Courier City, famously referred to as the Uber of courier services is expanding its revolutionary approach in international courier services to Nairobi, Kenya. The company has found a way of pairing senders with their trusted travelers all the way to the receiver’s end at an affordable cost.
The system has been in operation between Zimbabwe and Canada and the company has always been on the lookout of new roots. As of 1st May, they have introduced a new route between Toronto and Nairobi.
Travellers will provide Courier City with allotted luggage information, which will be used to match the sender. All of this will be done on their website. Packages are assessed to meet airline guidelines and packaged with approved seals.
Registered travellers earn money for their help by keeping both the shipping and receiving parties apprised of their status and the shipper along with receiver get the comfort of being able to get updates about their valuable packages.
On arrival at the destination, the traveller will hand over the package to a Courier City agent at the airport booth. Courier City is running an inaugural promotion, granting their first vetted carriers as much as 50 percent of their airline tickets.
Founded by a young Zimbabwean entrepreneur based in Toronto Canada, Courier City has designed its service to make it affordable for the communities in both countries to come together and bridge the gap of distance between families and businesses whilst helping individuals earn extra income for carrying the goods.
Courier City is already actively servicing the Canada – Zimbabwe route and is looking to continue introducing this safe, convenient and less-costly means of securely shipping packages overseas around the globe.
This additional route is further evidence of CCI’s commitment to deliver on its mission to make courier services more affordable, reliable and accessible to its partners. CCI will continue to expand its routes to deliver on its mission to provide reduced cost of international courier services.