Gido has launched an express cross-border delivery service from China to Vietnam, promising three working day turnaround.
All parcels shipped by Gido are offered at the price US$1.95, including customs clearance.
Customers can submit information about the parcels and recipients via an Excel file or integrate their API with Gido system.
Parcels will be delivered from Gido’s hub in Shenzhen to end recipients in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City within three days, and a maximum of five days for other provinces.
As a branch of Vietnamese e-commerce delivery service GHN, Gido has a modern IT system connecting multiple delivery partners in different countries along cross-border routes on a single platform to increase handling capacity, reduce transit time, tracking transparently in order to scale things up with the lowest cost.
“We are inspired by asset-light business model of Cainiao, 4PX, Janio to connect multiple delivery partners along cross-border routes on one single platform,” said Hai Vo, Gido CEO.
“This enables us to combine partners’ operation capacity with our own infrastructure more than 1000 stations, 30,000 drivers nationwide to provide a comprehensive cross-border e-commerce delivery solution with minimal setup time and cost in comparison to other asset-heavy companies.”
Gido’s consolidation center boasts a capacity of more than 100,000 parcels per month.