hungryhouse and Quiqup team up for London meal deliveries

hungryhouse and Quiqup team up for London meal deliveries and Quiqup have announced a partnership to enable hungryhouse restaurant partners in London to use Quiqup’s on-demand infrastructure. The partnership gives hungryhouse restaurants on-demand access to Quiqup’s fleet of bicycles, scooters and cars, as well as its underlying technology and customer support services.

hungryhouse restaurant partners will be able to use Quiqup either as their primary delivery solution or as an additional resource to supplement their existing delivery options.

Quiqup’s API has been integrated into TabLink, hungryhouse’s tablet-based transmission device, allowing restaurants to instantly request a delivery driver from Quiqup in response to orders.

The partnership has already been soft-launched in Central London, with hungryhouse and Quiqup planning on expanding the coverage area in the coming months.

Quiqup, which launched its Lond-based service in September 2014, provides on-demand last-mile logistics services to consumers and a variety of businesses, from independent retailers to major brands.



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