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QueueCut is not only a zero-fee delivery platform, but also an eat-in and self-pickup ordering system.

Aries Chan, owner of Nasi lemak stall The Coco Rice, has found QueueCut’s to-go and dine-in options even more convenient for her customers.

“The eat-in option is very convenient,” she says. “This allows customers to skip the lines and pay online.” She adds that it also helps save time, as they only have to order and pick up their food from the stall. .

The app does not require customers to meet a minimum order value for delivery. Yip believes he can appeal to single diners who don’t reach $10 to $15 minimum orders on other platforms.

Consumers will be charged a 20 cent platform fee when using the app for self-pickup orders. When you order food delivery, we charge a platform fee of 10% of the order value.

In the near future, he plans to launch a rider app. He recruited a small team of four of his riders to focus on Punggol and Sengkang. Yip said the area has a high concentration of young families who are more likely to order food delivery.

For deliveries to other parts of Singapore, QueueCut has partnered with on-demand delivery service Lalamove.

Orders fulfilled by QueueCut riders will cost between $4.50 and $4.80 shipping, while orders fulfilled by Lalamove will cost $10 or more.

Yip says the company keeps costs down with a small team and lean operations. The company currently consists of about 10 employees. If the business in Singapore is successful, Yip hopes to expand into his home country of Malaysia.

“Some merchants have never used other shipping platforms before because of the high fees, but since we offer a free platform, they have nothing to lose and are willing to try,” said Yip. says.

For more information on how to become a merchant with QueueCut, please visit: Revolutionizing the Food Industry: His App Eliminates Merchant Fees and Offers Low Prices to Customers

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