Uber Eats, the largest international delivery app will withdraw from a total of 8 countries the Czech Republic, Egypt, Honduras, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and Uruguay.
Uber Eats, which was the most downloaded food and grocery delivery service worldwide in March and April according to AppAnnie’s report directed to Restaurant Dive, has decided to withdraw from 8 countries. The firm will end its activities in The Czech Republic, Egypt, Honduras, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine and Uruguay from June 4. As Restaurant Dive reported, the firm continues its workspaces with higher-performing countries and last withdrew from South Korea in 2019 and transferred the business in India to Zomato practice. However, the firm, which supports restaurants in the countries in which it works, ended the customer delivery fee and starting to work with the daily fee and by doing that the firm supports both restaurants and speeds up cash flow.