Smoother, seamless distribution for retail

Purchase stock directly from suppliers and make next-day delivery to all outlets.

One retail platform to grow your business

Increased revenue for your business

Purchase the minimum stock amount directly from suppliers at competitive prices, no restrictions. Better margins.

Access wider variety of products

We provide one platform that enables you to purchase stock at competitive prices from multiple suppliers. Hence, deliver more value to your customers.

Enjoy free next day delivery

Get free reliable delivery within 24 hours to your store(s) whenever you need to restock.

Access flexible financing

Get advanced credit from a 3rd party to buy higher volumes and meet all your customers’ shopping needs.

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How does it work?

  • Select items to purchase
  • Place your order
  • Select your preferred payment option
  • The supplier receives your order and processes it
  • Once your order is processed Sendy organizes your delivery
  • Sendy delivers your consignment

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Karatina Emporium

Since 1988, Karatina Emporium has been finding new ways to increase their efficiency.Things have changed now. All they have to do is place an order using the Sendy Supply app, and get all their stock delivered the next day.

King's Commodities

Having a platform to grow their distributorship as well as meet their transport needs is enabling them to do more with less.

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One platform to sell directly and deliver stock reliably to your customers

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