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The Delivery Center has one more shopping operation in Porto Alegre. The first was installed at Shopping Total in 2017 and has now opened at Bourbon Wallig.
The service provides the products of the shopkeepers for purchase online. Customers in the surrounding area order through the internet and receive the items at home in up to one hour. At the start, it counts for food operations and bookstores.
The brands that are participating are Casa DiPaolo, McDonald's, Bella Gula, Bocattino, Prawer, Nanking and Cameron Mega Store. Applications can be made by iFood, by phone or by the DTudo app itself.
- The solution has the potential to combine practicality, convenience and fast delivery at low cost to the consumer to productivity, scale gains, incremental margin and profitability for the shopkeeper - analyzes Roberto Manuel Zaffari, manager of AIRAZ, enterprise manager of Grupo Zaffari .
Delivery Center uses the malls as distribution centers, taking care of the logistics of the process. The company receives the orders, collects the items and delivery by motoboys, recalls the company's director of Strategy, Cristiane Ribeiro Mendes.
The company's goal is to have 200 delivery centers in the top 10 Brazilian capitals. The speech is to combine the expertise of the traditional trade with that of the Delivery Center, which is the online sale integrated with urban logistics.
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