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GIM Digital Truck signs MoU with Royal Cement

| Updated: September 01, 2020 19:27:08

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GIM Digital Truck signs MoU with Royal Cement

 To avail the enterprise service of GIM Digital Truck, an online platform for hiring trucks, country’s prominent marketeer Royal Cement Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with eJogajog Limited.

The signing ceremony took place at Kabir Manjil on Sheikh Mujib Road in Agrabad of Chattogram. During the ceremony, Md Zahed Meah, regional manager of GIM Digital Truck-cum-eJogajog, and Mokhlesur Rahman, general manager (HR Admin) of Royal Cement Limited, were present on behalf of respective farms.

According to the MoU, GIM Digital Truck will render all services related to Royal Cement goods transport across whole Chattogram from its factory.

About the signing, Alamgir Alvi, managing director of eJogajog Limited, said, “We launched Goods in Motion (GIM) service to meet the demands for goods transport in Bangladesh. It is a great pleasure to have Royal Cement Limited with us. We hope, they will benefit from our service.” 

With the slogan “Technology in Logistics,” the GIM Digital Truck app has already received a huge response from users by ensuring international grade service and safe transportation. Currently, GIM has around 11,000 registered trucks with capacities of over 90,000 tonnes across the country. All types of trucks familiar on Bangladesh roads will be available through the GIM app. These vehicles with varied capacities are transporting goods across the whole country on a regular basis. The service providers/drivers and recipients remain assured of the goods as the company verifies both the parties. As soon as a customer creates his route in the GIM app, truck owners/drivers start bidding. Customers choose drivers depending on a favourable bid.

It is being expected that by working with the digital platform of hiring trucks, Royal Cement Limited will have a new experience in goods transport and be able to mitigate their demands for 3 to 5 tonne capacity covered trucks.


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