Deliveries in 10 min: Big Bet from c to Continue Growth in Mexico!


Faster and more efficient deliveries is the new objective of Rappi, one of the most used apps in the country, said its new CEO in Mexico, Teresa Gutiérrez .

“Through innovations in technology, allocation and logistics with allies, delivery times are getting faster. With RappiTurbo our deliveries are on average in 8.3 minutes thanks to the closeness and operation that we have implemented”, he stated.

With more than 100,000 businesses registered on its platform, 45% are SMEs, making efficient deliveries is a challenge, he explained.

He explained that RappiTurbo , with which the products are delivered in less than 10 minutes at home, has had one of the most relevant growth within the various verticals that the platform operates, ranging from pharmacy, supermarket, pets, restaurants, liquor, clothing stores, among others.

Between 2021 and 2022 alone, RappiTurbo sales grew 485%. For the proper functioning of this vertical, today the company has more than 70 darkstores in the four main cities of the country.

In fact, last year, Rappi experienced a tremendous expansion in Mexico: of the 110 cities that it operates today, more than half were opened in 2022 and first half of 2023 Rappi is focusing on consolidating them.

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