Anything Delivered is Indiaâ€™s first hyperlocal delivery service commenced in 2012 in Coimbatore, India. Our service extends in all majors cities in Tamil Nadu and outside of Tamil Nadu; we are in Bengaluru and Cochin (the list grows on with time)
We have done over 150000 deliveries and counting. Our mission is to be a reliable service provider to our customers.
We are an errands service provider. There are occasions when we are unable to do something due a number of reasons, for instance a nursing mother has run out of diapers. She needs someone to bring a pack of diapers and all she has to do is access AD to help them. The issue is simple and can happen to anyone.
AD provides a hassle free errands system that you can be assured that help is just a call away. Bookings can be done through a mobile application, web page and a phone call.
The charges are based on distance travelled and time spent.
We have a good mix of independent helpers and full time staff who move, the moment a request is raised. We currently provide our service in Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru and Cochin. We are launching our international operations in June 2016 with services commencing in Singapore and Srilanka.
AD Services can be booked via mobile application, website and your phone (yes you read that right we still use phones).
All the delivery partners will have their details and proof of existence verified. Police clearance is done when possible but, most of the DP are locals with a background check completed. Also, in the last 5 years not once have we faced such an issue.
AD RIDE â€“ is a bike rideshare service through which people can get a quick ride to their destination on a motorcycle. Despite the fact that passenger commute has become great after the advent of Uber and OLA cabs but, still nothing beats peak traffic.
On a busy day at peak traffic only a bike can sneak in, a valuable few minutes and get you to your destination quickly.
No, AD- Ride is not a Taxi service. It is a rideshare service. We register people who are interested in offering a lift to a fellow being and connect with someone who is looking for a quick commute across the city for a small fee.
This is just like how you would travel with your friend on a bike. You have the right to get out of a trip if you feel the riders are rash and you also have a rating system and a care line to take complaints.
Usually, we do advice our riders to take road safety seriously and also our monitoring system can track their speeds (still developing).
The price you pay is based on the distance and time and the price is displayed on both your mobiles after the trip. You also can get a rough estimate of the price before the trip therefore; it is not a choice but, a system.