Service taxi Bolt (previously Taxify) launches in Ukraine courier service Delivery.

According to the press service, now the Bolt driver can be called as a courier for delivery in the city of small packages and cargo that fits in the boot of the car.

Until the end of November 2019, the Delivery service will work in test regime in Kiev, but soon, as we are assured in the Bolt, it will be available in all cities of Ukraine, where the company operates.

In order to use the service, customer should choose in the application Delivery category, wait for the driver and give him the package and contact phone number of the recipient. Thus, the dimensions of the cargo must not exceed 65х55х40 see the Driver transports the cargo and waits for the recipient at destination.

In case the consignee is not in order to pick up the package, the goods are transported to special storage facilities where the sender or recipient can pick it up.

The company stressed that each package that will carry the drivers Bolt, is insured. While this may not be shipped cash, securities, weapons, drugs and explosives and other items the carriage of which is prohibited by applicable law.

“I am pleased to note that the Bolt platform is constantly evolving and expanding, offering new services to clients in Ukraine. Delivery will be another convenient and practical service. We are working on further expansion of the list of services and plan to launch the transportation of animals in the near future”, – quotes the press service of the regional Manager Bolt in Ukraine Taras Ptichego.

For the first time Тaxify start in Kyiv in 2016 under the franchise agreement. In June 2018, the company has restarted the project with its own local team, promising to go to other major cities of the country.

In early March, 2019 Тaxify rebranded, changing its name to Bolt.

Bolt is a leading European platform for ordering of home based Marcus William in 2013. Its investors – multinational carmaker Daimler, the Chinese conglomerate Didi Chuxing, the European Foundation Korelya Capital and co-founder of the British money transfer service TransferWise, Taavet Hinrikus.