Shipper’s digital innovation to weave Indonesia’s logistics chain results in its inclusion in the list of the world’s most innovative companies, and it manages to rank first in Asia Pacific
Jakarta, March 9, 2022 – Shipper, a logistics technology company that provides integrated logistics solutions (e-commerce enabler), is included in the list of The World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2022 made by Fast Company. It even ranks first in the list of The Most Innovative Asia-Pacific Companies. As the world’s leading business publication media based in the United States, Fast Company releases a list of the world’s most innovative companies, which includes companies that make the greatest impact through their initiatives across different categories.
Cited from Fast Company’s website, Shipper is named as one of the world’s most innovative companies and ranked first in Asia Pacific due to its effort and commitment to presenting innovations to integrate the fragmented logistics infrastructure of Indonesia by assisting third-party logistics partners in managing orders and optimizing shipping routes.
“We are very proud and honored for the international trust and appreciation given to Shipper through this year’s award from Fast Company. This achievement has become one of the most important milestones for Shipper in its journey to grow, which further strengthens our commitment and passion to continue presenting various innovations to drive progress and transformation of logistics in Indonesia to embrace the growth of the national digital economy. This achievement is due in part to the support of various parties, especially the key role of Shipper’s team that continuously implements innovation culture in delivering services to customers and business partners, now and in the future,” said Phil Opamuratawongse, Co-Founder & CEO of Shipper.
As the fastest-growing technology company in Indonesia that provides integrated logistics solutions for a wide range of businesses with end-to-end services, Shipper has been operating since 2017 under the principle of facilitating MSMEs in running their business and leaving the complexity of managing the fulfillment and delivery systems to Shipper. To date, Shipper has managed over 300 warehouses with a total size of more than 500,000 m2 in 35 cities across Indonesia.
Shipper’s Innovation in Facing Logistics Challenges during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Based on Google’s reports, the gross merchandise value (GMV) of e-commerce in Indonesia increased by 52% from US$35 billion in 2020 to US$53 billion in 2021, making Indonesia’s e-commerce market one of the world’s fastest-growing sectors. Meanwhile, the logistics and transport sector has a market opportunity of US$81.3 billion, ready to be developed even more. Shipper sees this as a big potential for the logistics industry. However, efforts to weave the logistics chain of Indonesia, which is an archipelagic state, have been proven to be difficult, particularly in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
“In addition to being a challenge, the pandemic also presents opportunities for business actors to deliver innovation quickly and sustainably. Shipper is fully committed to supporting the government’s efforts to create a more efficient National Logistics Ecosystem to support the growth and development of local MSMEs’ business amid the pandemic, among other reasons, ” added Phil.
Given the shipping proliferation factor accelerated by Covid-19, Shipper continues to push for innovation and digital transformation of the logistics sector in Indonesia through various initiatives in the middle of challenges posed by the pandemic. To date, Shipper has helped more than 35,000 online sellers and hundreds of large-scale companies in various industries. It also has 40 leading logistics partners with 12,000 agency networks across Indonesia.
One of Shipper’s technological innovations is helping third-party logistics companies (3PL) manage orders, including optimizing their shipping routes and packing orders that will be delivered to the same destinations, as well as helping customers efficiently utilize warehouse facilities and ensuring seamless delivery of goods.
Such effort marks Shipper’s earnestness to continuously contribute to advancing the Indonesian community by developing a culture of innovation and encouraging all its employees to discover, explore, and create new innovations, as well as providing logistics services to facilitate the operational activities of all business actors, developing the capabilities of technology offered, and accelerating the digitalization of MSMEs and enterprise-scale businesses throughout Indonesia.
Moreover, Shipper continues to improve its core services in many sectors, such as first mile, last-mile delivery, cross-border, and reverse logistics. Shipper’s business strategy focuses on strong collaboration with other businesses, both in the domestic and international markets, to meet various needs of any sizes.
“We believe that good innovation comes from sharing ideas and collaboration. As a result, Shipper creates a platform where teams can work together to learn from each other and create constructive innovation. Shipper will also continue to grow with its users and partners by providing solutions that will help them develop,” Phil concluded.
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. Today, Shipper has managed over 300 warehouses with a total size of more than 500,000 m2 in 35 cities 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
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