Uber Eats, the world’s largest food delivery network announced the expansion of its operations in five more cities in India – Tiruchirappalli, Surat, Nashik, Ludhiana and Mysore. In the last 6 weeks, Uber Eats expanded its operations to 11 cities across the country. Since its launch in May 2017, the focus of the business has been to take the service to newer cities.
Uber Eats has more than quadrupled the number of orders in the last three months and records nearly 50% month-on-month growth. Currently the service has the strongest presence in the south of India with Vijayawada and Madurai being the first two cities where Uber Eats launched before the Uber rides business
“India continues to be the fastest growing market for Uber Eats in the Asia Pacific region and globally. As urbanization picks up in the country, we look for opportunities to take our service to newer cities and expand our network, especially in Tier 2 cities, which we believe, offer tremendous potential for the food tech industry. We look forward to continue to learn from our experience in India and make food ordering effortless for everyone” said Bhavik Rathod, Head of Uber Eats, India
With these launches, Uber Eats will be available in 28 cities in India.