Thursday, September 14th, 2017
DPD Estonia has launched a groceries home delivery service in Estonia, working in association with the retailer Prisma.
Rainer Rohtla, CEO of DPD Estonia, said: “I am pleased that we are introducing the food delivery service in cooperation with Prisma Peremarket – one of the fastest growing retail chains in Estonia. This is a solid foundation for promoting the online purchasing of groceries.”
The service is currently offered in and around the city of Tallinn (from Harku to Muuga), with DPD couriers making deliveries from Monday to Sunday. All orders placed through the ePrisma environment before noon are delivered to customers the same day.
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