Swiggy, Dunzo tie up with wholesalers to power their hyperlocal delivery operations

Dunzo and Swiggy’s partnership with wholesalers will help them in keeping a track of the stores’ inventory, which was not possible in the case of Kirana stores partnerships.
  • vaishnavi News Editor
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Food delivery company Swiggy and personal concierge startup Dunzo have partnered with wholesale stores to power their hyperlocal delivery operations.

Dunzo and Swiggy’s partnership with wholesalers will help them in keeping a track of the stores’ inventory, which was not possible in the case of Kirana stores partnerships.

Earlier this month, Food delivery major Swiggy forayed into the Dunzo’s hyperlocal delivery space with the introduction of its Swiggy Go vertical.

The company earlier said in a statement, “Swiggy Go was designed to keep up with today’s modern, busy lifestyles that are ruled by tasks, chores and to-do lists.”

The company’s Swiggy Go vertical launch came after the roll out of its Swiggy Stores, earlier this year. Swiggy Stores enable users to place orders from nearby stores to be delivered to their place.

Swiggy store service was initially available in Gurugram. But now, the firm claims to be partnering with over 3,500 stores in the national capital region, including merchant-partners such as Ferns and Petals, Le Marche, Needs Supermarket, Licious, Zappfresh, MomsCo, Apollo and Guardian Pharmacy. This service is likely to drive the stores’ order volumes.

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