Delivery app delivery express will launch in Sydney on Thursday, July 16, 2018.
It will be available to download for free, and users will be able to book a private delivery service via its app or through the app’s website.
Delivery app delivers a delivery service for an apartment, restaurant or shop.
It is currently available in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, but is expected to launch in Perth in the next few weeks.
“Delivery app delivery will allow customers to book delivery from a safe distance and in a safe manner,” the company said in a statement.
Delivery app delivered the first delivery service in Australia in February 2017.
Users can book private delivery services using the app or the website, as well as via the app, to pick up their next meal, or pick up the groceries they need.
The app currently supports all major delivery services in the region, including Amazon Prime, Uber, DHL, AirBnB, Ovi, Ovo, Sixtel, Postmates, Onda, Gilt and Waze.
On its website, Delivery app said it has a team of 10 people dedicated to delivery.
It said delivery app delivery service is a one-stop-shop for delivery to a range of destinations including schools, churches, cinemas, workplaces, cafes and homes.
In Australia, Deliveroo and Deliveroo Express are the only other delivery service providers that currently operate in the country.
It is currently the only delivery service that delivers to schools.
Australia is a big market for delivery services, with a total of 1.2 million deliveries in the first half of 2019, up from about 1.1 million deliveries the same period last year, according to a report from Deloitte Australia.
Deliveroo has also seen an increase in its business, with sales increasing by 12 per cent in the 12 months to June.