Several Peruvian startups launched apps for smartphones that will facilitate the delivery of merchandise and generate new routes for carriers.
One of them is Efletex, which connects suppliers and users of cargo transport. This app allows suppliers to offer their services according to the user’s requirements, such as the vehicle’s load capacity. “Users can track their cargo using GPS technology and the service can be requested 24 hours a day, including holidays”, informed El Peruano.
Trippy is an app allows parents to monitor the school transport in real time. In addition, it has a support center for the drivers of the unit in case they encounter any inconvenience on the route. Its goal is to serve 50,000 children daily in 2018 and it is currently available in Lima.
Another one of these apps is MicarGapp, that connects users with companies that need to send loads from one ton and up to any city in the country. It allows transporting all types of cargo, from furniture to dangerous liquids, such as fuels.
Finally, MuberZ is an application for small removals or for specific products, such as an appliance in Lima. The service can also include the packaging and unpacking of the items.