Allcargo Logistics is turning to the e-commerce market in an attempt to cash in on the sector.
Editor’s Remarks: Coinciding with a report that over 200 million Indians will shop online by 2022, Allcargo – one of India’s largest logistics companies – is reinventing itself as an e-commerce player in a bid to challenge both Amazon and Flipkart. Both Amazon and local rival Flipkart have invested billions into broadening their products and services to capitalise upon the vast swathes of India that are now coming online. Allcargo will reshape itself into a business-to-customer enterprise by extending its logistical operations to the so-called “last mile” of e-commerce – actually delivering goods to the doorstep.
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