Paytm Mall to onboard around 10,000 sellers for faster deliveries
E-commerce firm Paytm Mall is looking to strengthen its merchant network by onboarding around 10,000 grocery and small shops in over 100 cities to expedite its local deliveries.
Paytm Mall, run by digital payments business Paytm, is currently only accepting orders on ‘essential’ items such as food and personal care products.
The company is currently servicing more than 100 cities across the country and plans to scale it to more cities within the next few weeks, due to the surge in demand amid the ongoing lockdown.
"Our objective is to connect neighbourhood offline stores to interested customers far and wide through our e-commerce platform. During this time of crisis, we want to ensure that our merchant partners do not lose out on business. Our tie-ups with small businesses would ensure that service our customers faster and hyper-locally," Srinivas Mothey, senior vice-president Paytm Mall, said in a statement.
Paytm Mall is also working closely with government officials and logistics partners like Gati, Ecom Express, Delhivery, Bluedart and FedEx to ensure quick delivery of essential products from its platform.
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