The delivery platform, which has more than 80,000 members worldwide, has launched a new app that lets people order food, drinks and snacks from anywhere in the world for a fraction of the cost.
The app, called DeliverOasis, has been developed by the startup and will soon be available for iOS and Android.
Users can order food in Australia, Canada, Germany, France, the UK, United States, Italy, New Zealand, Norway and Spain.
There are plans to expand the app to other countries in the near future.
Users also have the option of ordering items via email or phone, which can be shared via social media.
Delivery Express CEO and co-founder Sam Barlow said the app allows people to order in a matter of seconds and to get a delivery that is fast, easy and hassle-less.
“There’s no waiting.
No need to wait.
You can start ordering today, anywhere,” Mr Barlow told News.co.au.
“You can be anywhere, anytime.
And we’ve got no wait.”
Customers can choose between delivery from Australia, Germany and France, as well as delivery from the UK and the United States.
It can also be ordered via email and phone, and can be sent to the US, United Kingdom and Spain via FedEx.
“People don’t get that convenience of going to a store and having a food delivery, so when we can do that, we think it’s fantastic,” Mr Barslow said.
The company has also recently launched an app that allows users to order items using a smartphone app and deliver them via FedEx and UPS.
Mr Barlow said the company was also developing an app to provide a faster way for customers to order, including through the use of an app.
“If you want to make a reservation, it’s easier and quicker than going to the store.
That’s why we’re bringing it to the app,” Mr Barrlow told News Australia.
“There’s a whole bunch of things you can do, which is why we have a number of things coming in that are going to be really useful.”
Mr Barrlow said customers could also use DeliverOasia to make grocery purchases online.
“They can check out an item on our app.
They can check it out on the app.
Or they can order it directly to their mobile device, using their phone,” Mr Braly said.
“When you go to your local supermarket, they’ll give you the app for that, so that you can order the groceries right there.”
Customers also can take delivery of items to any of the delivery hubs around the world.
Mr Blevy said the delivery service was a way for people to get more out of their delivery experience.
“It’s like going to your own grocery store and they have all these great items.
And if you’re ordering food and you’re a vegetarian, then it’s even better.
That goes to show you how much people appreciate what they’re getting,” Mr Ball said.
He said the service was also good for business, as it was an option for people who were unhappy with the prices they were paying for goods.
“The fact that it’s really free means it’s a great way to get some extra income.
It’s a way to diversify,” Mr Borlys said.
DeliveryExpress has been in the delivery business for more than two decades, having previously launched delivery service DeliverPas, a delivery app for businesses that delivered goods to their customers via courier.
Mr Borlay said the growth of the service had been “unprecedented” since its launch two years ago.
“We’re always looking to grow our service, to continue to grow the app and continue to bring in more users,” he said.
Mr Ball and Mr Brelay were joined on the stage by their daughter, Sophie, and two of their children.
Mr Barrlay said his company was working with the Prime Minister’s office to develop a program to give the country’s small businesses a boost, and that a small business owner who could use the app would be able to use the money to purchase equipment.
“What I’m really passionate about is helping small businesses.
What we’re trying to do is, we’re helping small business owners get the best equipment possible.
We’re trying, hopefully, to make the system a bit more flexible and easier to use,” Mr Bardol said.