Bolt Food Launches Scheduled Delivery Service In Malta

Bolt Food Launches Scheduled Delivery Service In Malta

Bolt Food has unveiled a new feature for its Malta customers, allowing them to place scheduled food orders. This feature provides added convenience, especially when restaurants are fully booked, closed, or if there’s a shortage of available delivery couriers.

Kamran Samadli, Bolt Food Country Manager for Malta, expressed excitement about the launch, highlighting the benefits it brings to restaurants, couriers, and customers. He explained how this feature enables restaurants to optimize their orders by planning kitchen operations more effectively, couriers can better plan their deliveries throughout the day, and customers can access their favorite meals and groceries whenever they want.

This scheduling feature extends to Bolt Market, offering an even more streamlined grocery delivery experience.

Using the scheduling feature is straightforward. Customers simply select their desired items from a restaurant or Bolt Market grocery store as usual. Then, they can choose the “Schedule order” option for delivery and specify the date and time they’d like their meal or groceries to be delivered.

With this new feature, Bolt Food aims to enhance the overall user experience and provide greater flexibility for its customers, making it easier than ever to order food and groceries on their own terms.

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