based, employee mobility provider WhistleDrive has announced a strong foray
into a niche urban mobility market backed by 5000+ strong truck fleet and a
portfolio of 20 medium, large clientele. This foray expands WhistleDrive
services portfolio as technology-enabled employee transportation and end-to-end
logistics for corporates and enterprises.
the announcement Rakesh Munnanooru, Founder of WhistleDrive said “For
enterprises, the distribution of products has become a complex, competitive
logistics process. Especially with E-Commerce, there is an increased necessity
in the market for a reliable tech driven logistics partner to beat inconsistent,
unorganised fleets. We are in a unique position to fill this gap, as a full
stack logistics solutions company that provides platform driven fleet
WhistleTruck business is part of WhistleDrive's new growth strategy, tapping
into the rising e-commerce and delivery service businesses, this new move will
also help offset the severe pandemic impact in the employee transportation
the logistics market, supply elasticity is the key, any player with elastic
supply power will be able to scale, Just In the last 6 months, we have
onboarded more than 5000 trucks on our platform,” Rakesh stated.
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