September 22, 2022

Transportify

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  • Transportify is a mobile and web app that provides delivery services allowing its customers to book and manage pickups and deliveries in the Philippines.

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    Image grabbed from transportify.com.ph

    It has a 1,000-vehicle network of drivers within its service area for immediate and same-day home deliveries to the customers. Transportify has a variety of delivery vehicles including motorcycles, economy cars (sedans, hatchbacks, MPVs, and SUVs), L300 units, pickup trucks, and closed vans. The standard delivery fare is P 250 for 3 km and additional P20 per km. Transportify also provides extra services such as Additional Destinations, Special Help by Driver, and Extra Helpers.

     

     

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    Image grabbed from transportify.com.ph

    Customers can expect the delivery arrival within 75 minutes and they also have an option to pre-schedule the arrival up to two weeks in advance. Transpotify service areas include Central (Metro Manila), North (Meycauyan& Marilao), East (Cainta, Antipolo, Taytay, San Mateo & Angono), and South (Bacoor & San Pedro).

    Use Transpotify via web or download the app on Google Play and App Store.

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    Image grabbed from transportify.com.ph

    Transportify, originally known as Deliveree, is also available in other Southeast Asian countries: Thailand and Indonesia.

    For more information, visit transportify.com.ph. For inquiries, call Transportify Customer Service at 02-317-3800.

     

     

    Source: transportify.com.ph, Transportify Philippines

               
               
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