Just like the bigger mobile applications that caters to passengers and offer delivery services, this city now has “Carry Ko Deliveries and Services” that will use tricycles instead of four-wheeled vehicles.
At least 250 units of tricycles will be used to transport passengers, foods, parcels, packages, groceries and other materials within this city, Nur Baring, president of the Carry Ko Deliveries and Services, said Monday.
Baring said the transport of passengers and delivery of parcels started last Sunday, while the delivery of goods and groceries will start on November 28.
He said passengers should download the mobile app of Carry Ko in the Apple Store or Google Play to be able to avail of their services.
Meanwhile, Assistant City Administrator Cesar Raz said the city government fully supports the entry of Carry Ko in this city, noting that it will address the problems on fare overcharging and refusal to convey passengers.
Raz commended Baring and the company for coming up with localized delivery services, which he said will limit the movement of people outside their homes amid the coronavirus disease pandemic. (PNA)