Curry Express, a joint venture between the Shawarma Express and Curry Express and a major player in the Indian tea and coffee business, has announced that they will be bringing their curry express delivery service to India in March.
The Shawarma and Curry express delivery services are the largest Indian tea- and coffee-delivery companies and provide delivery services to customers from various parts of India.
They have been operating in the country since the early 2000s and have more than 100 locations across the country.
Curry Express delivers to Shawarma-based and Curry-based coffee shops in Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Jaipur, Surat and Kochi, along with a few other places in Kerala, Karnataka and Assam.
The company also has delivery options to other cities in the nation, like New Delhi, Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
Coffee shop owner and co-founder of ShawarmaExpress, Ankit Kumar said, “It is a great pleasure to announce that Shawarmaexpress will be offering curry express service in the national capital soon.”
He added that the service will be offered on the following terms:• Curry Express: Delivery for one to two customers from Delhi-Karnataka-Assam-Mumbai, Kerala-Maharashtra-Kerala, Gujarat-Haryana-Kannur-Madhya Pradesh, Odisha-Gujarat-Delhi-Hindi-Tamil Nadu-Uttar Pradesh.• Curry Delivery: Delivery to any Shawarma store in any location in India, including Delhi-Mansa-Khandwa-Thane-Kolkata-Guwahati-Madras-Madurai-Kapur-Mannur, Odysseys, Puducherry-Nagpur-Mankarapuram-Chandigarh-Thiruvananthapurams, Hyderabad-Thiruvallur-Vadodara-Thapar-Karagpur-Sangapatnam, Jodhpur-Bhopal-Delwakal-Kolhapur-Kamakhya-Punjab, Maharashtra-Kurukshetra-Madhubani-Delapur, Maharashtra Central-Hiligayad-Brahmaputra-Kadar-Mysuru-Kanyakumari-Nawabgarh-Gwalior-Bikaner-Gujrat-Kargil-Bijnor-Dhaka-Rajasthan-Himachal Pradesh-Kundubhai-Bihar-Kutch, Uttar Pradesh-Puducheswar-Bapur/Haryakarta-Pune-Hiromathur-Rupazhgarh, Kerala – Kerala-Bengaluru-Thakur-Lanka-Madanagiri-Kochi-Kancheepuram/MaharajapurAMANAGAR: Shawarma’s new venture into India will begin in March and it has set its target of delivery to 25,000 customers in the first week of March.
According to Kumar, Shawarma has been in talks with ShawarmaExchange since December 2017 and the service has been on their radar since then.
“The ShawaraExpress team is thrilled to be bringing this new service to the country in March, as they have been in the process of sourcing and sourcing for more and more locations.
We have worked hard to get this service in India in a timely manner, and now, we are delighted to be able to offer it to our customers,” said Kumar.
The team of ShawaraExchange is comprised of two persons – one a founder, one a product engineer.
The founder is Ajay Gupta, founder and chairman of Shawarmatex, and the product engineer is Prabhakar Gopalakrishnan.
ShawarmaExcess has been offering the service since December 2018 and has already delivered to more than 200 Shawarma shops in Mumbai.