India Post signs MoU with CAIT and Tripta Technologies for logistics services

India Post signs MoU with CAIT and Tripta Technologies for logistics services

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Category : Business and economics Published on: May 11 2023

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  • India Post has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) and Tripta Technologies for logistics services.
  • The MoU will benefit small and medium traders as they will be able to use India Post as a logistics service provider across the country.
  • The partnership between India Post, CAIT and Tripta Technologies will provide shipping and the last mile delivery services to CAIT's strong trader base and small and medium business in the unorganised sector.
  • The pact facilitates the operationalisation of the 'Bharat EMart' portal, which will provide the facility of pick-up of consignments from the premises of traders and ensure delivery at the doorsteps of the consignees across the country.
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