Tuesday, September 29, 2020

    Flipkart CEO: We respect govt’s ban on supply of non-essential goods

    In a mail to employees, Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy said the company respects the government's decision to reverse its order allowing e-commerce firms to deliver non-essential goods. "The government has many complex scenarios to manage while protecting more than a billion people," he wrote.


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    Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy has mentioned the corporate respects the federal government’s determination to reverse its earlier order that allowed e-commerce companies to ship non-essential objects.

    In a mail to staff, Krishnamurthy additionally inspired them to discover modern methods to drive worth for the ecosystem together with sellers, manufacturers, kirana shops and clients.

    “We respect the choice as a result of the federal government has many advanced situations to handle whereas defending greater than a billion folks within the nation,” Krishnamurthy mentioned.

    4 days after permitting e-commerce firms to additionally ship non-essential objects akin to digital items and readymade clothes, the federal government on Sunday mentioned sale of non-essential objects will proceed to be prohibited in the course of the lockdown interval until Could 3.

    “With this growth, adjustments our plans on the Flipkart group, your entire management and the administration workforce is totally aligned and dedicated to supporting the federal government’s determination…,” Krishnamurthy mentioned.

    He added that the corporate will proceed to ship groceries and necessities to clients throughout the nation, including that it’s going to accomplish that whereas following the very best requirements of hygiene throughout provide chain and final mile supply.

    Krishnamurthy urged staff to give attention to “exploring new modern methods to drive worth for our ecosystem of sellers, manufacturers, companions, kiranas and clients” and asserted that there’s nothing on-line or offline.

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