The transport company Grab expands its food delivery presence in Thailand and Vietnam with the launching of GrabKitchen at Sam Yan and Ho Chi Minh.
Grab continues to widen its network. From a taxi-booking mobile app for Southeast Asia, Grab now offers food delivery and digital payments. GrabKitchen, GrabFood’s cloud kitchen network, is another proof that Grab is already the largest operator in Southeast Asia.
With that being said, GrabFood recently launched GrabKitchen in Bangkok, Thailand and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. GrabFood currently has a presence in 221 cities across six countries. According to Grab, GrabFood aspires to establish 50 GrabKitchens in five countries.
Lim Kell Jay, Head pf GrabFood said, “We see GrabKitchen as a new solution that empowers our merchants to expand and grow, and for consumers to enjoy greater access to wide variety of food.”
“GrabKitchen also represents a key growth opportunity. Taking learnings from our success in Indonesia, GrabFood is looking to scale the GrabKitchen network rapidly across the region in the coming months,” Lim added.
GrabFood first launched GrabKitchen in Jakarta, Indonesia. GrabFood was built to provide a more convenient restaurant that offers a variety of dishes to its customers. “In 2019, It is a golden year for food delivery,” Tarin Thaniyavarn, country head of Grab Thailand said.
GrabKitchen will also open soon in the Philippines and Singapore.