Domino’s And Benzina Zero Announce Partnership
Domino’s Pizza has announced a new partnership with Benzina Zero after completing successful trials of the Benzina Zero Duo electric moped within a number of stores. The partnership will further enhance Domino’s goal to be the most sustainable food delivery business around Australia and NZ.
“By utilising the Benzina Zero’s Duo electric moped we are not only able to deliver our pizza more sustainably, but we are also able to provide additional efficiencies and cost reductions to our franchisees”, says Earle Strong, Head of New Equipment from Construction, Supply & Service, Domino’s supply company. “We started this journey sourcing the right electric delivery moped around three years ago with many not fit for purpose and it has taken a long time to find the right solution. We now have that solution, and we are excited to work closely with Benzina Zero on the delivery of the electric Duo moped within our network”.
“We are thrilled to be able to work with Domino’s, a leading global brand and the largest food delivery business within Australia, by assisting them to achieve their goals for last mile sustainability”, says Joe D’Ercole, Chief Battery Charger at Benzina Zero Australia. “As the challenges for last mile delivery are universal, we look forward to supporting Domino’s both here and internationally where possible. Additionally, for each electric moped delivered in Australia and around the world, our partnership will contribute to the Benzina Zero 1m2 Project, a land regeneration program in Australia to facilitate additional environmental support.”
The benefits of this new partnership include:
- Providing the latest Zero Emission Last Mile Delivery vehicles to stores across Australia and New Zealand
- Higher delivery efficiency and costs savings for franchise network
- Contribution to the 1m2 Project Land Regeneration in Australia
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