3 Delivery Business Success Stories [2022]

3 Delivery Business Success Stories [2022]
Start A Delivery Business

Here are some real life success stories of starting a delivery business:

1. HalalWorldDepot ($720K/year)

Mohamad Saad (from Dearborn, MI, USA) started HalalWorldDepot almost 4 years ago.

Revenue
$60K / month
Team
2 founders / 10 employees

Case Study

Hello, my name is Mohamad Saad, and I am one of the founders of HalalWorldDepot, America’s premier Halal online marketplace. The company started three years ago as meat and grocery delivery service and slowly grew into a full-blown online marketplace offering a wide range of Halal products.

With a simple goal of getting as many Halal items listed, we also focus on building a community of Muslims around the United States to connect and come together. A home formed on a website where all can feel welcomed and comfortable shopping and finding the products they need.

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2. trackin.co ($6M/year)

Bruno founded Trackin, a startup that releases technology for companies to start a food delivery business. Today, Trackin is making +$167k/month!

Revenue
$500K / month

Case Study

Bruno founded Trackin, a startup that releases technology for companies to start a food delivery business. Today, Trackin is making +$167k/month!

3. ShapShap ($0/year)

Online marketplace/on-demand logistics services

Khalil Halilu (from Lagos, Nigeria) started ShapShap almost 6 years ago.

Team
1 founders / 13 employees

Case Study

Khalil Halilu is the founder of the Nigeria-based on-demand delivery platform ShapShap currently operating in Abuja & Lagos.

This cutting-edge platform allows customers to locate their preferred products, place orders, and track deliveries until they reach their destination.

Khalil is an African entrepreneur with a track record for pioneering initiatives in youth empowerment

His family-owned companies Scirrocco, a tea, and cold beverage manufacturer, and its sister company Gongoni together make up a group with more than 300 products sold in Nigerian and African markets.

The founder is on a mission to ensure that technology leads to real, lasting solutions to African problems.

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