New Articles
  April 6th, 2017 | Written by

Onfleet Going International

[shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="13106399"]


  • One-quarter of Onfleet’s customers are now outside the US.
  • Onfleet driver app and website now available in Spanish and French.
  • Onfleet’s SaaS platform is gaining traction in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

After building up a strong roster of hundreds of on-demand and ecommerce customers in the US, Onfleet today announces that its logistics and route optimization platform has gone international, already adopted by dozens of customers in more than 50 countries.

Onfleet’s international customers include Eiya App (Mexico), Frichti and Nestor (France), and Lola Market (Spain). To support its business in some of these new markets, Onfleet is making its driver app and website available in Spanish and French. Other international clients include Cellarbrations (alcohol distributor in Australia), AI Tayer Group (Middle Eastern holding company that manages Bloomingdales, Harvey Nichols and Gap) and OrderIn (restaurant delivery in South Africa).

At a time when consumers everywhere are expecting fast, efficient and low-cost deliveries of almost everything, Onfleet’s SaaS platform is gaining traction in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Ecommerce and on-demand businesses in these markets are using Onfleet to manage all aspects of the complicated last mile delivery process. These customers can track their drivers, dispatch and communicate status updates seamlessly, while utilizing the data to analyze and improve delivery operations, seeing measurable improvements. The newly translated app is a big aid to drivers who may not be fluent in English.

“Over the last year Onfleet has been building out our platform as well as adding many new customers, ranging from startups to enterprises with hundreds of thousands of monthly deliveries,” said Khaled Naim, Onfleet’s CEO and co-founder. “We are translating our driver apps to better support and expand our customer base in Europe, Latin America, and beyond. The expanding number of international customers are joining US companies such as Hungry Harvest, GrubMarket, Corovan, and UrbanStems which use Onfleet to meet the challenge of last mile delivery.”

In Madrid, Lola Market, an online food shopping site that promises to deliver groceries in one hour, has experienced significant savings in operational costs. Luis Pérez del Val Sheriff, Lola Market’s founder and CEO, reported, “With the Onfleet application we’ve been able to scale our business and significantly improve our service. Their analytics help us to detect ways to improve efficiency and provide excellent service, saving us up to 30 percent in operational costs.”

Another customer, Nestor, a food delivery service in Paris, observed that Onfleet has improved the overall customer experience. “Onfleet’s simple and powerful software has enabled Nestor to deliver meals in an average of only 13 minutes,” said Stéphane Bonanno, operational research engineer at Nestor. “Onfleet really helps improve customer service which is one of Nestor’s top priorities.”