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Hesburger to start cooperation with 2 new delivery cos in Estonia

With the Estonian food delivery service provider Fudy ceasing its operations this month, the Finnish fast food chain Hesburger has decided to switch its delivery services in Estonia to both the Wolt and Bolt delivery platforms.

“The decision to collaborate with two service providers stems from the desire to see if the accessibility of our services and products would improve even further,” Renata Putrimiene, manager of Hesburger’s international home delivery services, said.

Hesburger is a family-owned company established in Finland in 1966 by Heikki and Kirsti Salmela. In Estonia, the company operates 49 restaurants, employing over 700 people.

Last year, Hesburger celebrated its 26th year of operation in Estonia. The company’s total turnover in the three Baltic countries was 128.5 million euros, with Estonia accounting for 38.3 million, Latvia 43.1 million, and Lithuania 47.1 million euros.

Source: BNS

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