Mobility major will expand its quick commerce service by building a network of 500 dark stores

Bengaluru, NFAPost: Mobility major Ola plans to expand its quick commerce service, Ola Dash, by building a network of 500 dark stores spread across 20 cities in the next six months.

Ola Dash currently services nine cities (Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Jaipur and Lucknow) through its ‘Store to Door’ service in 10 minutes, spread across 200 dark stores, offering an assortment of over 2500 SKUs. Ola aims to grow the business, taking the order size to more than 500,000 per day by the year end.

Ola Chief Marketing Officer Anshul Khandelwal said, “Ola has been a leader in the on-demand mobility business for more than a decade. Our advanced geolocation tech, coupled with the very low cost of customer acquisition, gives us a unique advantage in bringing the benefits of mobility to all. Our quick commerce service is an essential part of our connect with customers as they rely on technology and online service to fulfill their daily needs. Over the next few months, we will be expanding our reach and presence to more cities and customers.”

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