HORSHAM, Pa., April 18, 2023 (Newswire.com) - dlivrd, an international white-label delivery service provider, has acquired Nimble Deliveries, a U.S.-based "high-touch, customer-focused delivery provider." Nimble Deliveries specializes in the areas of small packages, catering, and routed deliveries. This move was made public yesterday on Monday, April 17.
dlivrd CEO Chris Heffernan says, "With our entry into 139 markets across the U.S. and Canada, and our newest endeavor in on-demand delivery, our acquisition of Nimble Deliveries fits with both the short-term and long-term growth strategy for dlivrd. We are beyond thrilled to seamlessly blend the companies together with the talent, knowledge, and expertise of those from Nimble Deliveries."
"We eagerly apply our proficiency in market development and scaling to a respected organization like dlivrd, which shares our dedication to recognizing drivers as unique individuals with particular talents, nurturing an inclusive environment where they can thrive and significantly contribute to our shared accomplishments," remarked Andrew Simmons, CEO of Nimble Deliveries.
About dlivrd: Founded in 2018 by CEO Chris Heffernan with a primary focus on catering delivery, dlivrd has operations in 139 markets across the U.S. and Canada, with offices in Pennsylvania and California. dlivrd is a full-service logistics platform, matching restaurant partners' orders with thousands of independently-contracted Earning Partners. In addition to their long-standing partnership with ezCater, dlivrd has satisfied direct restaurant clients in Tacodeli, Cosi, Qdoba, and Sweet Lucy's Smokehouse, among others.
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