Guwahati: Ecom Express, a technology-enabled logistics solutions provider, launched its delivery partner program: Ecom Sanjeev Program (ESP) on September 15, 2021. The program aims to create part-time work opportunities where individuals can work in flexible timings to maximise their earnings by delivering eCommerce packages to customers.
The program, besides empowering the gig workforce, will help to scale the company’s delivery capabilities in assuring speed, reliable and effective logistics solutions to deliver online-ordered products safely at customers’ doorstep. In Assam, Ecom Express is looking at engaging 1000+ gig workforce as independent delivery partners to handle the upcoming e-commerce festive season shipment load in key cities and districts.
Any individual, fresher or experienced, can take up this part-time job for additional income by applying online using the Ecom Sanjeev app available on the Google Playstore. They will have the flexibility to choose their preferred time slots and workdays.
The delivery partner can be a male or a female, must have passed 10th Standard and possess a valid driving license with a two, three or four-wheeler, and must have a smartphone. All personal documents for enrollment can be uploaded through the Ecom Sanjeev app and verification will be done at the nearest Ecom Express centre.
Announcing the launch, EVP and Chief Human Resource Officer of Ecom Express, Saurabh Deep Singla said that the pandemic has pushed more traditional workers towards the gig working culture. “As we launch the program across the country, it will add tremendous value in not only helping communities wade through the crisis and provide them with opportunities to earn but also enable the company to perform seamless end-to-end last-mile distribution,” he said.
“Assam is a key market for us and with increasing cases in the state, eCommerce has taken precedence to contain the virus spread. For every delivery person on the street, more than 50 people are safe in their homes,” he added.
Since its initial run, the program has created opportunities for more than 15000 students, homemakers and individuals looking to maximise their income by delivering eCommerce packages during their spare time.
Interested delivery partners can sign up, choose their own schedule, and deliver packages using the Ecom Sanjeev app. For more information, click here.
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