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Delivery trucks are the backbone of Australia’s delivery delivery system and the nation’s largest company, Garuda, is already making its mark in the local delivery market.
With the delivery truck service already established, Garudas new delivery service, Bento Express, will offer its customers a whole lot more to choose from, and it will also deliver the equivalent of 2.4 tonnes of groceries.
“It’s a huge opportunity for the region and it’s a great opportunity for us,” said Mr Pimco.
Mr Pima said the company had been “in touch” with customers in Bendigo and said the new service was designed to provide a more convenient and convenient option for residents. “
With the introduction of Bento and the delivery trucks, it’s going to be a massive opportunity for our local delivery network.”
Mr Pima said the company had been “in touch” with customers in Bendigo and said the new service was designed to provide a more convenient and convenient option for residents.
“Bento is a great delivery option for Bendigo,” he said.
“I think we have a lot in common with them.”
Bento is the third delivery company to launch a service in Australia, following delivery companies Aussie Express and Parramatta Express, and the Bento Truck, which launched in Melbourne in September.
Mr Pimpo said the Bentos new delivery trucks were being built in Bendigos workshop and would be on public roads for the first time.
“We’re really excited to be able to do this,” he told the ABC.
The first of these trucks will be rolled out to customers across the city of Bendigo from October 10. “
They will be available for delivery and people will be able enjoy their time with their families and they will be the ones driving around delivering the food.”
The first of these trucks will be rolled out to customers across the city of Bendigo from October 10.
The company said it hoped to have its first deliveries in the region within the next month.