Given the current situation in South Africa, the increasing need for grocery and essential goods being delivered has never been more. Quench reveals its expansion plan.
THE SECRET IS NOW OUT.
The Managing Director of Quench, Liam Mccreedy has said “whilst this was a well-kept secret for the past five months, Quench has been planning and developing the infrastructure to expand its product offering into groceries and essential goods”. The timing couldn’t have been more perfect.
The reason for their expansion was simple:
- Food retailers constantly felt the need to partner with an e-commerce partner and have been reaching out to Quench for a while now
- They wanted to offer their loyal Quench user base more convenience and a wider product offering for them to choose from
- They wanted to ensure that all their drivers have deliveries to execute, as alcohol and groceries have different peak ordering times.
“While we have always had strong ties to the Spar group, it was evident that Checkers 60 60 was going to show no mercy, we decided to empower our independent Superspar partners”, says Mccreedy.
While the expansion to groceries is a major development for Quench, it does not stop there. They will soon be adding pharmaceuticals, alongside groceries and essential goods.
During this lockdown period Quench ensures that all their drivers have the necessary documentation whilst in transit. They will be doing everything in their power to help South Africans order their groceries and essential goods to their door, while customers navigate this uncertain time dealing with the Covid 19 pandemic. Quench has been certified by CIPC to operate during the lockdown period.
Quench will start delivering groceries and essentials from the first week in April. They will be operating out of 10 locations across Cape Town, Johannesburg and Pretoria. They plan to expand to their full capacity by the beginning of June (nationwide).
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