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Startup - March 2, 2021

Kwik Delivery Expands its Delivery services to 4-wheel Vehicles

Kwik Delivery said it has begun the process of expanding its app-based delivery service to 4-wheels delivery vehicles such as hatchbacks, pick-ups, SUV, vans and small trucks.

A statement that was made available by the logistics startup, which was seen by Business Elites Africa, quoted the company’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Romain Poirot-Lellig to have said the following:

Many of our customers have expressed the need to use our platform to deliver large items or merchandises that do not fit in a bike’s cargo box. By enlarging its platform to these new larger types of vehicles, the Kwik platform becomes the first full-stack last-mile delivery platform in Nigeria.


As you may well know, Kwik Delivery is a B2B delivery platform that specialises in the provision of reliable delivery services across Nigerian, by connecting riders and customers. The service currently covers Lagos and Abuja.

With the use of the Kwik Delivery app , customers can request a delivery vehicle track their shipment in real time and benefit from many additional vehicles. The 4-wheels vehicle can be booked for a same day delivery or for any future date and loaders can be requested as well. Kwik Delivery is vetting the vehicles and drivers and ensures consistent quality of service. It also provides goods in transit insurance.

Launched in 2019, Kwik Delivery is an on-demand, last-mile delivery platform that connects African businesses to independent delivery riders, dubbed Kwiksters. The Kwik platform is currently open to Kwiksters operating in Lagos State and Abuja. The Kwik Delivery app is available on iOS and Android. Kwik Delivery is the trading name of Africa Delivery Technologies SAS.

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