Careem, the Greater Middle East & Pakistan Daily Super App, has expanded its food delivery service to Lahore. Customers can now order food directly from the food delivery section of the Careem Super app, offering them a seamless experience and multiple cooking options to suit any budget. In addition, customers can take advantage of discounts of up to 70% on their first food orders with the HANGRY promotion.
Already a successful industry in the Middle East, Careem’s food delivery service entered the Pakistani market in October 2019 from Karachi, where it has around 1,200 merchants on board. In Lahore, the service will initially cover areas near the Defense Housing Authority (DHA) with 150 merchants and will soon expand to other parts of the city.
Careem customers will find food delivery options in the Careem Super App food tile, which features a wide variety of restaurants such as The Brickhouse, Dunkin Donuts, Chop Chop Wok, Gloria Jeans, The Wok, Chinatown, Jade Cafe, The Burger Cart, English Tea House, Cosa Nostra, Uncle Testu Pakistan, Manhattan Bites, etc., where customers can pay in cash, with an in-app credit / debit card, or with Careem Pay (wallet).
The benefits of using the Careem Super app to order food include real-time tracking of orders from the interactive map and contacting Captain Careem, either directly or through our dedicated customer service centers.
Zeeshan Hasib Baig, General Manager and Country Director of Careem Pakistan, said:
“As we enter the Lahore market, our goal is to strengthen our commitment to make life easier for our customers and restaurant partners, and to create more employment opportunities for our captains. After the successful launch in Karachi, we are now delighted to provide a delivery service that focuses on choice, speed, hygiene and convenience for the people of Lahore. We believe the market has great potential for future growth and we look forward to providing our customers with incredible experiences. “
Last month, Baig also wrote an open letter to all restaurateurs, pledging Careem’s commitment to work with the industry that has suffered from the recent pandemic, bringing them many benefits, such as the collection commission. until 2021, without exclusivity or option. self-delivery.
Since its inception in 2012, Careem has always strived to simplify and simplify the daily lives of its customers and has strived to move from a carpooling company to a full Super App by expanding to other services such as Careem. Payment, catering and delivery services throughout the region.
The food delivery market in the region in which Careem operates is expected to reach approximately $ 25 billion by 2022. Careem already has more than 33 million customers on its platform and the existing logistics infrastructure through its platform. carpooling, allowing the service to grow rapidly and meet potential demand. Careem will invest more than $ 150 million in Careem Food Delivery where it operates, reflecting our commitment to create a first-class delivery service.