Leading ride-hailing app in China, Didi Chuxing with roughly 70 million monthly active users, has taken a leap into the world of express delivery, expanding its services beyond transporting people.
The ride-hailing company has launched an on-demand delivery service in a whopping 200 cities across China including Chengdu, Hangzhou, and Beijing. Already in the large freight market, this particular venture will allow Chinese users to swiftly and affordably send their small packages -from essential items like food and medicines to important documents, within these cities, catering to those urgent delivery needs.
To bring this ambitious project to life, Didi has joined forces with three local logistics partners including Dada Express, Flash Delivery, and UU Errands, creating a formidable team ready to tackle the fast-paced world of express delivery.
But Didi isn't stopping there – it plans to expand its service to over 300 cities by June, bringing its lightning-fast delivery options to more people. And to sweeten the deal, it launched a tempting 15% discount campaign, enticing new customers to give its service a try.
With a user base of roughly 70 million monthly active users in its ride-hailing segment, Didi's venture into the delivery market promises a successful campaign for the company.