Yojee start-up securing bluechip customers

Sydney-based parcel delivery software start-up, Yojee, has had a busy June, signing two substantial agreements and appointing a new Chairman.

In early June, Yojee appointed Ray Lee as Chairman, replacing Mathew Walker who reportedly chose to step aside to pursue other opportunities.

“I have thoroughly enjoyed my tenure as Chairman of Yojee and am comforted to be leaving the business in such a strong financial and fundamental position. The business and management have my full support and I look forward to seeing the business develop and mature as a supportive shareholder,” Walker said in a statement.

According to a following ASX announcement, fabric supplier Spotlight has adopted Yojee's express, same day and next day delivery solutions following a trial in Singapore.

According to Yojee, same day delivery, reliability and cost benefits qwere fital factors in securing the partnership with Spotlight, which reportedly expressed its commitment to greater online presence with the Yojee network being a key factor in Spotlight's long-term business strategy.

This week, Yojee signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Australian sporting goods distributor One Sports PUMA, using Yojee’s software as well as moving OS Puma freight through Yojee’s on-demand national delivery network.

“Yojee software gives us a level on control and visibility I’ve never seen before, and will allow us to scale up our logistics present by utilising and integrating with multiple warehouses into the Yojee logistics network,” said Patrick Spagnolo, Managing Director, OS Puma.

Ed Clarke, Managing Director, Yojee, added, “We are in the early days of digitally transforming a very traditional industry with minimal capital expenditure whilst gaining outstanding market adoption.

“We have build software that provides senders with more transparency and control, and carriers with much greater efficiency and revenue generating opportunity.

With the recipient having access to real-time tracking on each delivery. We are closing in on our goal of 30-minute delivery windows, putting to end the era of painful recipient experiences of 24-hour or six-hour delivery windows, meaning no more waiting all day for a parcel.”

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