Getir and Gorillas Collaborate with to Expand Fast Grocery Delivery Services in the Netherlands

Getir and Gorillas Collaborate with to Expand Fast Grocery Delivery Services in the Netherlands

Fast grocery delivery pioneers Getir and Gorillas have joined forces with to provide customers in the Netherlands with an extensive range of everyday items. Following the successful launch of this collaboration in other European countries like Germany and the UK, this partnership aims to cater to the Dutch market.

The Getir range became available on in May, with Gorillas following suit this month. This expansion means that customers in all Dutch cities where operates can now enjoy the convenience of ordering from Getir and Gorillas through the app and website.

Florian Brunsting, General Manager Netherlands of Getir and Gorillas, highlighted the partnership’s objective of saving customers valuable time. By offering approximately 2,000 everyday items, including many local products, they aim to provide a win-win situation for both companies. This collaboration also grants Getir access to’s customer base, fostering growth in the Netherlands.

Gijs Weterings, director of, emphasized the platform’s commitment to expanding its offerings, from meals from local restaurants to essential groceries and fresh products. The extensive selections offered by Getir and Gorillas are seen as valuable additions to their services.

Importantly, Brunsting and Weterings noted that, Getir, and Gorillas share a common vision on important social issues. They prioritize the welfare of their delivery drivers, with all being employed, and they actively invest in road safety initiatives through partnerships with TeamAlert ( and Veilig Verkeer Nederland (Getir).

This collaboration not only enhances customer choices for quick grocery deliveries but also underscores the commitment of these companies to social responsibility and safety.

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