New move from Getir! | Economy News

Getir is making a second acquisition abroad. Announcing that it has signed binding contracts to purchase the UK’s fast delivery application Weezy, Getir aims to further strengthen its position in the country.

A move came from Getir, which recently entered the American continent from Chicago, to expand its operations in the UK. Getir announced that it is preparing to acquire the entire UK express delivery application Weezy. Thus, Getir will have signed the second acquisition abroad. Getir bought BLOK, an express delivery service operating in Southern Europe, in July.


Getir, which started its first overseas expansion in London at the beginning of the year and has been operating in 9 countries on 3 continents with its latest launch in the USA, will further enlarge its operations in the UK by incorporating around 700 employees of Weezy. Getir, which operates in a total of 15 cities including London, Liverpool, Birmingham and Manchester, will continue to grow and strengthen its position as the pioneer of the fast delivery industry in the UK, which it founded with the acquisition of Weezy.


Noting that they have achieved many successes abroad in less than a year, Getir Founder Nazım Salur said, “We started to serve in the USA, the center of technological initiatives a few weeks ago. We continue our growth abroad without slowing down. Weezy, which has managed to gain an important place in its region despite being a young startup. We believe that our way of doing business and our cultural approach are very compatible with Getir. That’s why we are adding Weezy, believing that it will make a great contribution to Getir. We are happy to make another exciting acquisition that will further strengthen our service network in the UK, one of the most important markets for us. He said we are happy.

In addition to Turkey, Getir currently provides services in England, Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal and the USA. Getir, which started its service in the United States from Chicago in the past weeks, next stops in New York and Boston.


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