Delivery Hero, one of the world’s prime online food supply marketplaces, issued measures on Thursday to support restaurants that are attempting to survive coronavirus lockdowns by boosting deliveries to consumers caught at home.
Delivery Hero stated it was accelerating the onboarding process for new partner restaurants, increasing the frequency of payments to its companions to enhance their cash circulations and offering free delivery for purchasers close to restaurants.
Berlin-based Delivery Hero runs platforms for food delivery in 44 nations in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia, working with more than 500,000 restaurants.
Restaurants and cafes have been closed in many nations as governments have sought to contain the coronavirus, prompting many companies to switch to home deliveries, with some offering takeaways on to local prospects, without utilizing an app.
Delivery Hero stated it had chipped 50,000 new restaurants to its platform in the past three weeks, in addition to 1,500 grocery stores and pharmacies, because it accelerates a drive to broaden into the delivery of other important products in addition to meals.
Uber Eats stated Wednesday it’s collaborating with French supermarket chain Carrefour for a new delivery service aimed at helping Parisians buy essential goods, and likewise has similar plans in Spain and Brazil.