Delivery service company Ryde, which provides businesses with the technology, people, and vehicles to create integrated logistics solutions, has expanded to Manchester.
The firm added it offers a wide range of sustainable, cost-effective, and speedy delivery options to the city’s retail, grocery, and pharma sector companies. Its range of fleet options include bicycles, electric bikes, and cargo bikes for clients needing more space for larger deliveries or multi-drops.
Duncan Mitchell, CEO and co-founder at Ryde, said: “Highest quality of service and offering remains at the heart of what we do at Ryde. The platform’s expansion to new regions is a testament to our commitment to our customers and riders.
“The gig economy has been stigmatised due to the prevalence of short-term contracts and overall uncertainty in the field. But with Ryde coming into full play, we are promoting customer as well as rider interests.
“By expanding services to Manchester, we hope to continue the stellar work in helping businesses grow and transform themselves into something better.”
Last year, the company collected its seed funding, and a few months later, it began expanding to major cities across the UK. An increasing number of customers are now demanding faster and more flexible deliveries. Ryde said it has proven to be a catalyst of change in the delivery market. By developing technology such as the shift booking feature and Hourly+, Ryde has worked to help customers by reducing operations costs and improving overall productivity.Image credits: