London – Bp and Uber have announced a new global strategic partnership with the goal of creating more than 3,000 retail outlets on Uber Eats by 2025. By the end of 2023, the collaboration will be published in Europe as well.
Existing local agreements will be further expanded to Australia, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa and the west coast of the United States. The United Kingdom and Eastern America are included. Emma Delaney, Managing Vice President of Customers and Products, is pleased to partner with Uber Eats. “It offers the opportunity to reach more consumers online than those who currently visit our stores. We’ve seen how the epidemic has accelerated customer demand for delivery facilities, and this partnership allows us to quickly scale up on the Uber platform, “Delaney said.
Uber Eats offers a wide variety of products tailored to local markets, including hot and cold drinks, food-present options, as well as basic selection, fresh produce and ready-made foods, wine, beer and flowers. The Uber Eats app will include 3,000 gas stations and convenience stores. Through this partnership, Bp will benefit from Uber’s global brand awareness, advanced order fulfillment technology and more than 4.4 million delivery drivers worldwide. As part of the deal, both companies will be able to place orders through BP’s own processor, BPme. For example, customers in the UK, US and Australia can place orders by the end of 2023 and combine Uber Eats deliveries.
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