New Motorbike Delivery App in Iran
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New Motorbike Delivery App in Iran

A knowledge-based firm called ‘Ideh Vision Ertebatat’ has introduced a new app called Hamloo for the busy motorcycle delivery market. Android and iOS versions of the application have been released and are available for download on Apple App Store, Google Play and local Android Market Café Bazaar, reported Financial Tribune’s sister publication Donya-e-Eqtesad. Like other delivery applications, the app locates the closest driver in the vicinity of the customer thus reducing waiting time significantly. The application’s developers claim that the service charges customers up to 30% less compared to its rivals. Like other delivery apps, Hamloo also offers service with insurance for postal packages and customers can track their shipments via the app or through the company website. The most popular delivery app currently available in Iran is Alopeyk which was launched in 2016.


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