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Lynk to launch logistics services in Hyderabad

05 May 2017 | Hyderabad
 

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Lynk has launched its services in the city.

Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, Abinav Raja, Co-founder, Lynk Logistics, said that the intra-city platform will focus on small and medium enterprises and home residents for intra-city logistics.

Hyderabad is the second city after Chennai for Lynk’s operations. It is targeting 75,000 downloads of its app and hopeful of completing one lakh trips in Hyderabad in next 12 months.

Lynk is a technology platform for intra-city logistics that connects a shipper with a transporter.

   
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