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Viettel Post and Vietnam Post are eying the local logistics market worth nearly 62 billion USD.

Nearly 300 tons of food distributed to Covid-19-infected people

Postal businesses are supplying essential goods and supporting the consumption of agricultural products as well as implementing many charity activities.

Five postal companies provide 14,600 tons of essential goods to localities

Reports from five postal companies showed that 14,584 tons of essential goods were provided to localities throughout the country as of August 7, an increase of 11 percent over the day before.

Farmers get help to sell produce via e-commerce

Viettel Post is helping Hai Duong farmers sell produce on e-commerce sites and will expand that aid to other localities in the country.

Farmers in Hai Duong turn to e-commerce sites to sell produce

No longer having to discard vegetables, many farmers in Hai Duong province, Vietnam’s Covid-19 hotspot, can now sell their farm produce on e-commerce platforms.

Online stalls help ‘rescue’ farm produce in North

Hai Duong’s first farm produce, including cabbage and chicken eggs, are being sold on voso.vn, an e-commerce website, while an online stall distributing Hai Duong’s produce has been set up.

E-commerce platforms help “rescue” agricultural products

E-commerce platforms are effective tools that can help farmers reduce losses when there is an oversupply of produce and sales are slow.

MyGo lost in ride-hailing market?

MyGo, Viettel Post’s app, will likely decide to focus its fleet on delivery services and drop ride-hailing.

E-commerce: exorbitant losses for a single percent

Each e-commerce platform needs to spend millions of US dollars to gain a single per cent of market share from competitors, showing just how serious the competition is.

Delivery service CEOs resign after one week on the job

The CEOs of Ahamove and GoViet resigned from their posts within one week.

Fast delivery service heats up as new players turn up

VietNamNet Bridge - Besides big freight and forwarding companies, numerous startups with technology apps have joined the fast delivery market.

Express delivery service providers try to get faster

 VietNamNet Bridge – The four big guys in the world, namely German DHL, Dutch TNT, the US FedEx and UPS, have step by step conquered the Vietnamese freight, forwarding and express delivery market.