Glovo rival Stuart steps on the accelerator and expands to Seville, Malaga and Bilbao

The delivery sector is getting stronger in Spain. Stuart, one of the main rivals of the Spanish giant Glovo, continues with its ambitious national expansion plan, betting on the north and south of the Peninsula with its new operations in Seville, Bilbao and Malaga. With the expansion of its delivery model, it will expand its coverage to the Spanish population in more than a million and a half people, that are added to the more than 9.2 million users who can already receive their orders online with Stuart in Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia and Zaragoza.

These new operations, driven by a growth of the company in almost a 50% in the last year and accompanied by a strong investment, in addition to the recent openings in Valencia and Zaragoza, which reinforce Stuart’s national presence, serving nearly 11 million people in 7 cities, in response to the demand for services from large companies and chains with a presence throughout the national territory. This growth, as indicated by the company, is due to the trust placed by customers, their experience and the technology they use. Also, the coronavirus pandemic it has also favored digital commerce, advancing the digital transformation of businesses in Spain five years, according to data from ‘The Digital Society in Spain 2020-2021’.

Stuart facilitates home delivery through its own brand for large commercial chains, eCommerce and local businesses, simply and inexpensively. Stuart’s technology platform enables any type of business make deliveries in less than 30 minutes or even schedule them in 15-minute slots, according to the client’s preferences. Their services are available 7 days a week, and You only pay for the cost of the shipping that is contracted and without commissions of any kind, unlike marketplaces.

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Sturat’s chief operating officer, Ilias Allali, comments that in 2021 they have marked a milestone in the trajectory of the company in our country. “We have demonstrated our involvement and commitment to the Spanish market with the opening of new operations in our country, which translate into a better service for clients and a greater number of hires.”

Commitment that has become tangible, especially during this year, towards customers and fleets of delivery people (better known as ‘riders’). Stuart, although he considers that the content of the Rider Act does not include the needs of digital platforms or of the workers themselvess, is making efforts to adapt to the new regulatory framework, and to continue increasing the number of drivers employed.

The commitment to the Spanish market is also reflected in the recruitment of talent. The growth rate of employees in the offices in Spain has grown by 88.5% in just one year, from 61 to 115 office employees. The first quarter of 2022 will also be geared towards growth and expansion, as Stuart it plans to start operating in new Spanish cities.

In Allali’s words, “The first months of next year will continue to be marked by expansion and our vocation is to offer the best service to all our clients.” A 2022 in which Stuart will continue with its consolidation as one of the great players in last-mile delivery in Spain and in which it will continue to expand its service nationally and internationally as in previous years. In fact, it has gone from being present in 14 cities in only 3 countries in 2018, to currently operating in 113 cities in Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Poland and Portugal. And in Spain, from 2019 to today Stuart has tripled its volume of packages sent.


Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.

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