Encouraging MSMEs, Gojek Expands GoSend Services to Central Java
To encourage the development of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), Gojek has expanded the reach of GoSend's logistics services to Central Java. This commitment is manifested in the GoSend Intercity Delivery program.
Head of Logistics Gojek Group, Junaidi, said that GoSend's latest innovation is an effort and technology in the Gojek ecosystem to help MSMEs to more easily implement digitization in their business operations.
"We see that logistics is very difficult for MSME players. First, it is difficult for MSMEs to access logistics services. Second, the service area is limited. Third, delivery delays and high costs," said Junaidi through an official statement. This latest GoSend innovation, Junaidi continued, is to eradicate the four logistical scourges faced by MSMEs. "MSME players can get the Gojek ecosystem solution that is most appropriate to their business. We provide complete solutions for MSMEs as quickly as possible so they can go digital, " he continued.
After previously running services in Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi (Jadetabek) and Bandung, GoSend, in collaboration with Paxel, a same-day delivery service logistics startup, expanded service coverage to Central Java. With this expansion, GoSend Intercity Delivery is now also present in Yogyakarta, Solo and Semarang. "Innovation continues to occur in this era of adaptation to new habits. Not just what has been realized, his party wants to open more opportunities for MSMEs in Indonesia to be able to do business more easily," said Paxel's COO and Co-Founder, Zaldy Ilham Masita, said.
The benefits of the GoSend Intercity Delivery service are not only felt by individual Gojek users, but also MSME players and the social seller community who continue to strive to boost productivity.
At the same time efforts were made to minimize logistical challenges when sending goods to consumers.
Since its launch in April 2020, the GoSend Intercity Delivery service for the Jadetabek and Bandung areas has increased by three times.