivers packages to destinations either between cities, within cities, and internationally), and reverse logistics (returning products from customers to sellers or suppliers),” said Igor, in an event discussing Indonesia’s economic recovery.
Shipper continues to encourage innovation and digital transformation of the logistics sector in Indonesia through various initiatives amidst the challenges of the pandemic. To this day, Shipper has assisted more than 35,000 online sellers and hundreds of large-scale companies in various industries, and has collaborated with 40 well-known logistics partners with 12,000 agent networks throughout Indonesia.
Shipper’s business strategy focuses on strong collaboration with other businesses in both domestic and international markets to meet the needs of different scales. Shipper’s arrival in Bali, one of the expansion cities in eastern Indonesia, is expected to revive economic activity on the so-called Pulau Seribu Pura (Thousand Pura Island) due to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic.
Shipper has been in Bali since March 2022. “In Bali, Shipper is equipped with a complete fleet and has served Denpasar, Kuta, to Gianyar,” said M. Fajar Suerman, Head of Retail Sales of Shipper.
Fajar Suerman emphasized, “As a start-up company engaged in digital logistics, we believe Shipper can grow together with the Balinese people. We are ready to provide solutions to help Balinese people grow rapidly”.
During the pandemic, Shipper has experienced an increase in the volume of online parcel shipment and has had many partnerships spread across several regions. Shipper has assisted customers in utilizing fulfillment facilities efficiently and ensuring a smooth flow of goods shipment. Made Mahatma, the owner of Craft Dewata, experiences the benefits of Shipper’s assistance for his business, especially in reducing costs and having better time management.
The funding received from investors is used by Shipper to continue to improve operational services and technology development in the logistics and fulfillment sector. This as well increase investor confidence in Shipper’s performance in accelerating the logistics sector in Indonesia. To increase the company’s growth, Shipper also continues to develop the human resources by recruiting passionate and talented talents as the frontline in supporting the digitalization of the logistics sector in Indonesia.
With this commitment, Shipper managed to be listed in The World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2022 with the version of Fast Company and won the first place in The Most Innovative Companies in Asia Pacific. This award is a result of Shipper’s hard work and support from various parties who entrust Shipper as a logistics start-up that will continue to grow in the future.
Shipper is one of the fastest growing technology companies in Indonesia that provides integrated logistics solutions for a wide range of business with end-to-end services. Since its establishment in 2017, Shipper has operated under the principle of facilitating MSMEs in running their business and leaving the complexity of managing the fulfillment and delivery systems to Shipper. Shipper digitally manages fulfillment centers, delivery partners, and retail points across Indonesia. To achieve our mission to support MSMEs, Shipper continues to support the government’s efforts in realizing a more efficient National Logistics Ecosystem.
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