Bengaluru June 2022 : Bengaluru-based LoadShare Networks, India’s fastest growing express logistics network, organized a job mela, at BES College, Jayanagar, on 5th of June 2022. This event was graced and inaugurated by Srimati Sowmya Reddy, MLA, Jayanagar and General Secretary, AIMC. In this event, Loadshare Networks also provided EV two wheelers to women from economically challenged backgrounds
LoadShare enables small and medium enterprises (SME) in logistics with technology, operations know-how and a pan-India network. It offers services ranging from first mile, line-haul, last mile deliveries serving all leading customers in the e-commerce, food delivery, quick commerce, transportation and warehousing spaces.
Speaking at the launch, Raghuram Talluri, Co-founder, CEO of LoadShare, said, “Now is perhaps the most exciting time to be in supply chain operations in India. From quick commerce to enterprise supply chains, the logistics industry is undergoing a massive transformation. We want to go deep in North East India as we foresee massive demand flowing to the region and there is a paradigm shift towards setting up a regional distribution network in the region.”
Elaborating on the firm’s focus on growth in the North East, Rakib Ahmed, co-founder, LoadShare, said, “Our capable & execution-oriented team continues to extend impact in the North East as per our focused approach. We have been able to develop and professionalize 100s of truck owners and partners and generate 1000s of employment in the remotest part of this region. We want to expand further into all areas of the North East and grow 10 times over the next 1 year.”
LoadShare was founded in 2017 by Raghu Talluri, Rakib Ahmed and Pramod Nair, who have had strong experience in supply chain and technology with Myntra, McKinsey.
While the company is headquartered in Bengaluru, it has taken the bold step to build out its operations in the North East. In addition to this, LoadShare now covers more than 3800 PIN codes across East India. LoadShare has 800+ branches and serves 32 states and Union Territories delivering over 2.5 lakh orders every day.