Courier earns over 10,000 yuan in one day of food delivery in Shanghai, China

For several days, the Chinese media have been discussing the news that the SF courier earned more than 10,000 yuan for a day of food delivery in Shanghai.

Reportedly, the courier actually earned 10,067.75 yuan. After verification, it was indicated that the SF courier completed a total of 60 intra-city delivery orders that were placed by corporate users, and the order commission was calculated. The total amount of funds raised was 10,067.75 yuan. Among them, the base fee is 534 yuan, various special rewards are about 1678 yuan, and the user reward is about 7856 yuan. That is, the average courier income was about 36.9 yuan per order, excluding remuneration, and the average remuneration is about 131 yuan per order.


During the quarantine in Shanghai, the number of residents with a pass was limited, and most residents could not go out, and the needs for shopping and intra-city delivery could only be met by couriers.


There were about a few hundred couriers with passes on the platform during the Shanghai lockdown period, SF Express said, and the express delivery service showed that more than 3,000 couriers are now receiving orders every day.


This number of couriers is completely out of proportion to the sudden surge in demand for orders, and the situation of capturing orders through user rewards is naturally a solution.


But there is an upper limit of rewards for retail orders, for example, the upper limit of rewards for SF is 30 yuan, while the maximum limit for Flash Delivery is 100 yuan.


As for the courier with a daily income of more than 10,000 yuan at SF Express, he received more rewards for delivering orders to more companies in the city. In total, 60 orders were received that day, and the user received a reward of about 7,856 yuan, with an average reward for each order of about 131 yuan.


Express delivery workers in Shanghai received an average of 20 to 30 orders per day, but the delivery schedule was already from morning to night. Currently, urgent delivery has been agreed with the relevant government departments to solve the problem with the accommodation of delivery workers who received the order.


In terms of delivery security, the delivery service requires all employees to upload their nucleic acid test certificate within 48 hours prior to accepting an order and accept the order once it has been verified. At the same time, it is recommended that all flash couriers switch to contactless distribution mode during the epidemic, and they need to maintain a safe distance of two meters when delivering to users in order to reduce the risk of infection, ensure the safety of items, and also implement double protection of the outer packaging of deliveries. items, the delivery box must be disinfected.


Although income is quite high these days, there are also many citizens who are volunteers, doing tasks set by their communities for free, delivering supplies to neighbors and medicine for the elderly in the group.


The relevant person in charge of the delivery service also said that in order to support more couriers to handle "urgent and complex" orders, delivery services are also forming volunteer teams to deliver urgently needed supplies such as medicines, maternal and child supplies and goods for special population groups in the city.