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Nimbuspost Partners With India Post To Boost Order Fulfilment

The shipping aggregator can leverage India Post's network of 156,434 post offices nationwide to provide shipping services to over 80,000 online sellers

Nimbuspost Partners With India Post To Boost Order Fulfilment
Vickey Kumar, director of Postal Services (Mails & BD), Manu Dev, ASP, and Yash Jain, founder and CEO of NimbusPost, and others MoU signing
POSTED ON May 19, 2023 11:16 AM

NimbusPost has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with India Post to provide a seamless shipping experience for ecommerce sellers and buyers. The collaboration will enable the tech-enabled shipping aggregator to leverage the latter’s network of 156,434 post offices nationwide to provide affordable shipping services to over 80,000 sellers.

NimbusPost will integrate its platform with India Post's APIs to provide end-to-end shipping solutions, including pick-up, packaging, and delivery services. Ecommerce sellers can also track their shipments in real-time and receive notifications at every stage of the shipping process.

Yash Jain, founder and CEO of NimbusPost, said, "With this partnership, we aim to expand our countrywide reach by leveraging the most extensive and robust courier network of India Post. We look forward to adding more value to the Indian ecommerce and shipping industry through this promising collaboration.”

The India Post team added, "Our extensive network and infrastructure, combined with NimbusPost's technology and expertise, will enable us to provide customers with efficient and reliable shipping solutions."

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