Dhaka: Country’s smartest logistic firm PaperFly participated in E-Commerce Fair ended in the capital on Saturday.
E-Commerce Association of Bangladesh (E-Cab) organised the fair with a vow to raise awareness on electronic commerce as well as digital payment system in business.
Telecommunications Minister Mustafa Jabbar inaugurated the two-day exhibition of digital business at General Post Office (GPO) presmises in Dhaka on Friday.
PaperFly, along with other 80 related entities in digital business participated in the exposition of e-commerce services and payment solutions.
In the pace of technology, the footprints of digital businesses have been expanded across the country in last one decade. The smartest logistic service provider – PaperFly launched recently to fulfill the increasing market demand of logistic support to the digital business.
PaperFly Chief Marketing Officer Rahath Ahmed said Paperfly already build a solid capability and have the delivery coverage which includes all the 4454 unions in Bangladesh.
Alongside of product delivery, PaperFly provides warehousing, fulfilment and other logistic service, according to the official.
Country’s leading digital business platform Ajker Deal, RobiShop and DigiRed have already on boarded PaperFly recently and the number of service receivers as been increasing in span of times.