In an attempt to increase the business presence in the country, A Gurgaon based online food delivery company Zomato has said that “The company has expanded its service in a hundred more Cities in a few weeks.”
In a statement issued on Monday, Zomato said that “The launch mainly include the cities like Bhuj and Junagadh of Gujrat, Rishikesh in Uttarakhand, Shimla and Mussoorie of Himachal Pradesh, Hosur and Nagercoil in Tamil Nadu, Ayodhya and Raebareli of Uttar Pradesh, Chikmagalur and Bhatkal in Karnataka, Kharagpur of West Bengal, Chhapra and Begusarai of Bihar, Hazaribagh and Ramgarh in Jharkhand, Jalna and Parbhani of Maharashtra and many more.”
Our online ordering services are now available in 300+ cities – serving over 250 million people in India. ✍️— Deepinder Goyal (@deepigoyal) June 3, 2019
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Commenting on the development, Mohit Gupta, CEO of Zomato, said “There are 40 cities in India with a population of over a million and over 380 cities in India with a population of over 100,000. When you fundamentally move beyond the 40 cities to the 380, you are truly representing India.”
“In this phase, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh were the most active states, with the highest number of launches. As we expand, we are also focusing on improving our average delivery time, which now stands at 30.5 minutes.” Mohit said.
“Every new city is a new mini-chapter for me. We are sprinting forward to let the real India have a taste of Zomato and for Zomato to deliver to more of India,” he added.
Adding on the process, Zomato said that “On an average, company onboard nearly to 45-50 restaurants in each city and is planning to move northward over the coming weeks.