New Delivery Company, ‘Plan B’ Berths In Calabar

In Breaking News, Business & Economy

By Ushang Ewa

A new delivery company, Plan B delivery limited has begun operations in Calabar, the Cross River State capital with the aim of helping individuals, micro, small and medium scale enterprises to pick and deliver items to locations within the city.

A statement signed by the operations manager, Mr. Kingsley Udoh and made available to CrossRiverWatch said the logistics company handles the delivery of, “event invitations; Aso-ebi for weddings and events; cakes for special events; breakfast, lunch or dinner” to “wherever you may be.”

It further read in part: “We are here to eliminate the stress of spending valuable time on the road. We are very fast, reliable and cost efficient.

“With Plan-B Delivery, you can order for meals, pickup forgotten items, surprise your loved ones, pick up your tickets, send your ‘material’ to the tailor, order that favorite item on display without leaving your home or office.”

There is a “payment on delivery option available,” the company said, adding that it, “takes into consideration the fact that your neighborhood Bole (roast plantain) and Fish seller does not have a website, Plan-B Delivery will seek out these people, where they sell, buy and deliver to the comfort of your home or Office.”

The company is opened daily from 8:00AM to 9:00PM and from 2:00PM – 9:00PM on Sundays

The statement advised interested customers to call: “08174133974, 0703193119” or walk into 2, Ndidem Usang-Iso road, Calabar.

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