First stop: Kuala Lumpur

[L-R] Asokan Raveindaran, Chief Executive Officer and (R) Noor Habiba Mohamed Sirajudeen, Chief Financial Officer of SKIDOO Malaysia

On-demand delivery has been a staple for Malaysians for a long time, and the pandemic in its many forms has accelerated the growing need of better, more efficient delivery services in the country. Enter SKIDOO, a budding delivery service providing a plethora of transfers for business, moving, food and personal parcels - all within affordable price points and the best interest of customers in mind.

SKIDOO Malaysia was officially launched by Yang Berhormat Tuan Ahmad Fahmi Fadzil, Member of Parliament (MP) of Lembah Pantai. “As we move towards returning to normalcy, one thing is clear; delivery services will continue to be sought-after by Malaysians and I am happy to see such a service born here in the area. We need more local entrepreneurs and businesses to grow, especially with the surge in online shopping in Malaysia. SKIDOO not only addresses the needs of the market today, but also opens the door for job opportunities to people looking to rebuild their lives,” he said at the launch event.

SKIDOO takes pride in their elevated service and care for customer’s goods, high standards for customer service as well as competitive pricing. SKIDOO’s services are 40% cheaper than most of the courier services in the country with no hidden charges and ensures that customers do not feel burdened by heavy delivery costs. The team at SKIDOO also assure customers of their quality customer service. By simply texting the WhatsApp number or through a direct call to SKIDOO for any queries or issues, the team will be able to offer on-the-spot solutions.

Asokan Raveindaran, Chief Executive Officer of SKIDOO Malaysia said, “We started this delivery service company as we realised there is a gap in affordable, good point-to-point delivery service. SKIDOO operates on the human business model, where customers get the best in pricing, experience and overall service. We’re born out of the need of the community, and it is also where the community delivers back.”

[L-R] Asokan Raveindaran, CEO of SKIDOO with YB Fahmi Fadzil, MP of Lembah Pantai

At the moment, customers can choose their preferred delivery vehicles ranging from motorcycles, cars, vans, 4x4 pickup, 1-ton lorry, 3-ton lorry and 5-ton lorry. SKIDOO is based in Kuala Lumpur, with plans for expansion to Klang Valley (Kuala Lumpur and Selangor) in the coming months.

Aligned with its goal to grow, SKIDOO invites Malaysians to join them as deliverers. Those who are looking to earn additional income are welcomed to sign-up with SKIDOO via the website, where there will be additional monthly incentives, weekly pays, along with other incentives and benefits.

Asokan added, “The rise of e-commerce means higher volume of deliveries and bigger expectations from customers for their parcels or goods to be delivered. Some customers are willing to compromise with the price just to have their items delivered in the best way possible. Moreover, we realize the demand for Business to Business and Business to Consumer is surging. Although SKIDOO is relatively new in the delivery and logistics industry, we’re already anticipating these demands and are agile enough to provide our best services to both B2B and B2C customers.”

[L-R] YB Fahmi Fadzil, MP of Lembah Pantai with Asokan Raveindaran, CEO of SKIDOO

In conjunction with the launch, SKIDOO is offering a 21% off delivery charge to all their customers, capped at 20 users each day. The promotion runs for one month and customers will be able to redeem by using the promo code SKIDOO2021 from 16 October 2021 to 15 November 2021.