Draiver, which is an on-demand vehicle delivery service, said Wednesday it will expand to Mexico, Brazil and Canada this year, while also adding more U.S. cities to its footprint.

“We arrive first, and we put people first,” CEO Zarif Haque said in a news release. “Our model offers clients more intelligent vehicle delivery solutions that positively impact their business.

“We’re providing a better delivery experience across the board, which has catapulted Draiver expertise to international scale.”

Draiver’s operations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Brazil are overseen by general managers for each respective country. The company also employs its software to help in logistics for large automotive companies in Peru, Argentina, Chile, Columbia, Peru and the GCC.

The company launched in 2013 and its platform helps to move 6,000 vehicles daily for dealers, vehicle service centers, fleet companies, rental agencies and automakers.