Ecom Express to hire 50,000 delivery partners by Sept 2022

The Company’s ‘Ecom Sanjeev’ initiative has created opportunities for students, homemakers, freelancers and part-timers as delivery partners

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Ecom Express, the Indian technology-driven integrated logistics solutions providers to the e-commerce industry, is gearing to onboard at least 50,000 delivery partners by the end of September 2022, under its ‘Ecom Sanjeev’ programme.

Since the launch of the programme in 2021, Ecom Express has created employment for students, homemakers, freelancers, part-timers and those looking to supplement and maximise their income, by working as delivery partners for the Company.

Ashish Sikka, chief strategy officer, Ecom Express, said, ‘In times when the number of parcels is continuously increasing, owing to industry growth, we have clearly seen the advantage of having gig-workers to help strengthen our delivery capabilities, especially to meet the anticipated surge in customer demand during the festive season”.

Anticipating a spike in e-commerce order deliveries during the festival season, Ecom Express seeks to further strengthen its last-mile capabilities.

Delivery partners who join the Ecom Express workforce will have the option to work in flexible timeslots. Both freshers and experienced professionals can take up this part-time job opportunity by applying online via the ‘Ecom Sanjeev’ app available on Google Playstore.

The applicants are required to possess a valid driving license and an android smartphone. All personal documents required to enrol can be uploaded via the app, which is then verified at the nearest Ecom Express delivery centre.

The company is willing to onboard interested individuals even if they do not possess a vehicle.

In addition to the app, interested candidates may apply by sending a ‘’Hi’’ on WhatsApp to 7290066666.

The Company expects to continue expanding its “delivery partner network and offer benefits along with earning opportunity through the Ecom Sanjeev programme.”

Recently the Company revealed that it has crossed the significant number of 55,000+ delivery partners on its ‘Ecom Sanjeev’ onboarding app.

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