A new delivery service called FuguExpress is hoping to boost the number of dry goods shipped across India and boost its reputation as a safe alternative to traditional shipping services.
The startup has launched a service called superdry express to offer the delivery of dry groceries in its service area in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
FuguExpress delivers in the state of Maharashtra and has already been operating in Karnataka.
The startup said in a blog post that it aims to provide a safe, eco-friendly alternative to the traditional food delivery services such as DHL and FedEx.
FukuExchange, which will also have a network in the UK, will be launched on Wednesday.
The company said that it will offer delivery to the UK by courier.
The company said it plans to provide an alternative to DHL in the near future.
“We want to give consumers a better experience by providing a service that is easy and quick.
Our delivery will be safe and environmentally friendly,” CEO Nand Kumar said in the blog post.
The app will be available in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Chinese.
The FuguExchange app is designed to provide customers with the convenience of being able to order online, pay in cash or with credit card.
It will also offer customers a variety of ways to access their goods, such as by emailing them, texting or even calling them directly.
The app has an option to use the phone number provided by the customer, but Kumar said that customers should always contact the customer directly to verify their order status.
“This way, they can check their status and the status of their order and get it delivered,” he said.
The Fugu express service will be able to deliver products in various areas of the country.
FujuExpress is also looking to expand its delivery network to other regions.
The firm has a network of around 200 trucks in the country and has plans to expand that network to 25,000 trucks this year.
The service is currently only available in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and Kolkata.