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Logistics Firm, GoJavas is Facing Technical Glitch

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Logistics firm GoJavas, partially owned by online marketplace Snapdeal.com, has temporarily suspended operations, citing technical issues.

NEW DELHI, 9 AUGUST 2016: GoJavas was founded in 2013, with the vision of becoming an industry leader in providing reliable, time-bound logistics and supply-chain solutions to its business partners.

Snapdeal acquired GoJavas and for expansion of its logistics and supply chain network. It will gain a readymade platform which will immensely help the company attain low delivery costs while improving delivery speed at the same time.

As far as temporary shutdown is concerned, GoJavas confirmed the report and said in an email statement, “GoJavas is making changes to its operational model to be more flexible and to provide additional services and extra reach. However, we have encountered an IT (information technology) issue, which has hampered this rollout.”

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