Brazil's logistics startup LEVE delivers China's products in 16 days

LEVE’s end-to-end delivery is faster than regular services due to postal dispatch exemptions, faster custom clearance, and a labelling system that allows full and integrated parcel tracking

LEVE's warehouse in Brazil. Photo: LEVE/Courtesy
  • In November alone LEVE delivered 30,000 packages across the country;
  • Recently, the company opened a warehouse in Miami.

LEVE, Brazilian unicorn EBANX’s logistics startup, has been disrupting the market, delivering products from China in an average of 16 days. Created in the EBANX’s group, which also owns LABS, and headquartered in Brazil, the startup specializes in e-commerce and handles the reception and handling, labeling, and shipment all the way to Brazil.

In November alone, with Black Friday and 11.11 sales event, LEVE delivered 30,000 packages across the country, and, according to the startup, it may close the year with 700,000 packages delivered from China to Brazil.

LEVE’s warehouse in China. Photo: LEVE/Courtesy

LEVE’s end-to-end delivery is faster than regular services due to postal dispatch exemptions, faster custom clearance, and a labelling system that allows full and integrated parcel tracking, from dispatching in China until the final destination to Brazilian customers.

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Recently, the company opened a warehouse in Miami, for products from the US, where average delivery time has been seven days.

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