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Villar group launch online delivery service app

The Villar group continues to move into the changing consumer landscape with the launch of its new Get All online delivery service app which offers on-demand delivery, vehicle rentals, shuttle, and shopper services to key cities inside and outside Metro Manila.

In a statement, the Villar group said Get All is the company’s solution to the high demand for transport services that arose because of the limited movement brought about by quarantine restrictions.

Get All aims to serve the market’s need for on-demand delivery, ranging from small items such as food and documents, to bigger items such as parcels and appliances.

The application is now available for download on Android Play Store and Apple App Store. Get All will be available in Metro Manila, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Cavite, Pampanga, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Bataan, Cebu and Cagayan de Oro.

The brand started with accepting bookings through mobile and Viber to facilitate an early launch during the onset of community quarantine. Now that more businesses can operate and the economy has been reopened, Get All is finally launching its app both for customers and partner riders.

Get All’s app launch came with a new name for the brand, previously known as Getmo. “Seeing as all the brands under the Villar Group will also be available on the next phases of its development, the new name is more apt for the app,” the Villar group said.

The feature that will be initially available on the app is parcel delivery, where customers can arrange delivery of items from small sizes such as documents, food, clothes, supplies to bigger and bulkier items like appliances and raw materials.

Customers will be able to book a vehicle by selecting parcel delivery icon, putting in the pick-up and delivery details, selecting the vehicle type needed based on the items to be delivered—motorcycle, MPV 300, MPV 600, or light truck.

As soon as a rider is matched to the order, customers will be able to monitor the status of the delivery through the app as well. 

Along with the launch of the customer app is the Rider app, where registered Get All riders accept delivery and track bookings, as well as connect with customers.

Once a rider is logged in as available, he can see deliveries booked and select which order he wants to accept. Once accepted, rider can start the delivery and update status from pick up to drop off.

Meanwhile, other services offered by Get All such as purchase service, Rider for a Day and shuttle service can be availed through their website, www.getall.com.ph.

The website shows all services offered by Get All, how to be a partner rider and merchant, and a messenger bot where customers can send inquiries directly.

Rider for a Day is a unique offer from Get All that allows for multiple drop-offs and multiple rides, with exclusive use of the designated rider for 8 hours, as long as total distance of deliveries is not more than 50 kilometers.

This service aims to maximize deliveries per trip, making it possible to serve multiple customers in a day without having to book a rider each time.

This service aims to support MSMEs with its affordable rate of only P1,000 for motorcycle vehicle. Rider for a Day is also available for sedan cars, van, and light truck vehicles.

Get All will still be accepting delivery bookings online via instant messaging and SMS. To reach Get All, customer must send a message to thru Messenger or Viber, include their name, preferred delivery time and date, pick up address, and drop-off point. For more information on Get All’s services, visit facebook.com/getallph or send a message to 09989890013 and 09565101948.


Source: Manila Bulletin (https://mb.com.ph/2020/11/07/villar-group-launch-online-delivery-service-app/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=villar-group-launch-online-delivery-service-app)

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