Chauffeur service pivoting to offer grocery delivery
Another business has announced they're pivoting in order to survive the pandemic.
Rosedale Livery Ltd., a transportation company, has announced they are launching a new venture that involves delivering groceries dubbed Zum Zum.
With restrictions having been in place for much of Ontario for the majority of the last 12 months, Rosedale has seen a 98 per cent decrease in activity.
However, as many businesses have done, they have elected to adapt in order to survive.
Zum Zum will provide a grocery delivery service and online shopping platform which will allow customers to shop online from the Costco Business Centre to residents of the GTA from Oshawa to Newmarket to Burlington and everywhere between.
“We have secured a fulfillment centre, where each order is sorted into ‘pantry,’ ‘Refrigerate’ and ‘Freeze’ upon arrival in our environmentally friendly, recycled paper bags. More of our chauffeurs have stayed on the road, professionally delivering the orders and providing their touch of class," Craig McCutcheon, CEO of Rosedale Livery and founder of Zum Zum, said in a news release.
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