“Negosyong Aarangkada, Ikaw and Bida!”

August 11th, 2017

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On August 09, 2017, Go Negosyo Radio hosts Sen. Bam Aquino & DJ Cheska Diego-Bobadilla were joined by Nathaniel Lee (GoMoto), Dennis Ng (Mober), and Go Negosyo Angelpreneur Paulo Tibig (VCargo Group) for an episode tackling the the logistics industry and the innovations and challenges present in it.

On-demand, in demand
Mober and GoMoto are tech startups hoping to change the game in logistics. VCargo’s Paulo Tibig, whose company addresses logitics in the country on a larger scale, says that these tech startups will be good for small businesses by helping them outsource services that are outside their core competencies.

Customers of Mober—the first ever Philippine tech startup that offers an on-demand platform for same day delivery service—have definitely felt the benefits of having Mober in their lives. Their client base includes SMEs, shoppers, and families hoping to move in to their new homes, looking for a cost-effective, safe and fast logistics service. Mober shares that the demand for their service is growing and that they even encountered customers with unique requests. “We pick up pets from the airport then we drop them off to a training center and then back again to the airport,” Dennis shared.

GoMoto similarly provides a fast on-demand service for many customers seeking movement of small packages. Enlisting a credible fleet of motorcycle riders and an easy-to-use iOS and Android app, GoMoto ensures delivery within 90 minutes of booking. Their courier fleets save many businesses the cost of hiring personal couriers, whilst allowing motorcyclists to maximize their assets.

 

In the photo (L-R): Paulo Tibig of VCargo, Dennis Ng of Mober and Nathaniel Lee of GoMoto.

In photo (L-R): Paulo Tibig of VCargo, Dennis Ng of Mober and Nathaniel Lee of GoMoto.

Shared economy

Mober and GoMoto aren’t only providing in demand service for their customers. They also hope to address current transport problems through a sharing economy model. Dennis said that Mober approached colorum UV Express owners and recruited them as part of their fleet. “We don’t accept people who say that they will buy vans then join us. We prefer owners who already have under-utilized vans.” With over 15,000 under-utilized vans in Metro Manila, Mober hopes to provide a win-win solution wherein van owners can maximize their vehicles and SMEs and other potential customers can minimize their costs.

GoMoto concurred with Mober’s principle of avoiding getting more vehicles on the road. The true objective is to maximize the vehicles that are already there so that many families can supplement their current income. “We target Facebook groups/motorcycle groups,” Nathaniel said about the couriers they enlist into GoMoto, “we give them livelihood or additional income through GoMoto.” Hoping to ensure the safety of cyclists and others on the road, GoMoto said that they are very strict with their riders in terms of adhering to road safety rules and regulations.

Easy-to-use

Fast feedback loops and a drive to always improve keep Mober and GoMoto at the top of their game. Hoping to provide better service to both their partners and clients, the two companies act fast and gather feedback from all parties concerned, regularly. For example, GoMoto shares that they’ve improved their riders facilities to ensure the safe delivery of all kinds of food. At the same time they ensure the safety of their riders by always knowing what’s in the package being delivered to ensure that their aren’t any contraband present.

Mober provides easy access to their services by allowing interested clients to take on their service through their website, mobile app and call center hotline. They offer GPS tracking so customers can track the movement of their goods and can avail of the VanPlus service wherein a helper can assist in unloading cargo for a more convenient drop-off.

GoMoto has also developed an easy and intuitive mobile interface that will allow anyone to book and track the delivery of their packages.

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How to Apply

To apply as a partner of Mober, get in touch with their partner hotline: 0939-1282222, e-mail partners@mober.ph or Facebook @moberph.

For those who want to apply for GoMoto, visit https://gomoto.com.ph/register/#/ for complete details of application process and requirements.