Tag: delivery


Dive Brief: Walmart on Thursday announced a two-hour delivery service called Express Delivery, rivaling Amazon’s Prime Now. The retailer “accelerated the development of the service in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic,” according to a press release. It piloted the Read more…


Chennai: It takes upto 5 days to get a slot for grocery delivery from online grocery platforms such as BigBasket or Grofers. Following food delivery firms which recently began delivering grocery, clutch of companies which are not traditionally operating in Read more…


The Retailers Association of India (RAI) on Thursday urged government to ‘strongly consider’ allowing all forms of retailers, not just e-commerce players, to operate through home delivery during the extended lockdown period. While supporting the government’s move to extend the Read more…


As India steps up to fight coronavirus, Bisleri – India’s most trusted brand has introduced the Bisleri@Doorstep initiative in its commitment to fulfil the increasing demand for safe and healthy mineral water. The initiative also emphasizes on the importance of Read more…


Bringg, a delivery orchestration platform, has raised $30 million in a series D funding round led by Viola Growth. The new investment brings Bringg’s funding total to $83.3 million, which will help the solution provider accelerate its delivery momentum and Read more…


FMCG major Godrej Consumer Products Limited (GCPL) on Thursday announced partnership with food delivery app Zomato, B2B supply chain startup ShopKirana and car rental company Zoomcar for delivery of essential goods during lockdown. Zomato will deliver GCPL products directly to Read more…

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