Ayala-backed logistics company Air21 has joined forces with social e-commerce platform Sarisuki in a strategic partnership aimed at revolutionizing the delivery of fresh produce from farmers in Benguet to community sellers in Metro Manila.
This collaboration not only promises to reduce costs but also ensures a consistent supply of high-quality produce in community markets, addressing key challenges in the food supply chain.
By leveraging Air21’s extensive expertise in domestic freight forwarding, the partnership aims to support Sarisuki’s growth targets and facilitate the efficient movement of goods.
Air21 president John Casupang emphasized the company’s commitment to utilizing its decades of experience to drive the success of Sarisuki.
As part of Air21’s Luzon backhaul expansion, the partnership represents a significant step forward in maximizing the company’s extensive nautical and road network linehaul capabilities, which play a crucial role in supporting the daily operations of local businesses.
Founded in 2020 by Brian Cu, Philippe Lorenzo, and Bam Mejia, Sarisuki is a social e-commerce platform with a mission to empower new generation entrepreneurs and partner farmers. The company aims to build an ecosystem that offers supermarket-quality products at affordable wet market prices.
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