Need Something Delivered? Check Out Transportify


Need gifts, items and/or gadgets delivered within the Metro? Check out Transportify – a new mobile and web app that allow you to book and manage pickups and deliveries of almost anything.


I’m sure that almost everyone don’t want to waste time or money to brave the Metro Manila traffic to deliver gifts and presents. And if you’re like me (traffic hater, medyo tamad), we’d rather have someone do the deliveries for us. Enter Transportify.

Transportify is a new logistics service that handles deliveries or pickups of items or whatnot from various locations in and around Metro Manila. You can book their service on their website or through their mobile app, which will connect you with their qualified driver-partners to help get your stuff to where you want it to go.

Currently, the company provides delivery and pickup services to and from the following areas: Metro Manila, Meycauayan, Marilao, Cainta, Antipolo, Taytay, San Mateo, Angono, Bacoor and San Pedro. They have a pool of over 1,500 driver-partners, providing enough network and logistics muscle to address not only the demands of the holiday season, but all throughout the year.

So, save time and money, and rely on Transportify to move stuff for you. Who knows, they could save your sanity from this season’s horrendous traffic as well.

The Transportify mobile app is available on the Apple App Store and in Google Play. Founded by Inspire Ventures and Ardent Capital, Deliveree (known in the Philippines as Transportify) is available in Bangkok, Jakarta and Manila with more locations coming soon.

For more information on their services, you may visit

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Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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