Beijing time on the afternoon of June 2, according tomedia reports, China’s internet car service giant Didi Chuxing is currently in 10 cities in China to recruit vans (van passengers dual-use vehicles) and truck drivers, plans to join the already crowded on-demand logistics industry, in order to achieve business diversification.
In a recruitment launch, Didi Chuxing said it would hire 580 van and truck drivers in 10 cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Shenzhen, to provide on-demand logistics services. Didi Chuxing classifs vehicles into five categories, from minivans to 4.2-metre trucks. The company requires drivers to have a driver’s license and will provide training services.
Didi Chuxing declined to comment. In March, Didi Chuxing launched a delivery service in 21 Chinese cities, known as Drip Runners. Drop running legs are also hatched by the drip driving business, the first drop runner by the drip driving driver.
By contrast, its U.S. counterpart, Uber, already runs Uber’s Freight freight service. At present, China’s on-demand logistics services are already very crowded, full gang, cargo pull and 58 city-owned fast dog are the market leader.
In fact, in the middle of last month, domestic media reported that Drip Freight had begun recruiting drivers. Recruitment information shows that the recruitment period is from May 18 to June 18, and registration of drop-in shipping is free of 30 days of platform service charge. The recruitment sites were Hangzhou and Chengdu.