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SHIPPOP, Thai E-logistics Startup Growth 600%, Expands Business To ASEAN And Prepares For Serving Big Players in Thailand’s E-commerce Market.

          SHIPPOP is a Thai startup providing one-stop E-logistics service connecting various logistic services in the industry offering new choices for social merchants. SHIPPOP is now boasting a tremendous 635% growth in the market, making a lump sum of revenues, and expanding to markets in to Singapore and Malaysia, after only one year of operation. It has set goal to become the number one in logistic services across ASEAN and further expand to the global market.
          Sutthikead Chantarachairoj, CEO of SHIPPOP, said that "SHIPPOP was established in 2015 and operated full service in 2016, with an aim to help merchants fix their logistical problems. SHIPPPOP is the first logistics startup in Thailand supported by Efrastructure company (Thailand) and E-Logis company (Japan). We are now offering a one-stop online platform serve as a shipping gateway with API (Application Programming Interface) combining all logistics services into one place. It helps our users to connect with E-marketplaces and websites in Thailand more than other logistics companies. Moreover, individual users can do business by themselves on our website. It will support sellers to become more competitive in E-commerce business besides launching marketing campaigns, promotions, and free delivery. In 2017, SHIPPOP delivered around 2 million items, accounting for 3.1% of the total value of the entire logistics industry. Our growth increased by 635% in 2017 with revenue of almost 70 million baht.
          Today we help our users to connect with large numbers of e-marketplaces and websites, as well as our overseas logistics partners. Users can save cost and time as they can do self-service through our website such as price comparison, booking delivery, issue shipping number of any logistics system and printing label. In addition, we also offer a drop-off service at post offices or a pick-up service at home. They can track the delivery status or make their payment on website at any time. For corporate clients, they can select to issue monthly invoice and choose a suitable logistics system with products to control logistic costs.
          SHIPPOP has become one of the leading startup companies in Thailand with the massive growth and tremendous revenue since the first years of operation. We have expanded our business to Singapore and Malaysia in the end of 2017. At present, our services are available in three countries. We won many awards from events such as Startup Thailand Award by Government Savings Bank and Techsauce Global Summit. In 2018, our goal is to become the best logistics service company in this region. We plan to increase our business to other ASEAN countries for serving global E-commerce investors entered in ASEAN and will expand business to global market in the near future."
          Pawoot Pongvitayapanu, Chairman of Thai e-Commerce Association, said that "the total value of E-commerce industry 2017 grows to 2,812,592.03 million baht, a year-on-year growth of 9.86% from 2016 to 2017. The average of parcel delivery is 2,000,000 items per day. We believe that Thailand E-commerce industry will continue to grow and very competitive as every platform try to become top players. Both small and large businesses have to adjust business strategy and expand to E-marketplaces. As a result, logistics industry will be in high demand. Sellers will look for delivery service at the lowest cost, fastest delivery and a trustworthy service provider in order to add value to their business. Buyers will get quality of products, fast and cheap price."
          SHIPPOP provides nationwide parcel delivery service and partners with Thailand Post, SCG Yamato Express, Ninja Van, Lalamove, Skootar, alphaFAST, Kerry Express, CJ Express, Sendit, and Nikos Logistics.For more information, please visit www.shippop.com or email to contact@shippop.com, or call 092-905-3355.
          "Think of Parcel Delivery. Think of SHIPPOP."