The number of Ninja Xpress shipments during semester 1/2021 increased by more than 80%.
Jakarta, TechnoBusiness ID (English Edition) ● Ninja Xpress, a leading last-mile logistics service provider in Indonesia, reported that in semester 1/2021 the company recorded a good performance.
During the first six months of this year, Ninja Xpress shipments rose 80% compared to the same period last year with the number of shipments of more than 110 million packages.
Of the 17,499 islands in Indonesia, the largest number of Ninja Xpress shipments were to Jakarta (26%), West Java (22%), Central Java (6%), and the rest spread to various other regions.
According to Ninja Xpress Chief Marketing Officer Andi Djoewarsa, these cities also contributed the most Ninja Xpress delivery areas with percentages of 44%, 35%, and 13%, respectively.
However, the origin of the most Ninja Xpress delivery areas in semester 1/2021 has shifted somewhat from a year ago. Because, the origin of Ninja Xpress shipments a year ago was Jakarta (26%), West Java 20%, and East Java 6%.
Andi stated that despite having recorded good performance marked by a significant increase in package delivery, Ninja Xpress continues to strive to strengthen and maximize its various services.
“Our strategy in semester 2/2021 is of course we are responsible for maximizing and evaluating services in order to face increased delivery in the future,” said Andi.
Currently, based on company data submitted on Wednesday (19/8), the Ninja Xpress delivery service recorded a success rate of more than 98%.
Ninja Xpress is part of Ninja Van, a Southeast Asian logistics company founded by Lae Chang Wen, Shaun Chong, and Tan Boxian in Singapore in 2014.
Since its founding, Ninja Van has raised several times for funding totaling US$396.5 million. The latest Series D funding round was recorded in April 2020 of US$279 million from eight investors led by Geopost and the Zamrud Sovereign Wealth Fund.●
—Purjono Agus Suhendro, TechnoBusiness ID ● Photo: Ninja Xpress