Airlift Shuts Down Operations in Multiple Cities
Airlift is pulling out of specific markets, including Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Peshawar, Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Pretoria. In light of the downturn in global capital markets, Airlift is undertaking a strategic realignment.
The move is part of the company’s strategy to focus on building scale and profitability in markets with considerable scale and high order density.
Airlift is reducing headcount by 31 per cent across all markets and limiting the number of categories on its platform. “For impacted teammates, Airlift stands committed to providing financial and placement support to help find new roles,” said the company today.
The above variations are an important stage toward Airlift’s drawn-out vision of empowering self-strengthening and utilizing innovation to offer client-driven arrangements. By diminishing the broadness of our tasks, Airlift tries to accomplish extraordinary profundity in critical regions and convey more grounded worth to clients in our most significant business sectors, the assertion closed.