Deliveroo and Gojek to Revolutionize Food Delivery in Singapore!


Deliveroo and Gojek have teamed up to create a powerful partnership, aiming to provide increased value and enhanced experiences for users in Singapore. The long-term agreement will bring extensive new benefits and cross-platform savings to both Deliveroo and Gojek users. Additionally, they plan to work together on joint initiatives to foster customer loyalty and offer better earning opportunities for drivers and delivery riders.

“As two of the leading providers in on-demand services, joining forces with Deliveroo makes a lot of sense for us,” says Lien Choong Luen, general manager of Gojek Singapore. “This partnership will not only bring additional value and exciting new benefits to customers but will also help to provide increased earnings opportunities for our driver-partners,” he adds.

Amidst the challenging economic climate and rising costs, this partnership comes as a ray of hope for their drivers, riders, and merchant partners in Singapore. Both companies are committed to being platforms of good, not just for consumers, but for all stakeholders.

Jason Parke, general manager of Deliveroo Singapore, emphasizes their commitment to enhancing consumer offerings and providing greater visibility to Deliveroo merchants. “We have identified these synergies with Gojek as we work towards our mutual goal of providing convenience, value, and the best service to our partners,” he states.

To celebrate the partnership, users on both platforms can enjoy discounted rides and food each month, along with additional savings and rewards from August 1st.

Furthermore, this news comes in the wake of Grab’s acquisition of Trans-Cab, one of Singapore’s largest taxi operators. Grab will acquire 100% of the shares in Trans-Cab, including its taxi and car rental business, maintenance workshop, and more than 2,500 vehicles in its fleet.

“We are confident this deal protects the future of our taxi drivers,” says Jasmine Tan, general manager of Trans-Cab. “Grab’s industry-leading tech will help our taxi drivers drive more productively and safely while serving their passengers better. We are entering this deal with full assurance that Grab will do their best to safeguard the livelihoods of our taxi drivers.”

The food tech industry is witnessing exciting collaborations and acquisitions that promise to revolutionize the way we experience food and transportation services.

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