EASYVAN CELEBRATES REBRANDING TO LALAMOVE WITH S$1M IN FREE DELIVERIES

 

 Singapore, May 2015 – EasyVan (S) Pte Ltd is pleased to announce the rebranding of its services to lalamove in Singapore. To commemorate the rebranding, lalamove is giving away S$1 million in free deliveries to new customers who use the promo code “NOWLALAMOVE”.

Commenting on the rebranding, Fion Tan, the Singapore City Director of lalamove said, “The preceding ten months have been a transformative experience for the team. We listened to our customers’ feedback and adapted our services to fit the local market. Given that we are now providing our services with vans as well as lorries and motorcycles, we feel that the name lalamove better reflects how our platform directly connects a variety of services for different types of customers and drivers.”

Founded in late 2013 in Hong Kong, EasyVan is a platform that connects people instantly with on-demand independent drivers and riders through a mobile application. Singapore was its first foray outside of Hong Kong and since then, lalamove has also launched operations in Thailand, Taiwan and China.

Head of International Expansion, Blake Larson spoke of the new brand, “The switch to lalamove makes sense at this juncture as we continue to expand our platform to include different types of vehicles. Small and medium sized businesses love the flexibility of our service as it provides them with instant access to the largest fleet of delivery and moving vehicles in Singapore. When people see the lalamove hummingbird, we want them to immediately identify with our core brand promise of speed, quality and flexibility. With the rebranding, lalamove has simultaneously launched its redesigned website which includes web-based ordering and tracking. The web app complements the existing Android and iOS applications by making it easier for individuals and businesses to connect with local delivery drivers across the island instantly.”


One Reply to “EASYVAN CELEBRATES REBRANDING TO LALAMOVE WITH S$1M IN FREE DELIVERIES”

  1. That fion is rubbish, offended the manager from IKEA and lie to her own team with tons of fake excuses. She’s also rude to drivers and anyone who do not agree with her. Good company but rubbish leader.

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