Deliveroo To Launch In Counties Kildare, Louth And Meath

By Dave Simpson
Deliveroo To Launch In Counties Kildare, Louth And Meath

Food delivery firm Deliveroo has announced that it will launch in counties Kildare, Louth and Meath.


Deliveroo stated, "Following steady growth throughout the first three quarters of 2021, Deliveroo, the food delivery company, has today announced that it is continuing its expansion in Ireland by launching in counties Louth, Kildare and Meath.

"This move sees the continuation of Deliveroo's expansion throughout 2021 in Ireland with the food delivery service already providing food delivery in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Wicklow.

"Deliveroo, which launched in Ireland in 2015, works with more than 1,000 self-employed riders and over 1,800 restaurants across these cities.

"This latest growth into Drogheda, Dundalk, Naas, Newbridge, and Navan will open new work opportunities for people in the local community who want the freedom to choose when, where and how to work.


"Locals will now be able to enjoy popular restaurants such as KFC, Camile Thai, Burger King and Subway delivered to their doors in as little as 30 minutes.

"Deliveroo has been a boost for local restaurants as the food delivery company helped many restaurants implement new delivery services to stay afloat when doors were closed to the public at the onset of the pandemic. By signing up with Deliveroo, restaurants can grow their business by widening their customer base and increasing sales."

Deliveroo Ireland Growth Manager Statement

Deliveroo Ireland growth manager Paddy Quinlan stated, "Deliveroo's expansion across the east is illustrative of its commitment to the Irish market. Since 2015, Deliveroo has become embedded in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway and has continued to grow with new service available in Waterford and Wicklow. And now we’re looking forward to adding Louth, Meath and Kildare to that list. In addition to creating valuable opportunities for riders, our sustained growth in Ireland will be a boost to local restaurants which will be able to reach new customers and grow their businesses through food delivery."

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