Supermarket chain, Tuskys, has partnered with delivery startup, Sendy, to enable it make door to door deliveries for its customers. The move seeks to help curd the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, with Kenya already reporting three confirmed cases.
This is also in line with the government’s directive for people to work from home, avoid crowded places as well as encouraging cashless transactions.
Sendy is a logistics startup that offers services for e-commerce, enterprise, and freight delivery. It currently has offices in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda. The retail chain now joins a number of Sendy’s clients including Unilever, Jumia, Copia, DHL, Maersk and Safaricom.