Posted by : Aahil Shaik Friday, May 8, 2020
Uber Eats exits Saudi Arabia, Egypt and hands over UAE operations to Careem
Uber Eats food delivery platform has closed its operations in Saudi Arabia and Egypt with immediate effect and about to hand over it to United Arab Emirates operation to Careem now later in the month. Most Viewed : Repatriation flight return Dubai after woman on board delivers baby
As per the email from Uber Eats vice president, he revealed the plans, later it was confirmed from the spokesperson of Uber Eats, and the users of Uber Eats app are unavailable to order in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia revealed Hotelier Middle East.
- According to the email, Uber Eats did not grow quickly enough in the Saudi markets and we don't see them as path to profitability. Trending : Private companies asking India to allow repatriation of more Indians from Saudi Arabia
- In the year 2019, Uber Eats appointed Assad Nauman as GM to lead its expansion in the Kingdom, which had seen it entering into Riyadh, Jeddah, Makkah, Madina and Dammam since 2018.
- Careem, which is owned by Uber, will take over Uber Eats operations in United Arab Emirates and already has its own food delivery app as Careem Now, which will take over operations. Read : 96% of ICU beds remains empty in Saudi Arabia, We hope it will be like this
- According to the sources Uber Eats has closed down a number of other markets including Honduras, Romania, Ukraine and Czech Republic.