DP-DHL prepares to do battle for market share as outlook dips
Deutsche Post-DHL chief executive Frank Appel has issued a thinly veiled warning to competitors that ...
Another foot in the door for the online taxi firm that is looking to break into logistics. It’s a logical development, although the exact point of entry appears to be crucial. Its UberEats food delivery product has so far has failed to catch on in the five cities where it launched – Los Angeles, Toronto, Barcelona, New York and Chicago. Perhaps it will fare (double pun intended!) better in Jakarta, capital of the world’s most populous Muslim nation, where the UberBuka has partnered with 11 restaurants to deliver food to hungry consumers once each day’s fasting period has passed.
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