Scooti And Airrushlocal Team Up For Speedy Deliveries

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MELBOURNE | Melbourne delivery start up Airrushlocal was founded by Jake Kogakis, who saw a gap in the market when he constantly noticed friends asking if anyone was travelling between cities for personal items. He recently teamed up with Scooti to make the concept a reality.

The service guarantees same-day interstate deliveries for small personal items and documents (up to 3kg) between Melbourne and Sydney, with plans in place for expansion to other states and countries. Parcels are handled by a personal concierge, who travels with the items to ensure maximum care and security.

Airrushlocal has contracts with airlines, third-party international airport services, five-star hotels, and car hire companies needing to transfer lost and found items back to distressed customers, and Scooti makes up the final piece of the puzzle, with fully vetted, police checked scooter drivers ensuring that goods get from A to B as quickly as possible, avoiding traffic congestion that can slow things down.

Airrushlocal same-day service is available Monday to Saturday, with deliveries starting from as low as $89. Parcels are accepted for Melbourne departure up until 12.30pm, and in Sydney until 5.30pm (evening delivery). For more information on Airrushlocal, visit the Airrushlocal website or call 1800 560 588.

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