Columbian startup Picap has launched two new services to better adapt its business model to COVID-19 and to offer some relief for the duration of the pandemic. The business is focusing on elevating the strain on the supply chain. This is a shift from Picap's passenger service which was impacted by the outbreak.
In Mexico, the brand launched two new parcel delivery services, called 'Pibox' and 'Picarga.' The former is focused on e-commerce deliveries and has already been tested in Columbia. The latter, however, is geared toward providing freight solutions. That is, it is "hauling cargo for larger companies."
Picap's already existing Pipe service, on the other hand, allows individual users to request delivery and since Picap's drivers are on motorcycles, consumers can get their request fulfilled in an efficient manner.
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