Deliveries [noun]

Definition of Deliveries:

transfer, transmittal

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To combat the declines in their traditional businesses, Uber continued its push into consumer delivery, while Lyft announced a push into business-to-business logistics.

You pick anything you want — you don’t have to cook it, order it, wait two hours, or pay a delivery fee — you just take a plate and step up.

Others, such as meal kits and wine delivery, have gotten more traction than usual.

It makes sense as e-commerce and on demand delivery isn’t a flash in the pan fad, per Cavaluzzo.

Grocery delivery services charge a fee — usually around $10 per $100 spent, on average.

For example, WGSN forecasters found several years ago that millennials and Gen-Z were being priced out of big cities, and also that freelance and gig work was booming while delivery services were increasing.

Even though customers have slowly begun venturing outside their homes, deliveries are here to stay, says SafeBoda co-founder Ricky Rapa Thomson.

Previously backed by investors including TechStars, Chowbotics’ acquisition is certainly a sign that DoorDash believes that its future isn’t just about the delivery side of things, but also some degree of automation within the preparation too.

The food delivery platform says the deal will let it help restaurant clients expand their offerings

GrubHub has to weigh a wide variety of priorities each time an order comes through on the platform, from speed of delivery to mileage on the drivers’ cars to overall efficiency.