With these deals, Zomato will target restaurants across the country that do not otherwise deliver. However, the firm did not disclose the sum it has invested.
"We have unequivocally the largest restaurant base in India and we will work closely with Pickingo, Grab, and Delhivery to improve the last-mile delivery experience for users placing orders online on Zomato," Zomato Founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal said.
So far, restaurants have been delivering on their own, but with this partnership, Zomato will also be able to target restaurants across the country that don't otherwise deliver, he added.
The company is also launching an online ordering service in Dubai, Australia and South Africa later this month.
Commenting on the partnership, Delhivery Founder & CEO Sahil Barua said, "Delivery logistics for restaurants have always been a challenge, and we believe the technology-first approach will help simplify operations for them, as well as enrich customer experiences."
Founded in 2008, Zomato has raised a total of USD 163 million till now in funding and has a presence across 22 countries.


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