With the launch of the Domino Express, pizza delivery is no longer limited to just a few major US cities.
Domino Pizza has now also opened its first UK location, and has already launched an Australian store too.
According to a recent survey conducted by the UK’s Domino franchise operator, Domino was able to get a whopping 25% of the pie pie sales in the UK, and had a staggering 40% of all pies shipped out of the UK.
The company’s CEO Dominic Papas has said the franchise is optimistic about the future of pizza delivery, with the company planning to roll out more UK locations.
“Domino Pizza is on track to have 100% of pies shipped in 2019, and it’s exciting to be delivering to more cities than ever before,” he said in a statement.
“The franchisee has built its relationship with its customers by providing them with the most reliable and competitive pizza experience in the industry.”
Domino’s is also rolling out a new payment option for its customers, called ‘Dome’ in order to make it easier for them to pay for pizza delivery.
“The Dome option allows customers to choose how much they want to pay, and they will be able to choose their delivery method at any time during their order,” the company said.
With the new Domino stores, Dominos pizza delivery business has now been doubled to more than 100 restaurants in the US and Canada, according to the company.
Dominos UK operations are also looking to expand their reach across the world, and are looking to bring pizza delivery to places like New Zealand and Australia.
“We are excited to be able deliver to new places in the coming months,” Papas said.
Pizza delivery in the rest of the world is currently dominated by the US, which is dominated by Domino. “
Our goal is to open new markets, and to be ready for new markets to open up.”
Pizza delivery in the rest of the world is currently dominated by the US, which is dominated by Domino.
Domo has been expanding its pizza delivery service around the world with locations in New Zealand, Australia and Japan.
However, it has struggled to win over customers in other parts of the globe, including countries like Canada and the US.