Chinese driverless delivery business booms

Chinese driverless delivery business booms

Neolix, a driverless delivery business based in Beijing, has seen a jump in demand since the Coronavirus outbreak began, reports South China Morning Post.

The startup, which has attracted customers including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., Meituan Dianping and JD.Com Inc., has booked orders for more than 200 vehicles in the past two months; before then, it had only produced 125 units since manufacturing began last May, founder Yu Enyuan said in an interview.

Neolix’s small vans help customers reduce physical contact and address labour shortages caused by lingering quarantines and travel restrictions.

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