Solo, February 24, 2021 – Shipper, a logistic technology company providing integrated logistics solutions to facilitate the delivery of goods by MSMEs (e-commerce enablers), invites MSMEs in the Greater Solo and creative economic actors in Indonesia to collaborate.
Such invitation was extended by Budi Handoko, Co-Founder and COO of Shipper in the Greater Solo Forum for Indonesia Maju which was held at the ballroom of Hotel Alila, Solo City (23/02/2022) with the theme of ‘Recover Stronger, Recover Together’. The event was attended by important figures such as the Head of Financial Services Authority (OJK) Wimboh Santoso, Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo, Mayor of Solo Gibran Rakabuming Raka, Regent of Karanganyar Juliyatmono, and Chairman of the Indonesian Fintech Association (IFSoc) Mirza Adityaswara.
“Collaboration is our passion. We combine our vast logistic network with our logistic partners in a win-win solution,” said Budi Handoko during the event, which discussed the post-Covid-19 economic recovery in Indonesia, particularly in the Greater Solo.
Similarly, the Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo, who attended the event virtually, also urged all parties from the business and education sectors to collaborate in promoting their regions. He also encouraged each region to develop its potential.
Shipper provides comprehensive end-to-end logistics & warehouse services consisting of first mile (transfer of goods from the production facility to a warehouse or courier), warehouse & fulfillment (receive, store, sort, and deliver goods, including inbound and outbound, to the distribution location), last mile delivery & export (third party logistics/3PL partners delivers packages to the destinations, either between cities, within a city, or internationally), and reverse logistics (the process of returning products from customers back to sellers or suppliers).
Budi Handoko also reiterated, “With collaboration, we believe Shipper can grow together with the people of the Greater Solo. We are ready to help by providing solutions so that the people of the Greater Solo can thrive”.
As a solution to help MSMEs reach the next level, Shipper also educates, mentors, and develops MSMEs through various routinely organized classes. The training and mentoring classes are held almost every week, covering a variety of materials, including social media utilization for marketing, how to grow business and products, market expansion tips, how to increase profit, and how to seize markets.
Currently, there are around 30,000 industries and 250,000 MSMEs in the Greater Solo that have started to expand. Digitalization is believed to be able to boost the growth of MSMEs. In Solo, Shipper has several warehouses, one of which is located at Komplek Ruko No.5, Jl. Ir. Sutami, Pucangsawit, Jebres Sub-district, Surakarta City, Central Java, 57125.
Shipper is one of the fastest-growing technology companies in Indonesia that provides integrated logistics solutions for a wide range of businesses 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. For more information on Shipper’s services, please visit www.shipper.id