En2l mobile application was launched in early February, modified to run on Android and Apple operating systems.
The application provides several services in the field of logistics, including winch truck services for the transport of all types of cars and motorcycles.
The application provided 200 winch trucks at the beginning of its first phase, with the second phase involving quarter-tonne and half-tonne trucks and furniture transport vehicles.
En2l has trained about 200 winch truck drivers so far in the Greater Cairo area to join its team and improve services quality.
The application provides one-day trainings per session. The training focuses on the use of global positioning system (GPS), customer service rules, traffic rules, security, and safety. Trainees receive the course free of charge.
En2l was established at the end of 2016 as an Egyptian shareholding company with an authorised capital of EGP 50m, with a board of directors headed by Ahmed Sabry Darwish.
The company’s investments have now reached EGP 100m, with a potential to increase as a number of the company’s employees said it is aspiring to cover the whole of Africa in the near future.
The application provides high quality services with different payment methods available, including cash, Visa, MasterCard, Aman, Masary, and e-wallets.
About 150,000 people interacted with the application on online social networks during the first week of its launch. En2l won, a few days ago, the “Excellence and Innovation in Technology” award from Smart Vision, only two months after the application launched in the local market.