iPick mobile application was created in 2021 with the aim to act as the integrated delivery platform that matches customers and businesses, with its network of bus operators and drivers. iPick, a truly Malaysian Brand, provides inter-cities same-day parcel deliveries to its users. iPick delivery service is now available at Johor Bahru, Klang Valley, Butterworth, and delivery hubs in other cities within Peninsular Malaysia will be available soon. 

About iPick 


In spite of the fact that logistics and courier services growth has erupted exponentially, there are several customer pain points yet to be resolved. Among those are the expensive delivery rates for same-day delivery and insecure delivery services.

Unlike traditional parcel delivery mobile applications, iPick leverages the existing bus operations so that the users can enjoy the cheapest rate of inter-cities same-day deliveries. The revolutionary parcel delivery mobile application allows its users to obtain inter-cities same-day deliveries with a rate as low as RM0.05/km.

Besides, iPick’s relentless pursuit of innovation allows its users to enjoy worry-free parcel delivery services. The mobile application is equipped with a live GPS tracking system which allows its users to track their parcel in real-time. 

iPick’s unrivalled flexibility is truly aligned with its mission to provide convenience and value to users. iPick users are allowed to pick their preferred delivery date and time ahead of the deliveries. 

User-friendly Interface 


iPick has a user-friendly interface which allows anyone to master it within minutes. A user can make a delivery order in just 5 simple steps. First, select the departure and arrival hub. Second, fill up the parcel details and iPick will display the estimated cost. Third, fill up the sender and receiver details. Fourth, review the order details. Lastly, pay for the order. An order tracking number will be provided so that the users will not lose track of the shipments.

With the entry of iPick into the parcel delivery market, businesses in Malaysia can now “bus their anything anywhere”!

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