An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
Sharing economy

China’s Ele.me stirs outcry after initial low compensation for delivery worker’s death

  • The 43-year-old courier came from northwest Shanxi province but worked in Beijing for Fengniao Zhongbao, Ele.me’s crowdsourced on-demand logistics service
  • Ele.me is the second-largest player in the on-demand market, with more than 3 million riders who handle deliveries ranging from packages to food

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An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
An Ele.me delivery driver waits at a pedestrian crossing in the Futian district of Shenzhen. Photo: SCMP / Roy Issa
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