GetnowX enters Polish q-commerce market


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GetnowX is a German company operating on the q-commerce market, which carries out express deliveries using small warehouses. For now, GetnowX service is available in Wroclaw, but the company plans to extend its activity in Poland to other cities such as Warsaw, Cracow, Gdansk, and Poznan.

GetnowX is another company that offers express deliveries on the Polish market, thanks to a network of dark stores, i.e. small warehouses designed to handle online orders. Couriers collect products directly from warehouses and do not have to buy them in shops. Order delivery time is 15 minutes, but with the development of the application, it is expected to be shortened even to 10 minutes.

For now, the service operates in Wroclaw, where every day from 11.30 a.m. to 10 p.m. orders can be made via the mobile application or the website. The offer includes almost all food products and daily necessities, and the company promises to expand its assortment to include alcohol, OTC drugs, and small electronics. The company has plans to make the service available in other cities such as Warsaw, Cracow, Gdansk as well as Poznan and states that it is working on a revolutionary technological solution. According to the announcements, the new solution will change the shopping delivery market.

The q-commerce market is growing not only in Poland but also in other countries thanks to the increase in demand for fast deliveries during the Covid-19 pandemic. On the Polish market, there is an instant delivery startup, Lisek, which offers its services in Warsaw and Cracow. Other delivery companies such as Uber Eats, Everli, Wolt, Bolt, or Jokr are also competing, as well as the Glovo chain, which has not only entered the q-commerce market but also plans to enable customers to order alcoholic products.

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