Wish, a US mobile shopping platform, has signed a cooperation agreement with the South African General Post Office (SAPO) to enhance its logistics capabilities in the South African market and provide better logistics services and consumption experiences for consumers.
According to the platform, the partnership with SAPO will significantly improve Wish's logistics time-to-delivery in the South African market, reducing delivery times by more than 50% on average. At the same time, Wish will be able to provide end-to-end logistics information, provide tracking, delivery confirmation services; Can be a number of goods bundled delivery operation; Can provide buyers to receive SMS, the actual arrival of goods notice and other services.
The President of Wish stated that the company attaches great importance to the South African market, and the cooperation with SAPO is also to make use of its strong logistics capabilities to enable Wish to provide faster delivery services and further enhance the shopping experience and satisfaction of consumers.
It is worth mentioning that SAPO has optimized and improved the logistics tracking system several times to provide comprehensive real-time tracking information of items from shipment to delivery. The company now has more than 1,000 delivery vehicles, covering all of South Africa.
In addition, Wish also announced recently that the "A+ Logistics Plan" in South Africa will be officially launched and open to all Chinese sellers who have opened the South Africa Route starting from 2:00 a.m. on April 21, 2021 Beijing time. All eligible orders included in the program will be able to enjoy the benefits of the "A+ Logistics Program" in terms of logistics and transportation and will be subject to the terms of service of the Wish Merchant Platform and all the "A+ Logistics Program" merchant policies.