Shipyaari joins ONDC network
Shipyaari joins ONDC network
WAREHOUSING & LOGISTICS

Shipyaari joins ONDC network

Shipyaari, a leading logistics and e-commerce solutions provider, has announced a collaboration with ONDC (Open Network for Digital Commerce), a pioneering initiative to foster an open and inclusive digital commerce ecosystem. By joining the ONDC network, Shipyaari aims to empower sellers, regional courier partners, and consumers with its hyperlocal and inter-city logistics services, furthering its mission to bring Bharat closer. The company simultaneously is looking at catering to approximately 25,000 new sellers with its services.

The integration will enable sellers to gain access to Shipyaari’s extensive coverage of 29,000+ Indian pin codes. Shipyaari firmly believes in ONDC's vision and is proud to be a part of it in creating a digitally empowered commerce ecosystem. As an active participant in the ONDC network, Shipyaari will extend its support to other e-commerce sellers and brands, helping them seamlessly integrate with the ONDC protocol.

T Koshy, MD and CEO at ONDC said, “We extend a warm welcome to Shipyaari and are eager to work together in driving the growth and democratisation of digital commerce in India. Shipyaari's expertise in inter-city logistics services further strengthens our commitment to providing efficient and reliable shipment delivery for sellers and consumers. We are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead with Shipyaari on board."

Nayan Ratandhayara, Co-Founder & CEO of Shipyaari expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, "We are excited to be a part of this incredible initiative by the government that enables small businesses across India reach larger audiences using digital services. This aligns perfectly with Shipyaari's ethos of bringing Bharat closer and democratising digital commerce in India. We are committed to providing exceptional logistics services to sellers and consumers, enabling seamless transactions and ensuring efficient delivery of shipments".

Vishal Totla, Co-Founder & COO of Shipyaari talking about how ONDC is a major leap for digital commerce in India in terms of creating an efficient, competitive, and consumer-centric marketplace, added, “ONDC brings together sellers, buyers, and enablers under standardised SOPs, leading to lower prices, wider selection, and better customer service. Open to all businesses, big and small, ONDC fosters inclusivity and equal opportunities in the digital economy. To help sellers win with ONDC, we have set up a dedicated 15 members cross-functional team initially that would be working in an integrated fashion to ensure customer success.”

Shipyaari, a leading logistics and e-commerce solutions provider, has announced a collaboration with ONDC (Open Network for Digital Commerce), a pioneering initiative to foster an open and inclusive digital commerce ecosystem. By joining the ONDC network, Shipyaari aims to empower sellers, regional courier partners, and consumers with its hyperlocal and inter-city logistics services, furthering its mission to bring Bharat closer. The company simultaneously is looking at catering to approximately 25,000 new sellers with its services. The integration will enable sellers to gain access to Shipyaari’s extensive coverage of 29,000+ Indian pin codes. Shipyaari firmly believes in ONDC's vision and is proud to be a part of it in creating a digitally empowered commerce ecosystem. As an active participant in the ONDC network, Shipyaari will extend its support to other e-commerce sellers and brands, helping them seamlessly integrate with the ONDC protocol. T Koshy, MD and CEO at ONDC said, “We extend a warm welcome to Shipyaari and are eager to work together in driving the growth and democratisation of digital commerce in India. Shipyaari's expertise in inter-city logistics services further strengthens our commitment to providing efficient and reliable shipment delivery for sellers and consumers. We are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead with Shipyaari on board. Nayan Ratandhayara, Co-Founder & CEO of Shipyaari expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, We are excited to be a part of this incredible initiative by the government that enables small businesses across India reach larger audiences using digital services. This aligns perfectly with Shipyaari's ethos of bringing Bharat closer and democratising digital commerce in India. We are committed to providing exceptional logistics services to sellers and consumers, enabling seamless transactions and ensuring efficient delivery of shipments. Vishal Totla, Co-Founder & COO of Shipyaari talking about how ONDC is a major leap for digital commerce in India in terms of creating an efficient, competitive, and consumer-centric marketplace, added, “ONDC brings together sellers, buyers, and enablers under standardised SOPs, leading to lower prices, wider selection, and better customer service. Open to all businesses, big and small, ONDC fosters inclusivity and equal opportunities in the digital economy. To help sellers win with ONDC, we have set up a dedicated 15 members cross-functional team initially that would be working in an integrated fashion to ensure customer success.”

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