May 12, 2021

garrud: 2 Delhi engineers launch Industrial Car Aggregator App “GARRUD” to faucet USD 215 bn logistics market

Two Delhi based mostly engineers
Rohit Kumar and
Uttam Yadav just lately launched
GARRUD, an aggregator app for business automobiles which permits clients to straight get in contact with transporters for his or her logistic wants; in flip servicing each ends of the spectrum, the truck drivers who’re in want of enterprise, and the small enterprise house owners who want to move materials.


Co-founders of – Uttam Yadav and Rohit Kumar

Truck drivers usually go to designated areas or nakas and look forward to enterprise house owners needing to move supplies to rent them. However through the pandemic numerous companies themselves have been badly hit, in flip rendering the truck drivers jobless. For some companies that did thrive, it was tough to seek out transport. Figuring out the necessity to bridge this hole, and passionately believing within the ‘
Vocal for Native’ mantra, Rohit and Uttam quickly gave up their company jobs and bought all the way down to creating

The app in its first section was launched for intracity motion in Delhi NCR. Developed within the lockdown interval, it makes an attempt to handle the woos confronted by the transporters in addition to the small enterprise homes, by bringing the extremely unorganized transport sector in India beneath the D
igital India umbrella.

From bikes to 22-ft trailers who sign-up,
GARRUD goals to make all single motor maliks (drivers who owned in addition to drove their very own automobiles)
atmanirbhar. By way of a single interface, the app permits anybody who owns or operates business automobiles to hitch the platform; and people and companies who’re in want of transport providers to rent them via it. Inside a fortnight of being launched, the app already has
5000+ downloads from each ends of the spectrum.


After the Indian Authorities determined to ban Chinese language origin apps, using the anti-China sentiment, this 100% Indian firm got down to make truck drivers ‘
atmanirbhar’. Backed by a powerful workforce of round 25 folks from a transport background,
GARRUD has already
onboarded over 2500 truck drivers by convincing them to be part of
Digital India.

Their portfolio now consists of
200+ Bikes, 850+ Tata Ace automobiles, 250+ Pickups, 500+ 3-wheelers, 150+ Eco Vans, 50+ 14 ft trailers and remains to be counting.

With a single click on of this subsequent technology logistics
GARRUD app, the entire above choices can be found to anybody wanting to rent business automobiles for
a premier same-day, final mile supply. From bikes to tempos to 22-feet trailers, the app that has
over 50 AI options additionally permits customers
to trace rides they’ve employed in real-time. In its subsequent leg, this bootstrapped start-up has plans to bridge the hole between demand and provide, via media promotions and advertising initiatives to draw B2C (Retail), by concentrating on roughly 60 lakh households throughout Delhi and NCR.

Rohit Kumar says about their imaginative and prescient, “India is rising by leaps and bounds and we at
GARRUD wish to be protagonists on this transition to sustainable, quick, financial development of our nation by supporting the federal government in ease of doing enterprise.” He additionally ardently feels for the reason for the truck drivers and provides, “A single truck driver is helpless, however when the enroll on a digital platform like ours, they aren’t alone, and a pressure of 10,000 can be positively one to reckon with.”

Uttam provides, “At
GARRUD we manifold the productiveness in logistics with collaboration of accessible sources, huge market-place and exponential rising expertise by creating a sensible junction.”

At present operational solely within the Delhi NCR area, within the coming 12 months
GARRUD is predicted to unfold its wings pan-India. Solely every week previous, has already accomplished
over 1000 journeys inside the first fortnight of its launch.

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