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Thursday, March 1, 2018

ClusterTruck Expands its Delivery Zone (Hello, Ohio City and Tremont)

Posted By on Thu, Mar 1, 2018 at 2:15 PM

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After studying dining trends and consumer behavior during its first few months in service, ClusterTruck has decided to expand its delivery zone. With the stated goal of keeping every trip at 10 minutes or quicker, the map is drawn intentionally tight so that food prepared in the company's kitchen lands at your curb hot and fresh. (See our recent review here.)

This "disruptive" concept seeks to outdo all other food delivery outfits by employing one key difference: They prepare their own food in a proprietary kitchen on the eastern edge of downtown.



Typical third-party delivery drivers are dispatched to a restaurant, where they have to park, walk inside, and grab an order that might have been waiting for them to arrive. Thanks to intelligent proprietary technology, ClusterTruck drivers are summoned to land the moment the food is ready.

Check out the before and after maps here:
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