JustClean Launches Courier Service, JustDeliver

JustClean Launches Courier Service, JustDeliver
Nouri and Athbi Al Enezi co-founded Justclean in 2016.

Justclean, the Kuwaiti technology startup transforming the laundry industry in the region, announced the launch of courier service “Justdeliver”. JustDeliver is an expansion of the startup’s GCC wide laundry logistics service.

Brothers Nouri and Athbi Al Enezi co-founded Justclean in 2016. They created an organized laundry marketplace. Through the Justclean app, users can choose their required laundry service from a concise pre-selected list.

Athbi Al Enezi, Co-Founder and Managing partner of Justclean said: “Justclean has remained at the forefront of preventing the spread of coronavirus with rigorous safety measures applied to its drivers, and its vans, which are sprayed with disinfectant prior and after every journey. Our commitment to safety, as well as our reputation in logistics, saw us receive many requests from businesses to utilize our extensive fleet of vans and delivery personnel to support their businesses. This inspired Justclean to create a dedicated fleet to support both businesses and customers outside of the laundry business during quarantine and beyond.”

Justdeliver’s app will allow businesses and individuals to deliver items. The process is simple, users select their pickup and drop off location, specify the items to be delivered, and select their preferred timing. Whereas Justclean only served the Company’s laundry partners, Justdeliver will serve various B2B partners as well as individual customers. It will do this by mobilizing its fleet of vans and “personal collectors” that are available on demand. Justdeliver is launching in Kuwait, Bahrain, KSA, and UAE. It is set to expand into other GCC markets shortly after.

“Justdeliver is more than just a courier service. It was born out of a desire to bring extended families, neighbors, and businesses together at a time when it is vital that we all stay connected whilst remaining safe” Athbi Al Enezi explains.

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