Uber plans to launch its UberEATS food delivery service in Ukraine by the end of the year
Friday, June 29, 2018

Uber plans to launch its UberEATS food delivery service in Ukraine by the end of the year

Uber plans to launch its UberEATS food delivery service in Ukraine by the end of the year, Alexey Stakh, the company’s general manager for Central and Eastern Europe, tells Focus magazine. Stakh, who is based in Kyiv’s Podil area, says the company also plans introduce rental bicycles. To improve safety for taxi riders, Uber is introducing a security feature to its app that cuts off drivers after 12 hours at the wheel, suspending them from working for six hours.

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