Jul 29, 2020 | AS Team
The dominant E-commerce firm Flipkart has reported the launch of its hyperlocal service 'Flipkart Quick' which vows to deliver items from neighborhood Flipkart centers in only 90 minutes, as reported by the Economic Times.
Expanding on its technology capacities and supply chain framework, Flipkart's hyperlocal delivery model aims to facilitate customers with a handpicked collection of over 2,000 items in sections differing from staple goods, dairy and meat items, mobiles, gadgets accessories, stationery products, and home accessories in the primary stage.
Shoppers can opt to arrange their order in the following 90 minutes or book a 2-hour opening as per their benefit. The consumers can put orders at any point of time in the day, and get their requests conveyed between 6 AM to 12 PM, although they will be required to pay a base delivery fee of Rs 29.
Flipkart Quick will make a big appearance in select areas of Bengaluru, including Whitefield, Panathur, HSR Layout, BTM Layout, Banashankari, KR Puram as well as Indiranagar. In the following months, the service will be extended to various other cities.
In a statement, the Vice-President of Flipkart, Sandeep Karwa claimed that through Flipkart Quick they hope to unite the entire system of neighborhood Kirana stores onto their platform easily.
He also added that hyperlocal capacities are an incredible model for India as families are as of now used to their neighborhood Kirana stores. Flipkart Quick will receive a scope and longitude approach that won't just restrict down the area to be exact but will also bring about more precise delivery time. Shifting from the conventional model of utilizing a pin-code framework to recognize the delivery area, which can range over a large territory, Flipkart Quick will more utilize creative and cutting edge approaches for area planning.