KUALA LUMPUR: Integrated logistics platform Golog, which is currently only operating in Peninsular Malaysia, plans to expand to Sabah, Sarawak and the overseas market by July this year.
Founder and chief executive officer Ivan Chin Wen Hau said the platform’s concept is similar to Uber but for logistics.
“Under our roof, we combine all licensed logistics players as well as private vehicle drivers that would want to work with us, be it part-time or full-time. With this, we can reduce the cost of transferring goods from seller to buyer,” he said in an interview with Bernama.
Those working under Golog range from people who ride motorcycles to those who drive big lorries, Chin said.
“From the time the platform was established in May 2017 till now, we have secured more than 50,000 registered users and 45,000 registered drivers,” he said.
Chin was one of the 90 selected entrepreneurs sent to attend Alibaba Netpreneur Training Programme held in China, a joint initiative by Alibaba Business School, Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation, and SME Corporation Malaysia.
Source from The Borneo Post