Kakao’s mobility services wing collaborates with Hanjin to roll out parcel supply support

[Courtesy of Kakao Mobility] SEOUL — Kakao Mobility, the mobility provider wing of South Korea’s

[Courtesy of Kakao Mobility]

SEOUL — Kakao Mobility, the mobility provider wing of South Korea’s web company organization Kakao, has partnered with Hanjin, a big domestic logistics services operator, to roll out a parcel shipping assistance via an all-in-one particular mobility provider app.

Kakao T, an integrated mobility service application operated by Kakao Mobility, provides products and services this sort of as taxi-hailing, vehicle parking reservations, plane ticket reservations, and lengthy-length bus ticket reservations. Kakao T is interlinked with the country’s most significant smartphone messenger application Kakao Talk with some 45 million month to month energetic customers. Kakao Converse is the digital hub of Kakao web products and services. Users can very easily entry tens of providers using the messenger app.

Kakao Mobility mentioned in a assertion on July 12 that the firm signed a memorandum of understanding with Hanjin to roll out a system-based mostly parcel delivery support. Buyers can order shipping companies and observe the spot of their parcel in serious-time working with the Kakao T app. About 4,000 won ($3.49) is charged for a bundle that weighs a lot less than 20 kilograms (44 lbs .).

The two firms would acquire infrastructure for autonomous parcel supply automobiles, an synthetic intelligence-primarily based parcel shipping administration method, and an indoor autonomous supply robotic option. “We hope that the partnership with Hanjin, the pioneer of South Korea’s personalised parcel shipping technique, will become an accelerator for a variety of mobility companies available by means of Kakao T,” Kakao Mobility CEO Ryu Gung-seon was quoted as saying.

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