Delivery company GHN has unveiled plans to invest millions of USD to install automated sorting systems at its warehouses in major cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
|An automatic sorting system of GHN (Photo: thoibaokinhdoanh.vn)
According to CEO Luong Duy Hoai, the system will increase productivity and reduce mistakes to ensure faster and more stable delivery times.
It is expected to help the company push its share in the e-commerce delivery market to 30 percent from the current 17 percent.
Established in 2012, GHN now has over 2,000 drop-off and pick-up points nationwide. It serves more than 300,000 delivery orders on a daily basis.
In 2015, the company introduced its super-speed delivery service AhaMove.
In 2019, it has teamed up with convenience store chain VinMart+ to collect goods for customers from 1,000 VinMart+ stores across the country.