Pidge grows hybrid delivery partner network by 200% in two months

Gurugram: Pidge, a leading logistics technology company, has announced expansion of its hybrid and interoperable delivery partner network, named Pidge Powered Network, with 200% growth in just two months – a significant milestone in its journey.

Since December 2023, Pidge has onboarded over 125 delivery partners, almost tripling its network size in the first six weeks of this year. This expansion has allowed Pidge to both enhance its last-mile delivery capabilities and extend its reach to more businesses and consumers, now serving over 1300 pin codes nationwide.

Pidge’s hybrid platform comprises large-scale national delivery companies, local courier companies, as well as businesses that manage their own riders. These delivery companies and businesses with their own riders, especially those lacking any kind of logistics digitisation, can now participate as digital equals with the help of Pidge’s accessible, mobile-first technology. Pidge’s AI-powered Smart Allocation allows businesses to define their needs and access best-fit delivery options to seamlessly deliver through 1PL (first-party logistics), 2PL (second-party logistics), or 3PL (third-party logistics) networks.

“Over 87% of third-party logistics services across India are unorganised and digitally deprived, and we are committed to bringing digital inclusiveness and parity. We are also committed to accelerating the adoption of ONDC by bringing more delivery options on-network,” said Ratnesh Verma, founder and CEO of Pidge, in a statement.
The company says its SaaS platform simplified last mile experience, enabling organisations to turn delivery into a competitive advantage by leveraging easy and accessible technology to manage fleets to tap into India’s largest hybrid networks of 100+ delivery partners, including 3PLs, local delivery vendors or gig riders.


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