Thursday, September 24, 2020

GrabExpress Goes Regional To Aid Consumers Amid The ECQ

GrabExpress Goes Regional To Aid Consumers Amid The ECQ

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Grab, the leading everyday app, today launched its GrabExpress delivery services in Iloilo, Davao, Pampanga, and Bacolod. The expansion of GrabExpress aims to help more Filipinos get their essential needs, and allow delivery-partners and small businesses to thrive despite the ongoing enhanced community quarantine in the country.

Grab users can avail of two services:

GrabExpress Instant, an on-demand delivery service that allows users to send essential items such as food, medical supplies, and essential documents instantly with real-time tracking. For small businesses that require delivery of multiple orders, GrabExpress Instant has a Multi-Stop Booking Feature that lets them add up to 7 destinations under 1 GrabExpress booking, and a Multi Concurrent Booking Feature that allows up to 10 GrabExpress bookings at the same time.

GrabExpress Pabili – Formerly known as Grab Assistant, GrabExpress Pabili is an on-demand concierge / pabili service that lets consumers buy up to P2000 worth of items from their chosen store without having to go out of their homes. GrabExpress delivery-partners go to the location to purchase the items and deliver it straight to their doorsteps.

To safeguard communities, GrabExpress delivery-partners will strictly adopt contactless delivery by keeping at least one meter distance when delivering the order. Consumers are encouraged to use cashless transactions for full contactless experience and safer transactions.

The GrabExpress services are now available in Iloilo City, Davao City, specific locations in Bacolod including Bacolod City, Talisay City, Silay City, and in Angeles and Mabalacat Pampanga. It is also currently operating in major cities in Metro Manila and Cebu. All GrabExpress services are insured.

For more information about its operations, visit: www.grab.com/ph/blog/grabexpresscities/.

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