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Uber to launch first food delivery service Eats in Bucharest

Uber will launch in the first food delivery service Eats in Bucharest and in 100 cities in Europe, Middle East and Africa, says the logistics head of Uber. In Bucharest the launch will take place in the following two months.

2018-03-12 13:16:31

Uber has already rolled out UberEats in more than 200 cities. It plans to open the service in Ireland, Egypt, Kenya, Ukraine, Romania and the Czech Republic. Moreover, it will be implemented in 40 cities in UK and 35 cities from France, said Jason Droege, the logistics director of Uber.

Statistics show that in Romania, the "food delivery" segment will reach 196 million USD in 2018, out of which the "Online Takeaway" segments will record a market volume of 192 million USD. Annual growth rate is estimated at 23.3 per cent resulting in a market volume of 452 million USD in 2022.

The most recent service launched by in Romania is GREEN, launched in Bucharest at the end of February. The users can call the electric cars Renault ZOE via application.



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