RIYADH: An Indian fuel delivery startup is expanding its doorstep services to Saudi Arabia.
In a tweet, Delhi-based FuelBuddy said it would also be adding the UAE and Saudi Arabia to its list of markets as it aimed to “go global.”
Established in 2016, the app-based platform distributes fuel directly to customers wherever they are located.
“This foray into Saudi Arabia and the UAE provides FuelBuddy with access to newer geographies and customers as part of its global expansion plan,” the firm said in a statement.
In May, FuelBuddy acquired Bangalore-based on-demand fuel delivery startup MyPetrolPump — a venture owned by ANB Fuels Pvt. Ltd. — for a combination of cash and stock, making it one of the largest players in the fuel delivery sector in India.
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