Uber Partnered with Flipkart to Deliver Essentials During Covid-19 Lockdown

Uber Partnered with Flipkart to Deliver Essentials During Covid-19 Lockdown

Uber has recently banded together with Big Basket to ensure essential items are delivered to individuals during the coronavirus lockdown. Presently, the taxi giant has joined forces with e-commerce giant Flipkart to help with the last-mile delivery of essential items utilizing Uber’s armada of autos and bicycles in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.

The organization between Uber India and Flipkart was reported by the previous in a blog entry. This is Uber’s third such B2B association in the most recent week, after Big Basket and Spencer’s Retail. Uber’s organization with Flipkart to deliver essential products requested from Flipkart may get stretched out to different urban communities, anyway Uber is yet to state anything formally.




Further, Uber said that it won’t charge any commission for this administration and all the cash earned through these conveyances will be given to the drivers.

Like the past Big Basket deliveries, this time additionally the organization will act in accordance with the rules set by the legislature. All drivers related to the administration will keep up the most elevated security and cleanliness benchmarks, the Uber blog said. As of now, India has enlisted more than 4,000 thousand novel coronavirus cases with more than 100 fatalities. The focal government a month ago reported a 21-day across the country lockdown till April 14 of every offer to control the spread of the pandemic.




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