With the aim of reducing the unemployment rate in other governorates, the leading Egyptian delivery company, Otlob, announced on Monday widening its services in Tanta and Mansoura, offering 200 vacancies for delivery pilots in both governorates.
The announcement came as part of the company’s plan to combat unemployment, which targets expanding to all the governorates by the end of 2020. The company managed to hire 200 delivery pilots so far, with the recruitment process still ongoing.
“We are applying the expansion plan for 2020, which includes serving areas outside of the 26 cities we are already serving,” said Karem Al-Olaby, Otlob’s marketing manager in a statement.
El-Olaby explained that the expansion plan includes launching Otlob in new governorates, and upgrading in the other 26 active cities.
“We are planning to add more restaurants across the cities, and to employ a larger number of delivery pilots in order to deliver food faster and in better quality,” he said.
He further explained that the company is planning to include the option of tracking delivery pilots from the moment they take the order from the restaurant until delivered.
So far, Otlob has over 4500 restaurants from across the country, and plans to cover 100% of them by the end of 2020.