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McDonald's Launches 24-Hour Delivery Service In Dalian

The American fast food giant McDonald's has launched its 24-hour delivery service in Liaoning's Dalian, where Chinese consumers can enjoy their fast food by dialing the unified order hotline 4008-517-517.

The delivery service is an extension of McDonald's traditional restaurant operation, aiming to provide consumers with convenient dining experience. McDonald's promises to deliver the food to the designated destination within 30 minutes, with exceptions for extreme weather conditions and uncontrollable factors, and no minimum spending limit will be set.

According to statements to local media by Meng Qinggang, operating director for the northeast market of McDonald's China, a market survey shows that with the further urbanization of China, the pace of life in cities is faster and time becomes more precious for people. Therefore, the launch of the delivery service just meets the demands of customers, who want to save time, improve working efficiency, and enjoy a delicious meal without going outside. This new delivery service of McDonald's has become a new growth point for its long-term development in the Chinese market.

So far, McDonald's has launched the 24-hour delivery service in 12 Chinese cities, including Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shenyang, and Dalian.

1 Comment on "McDonald's Launches 24-Hour Delivery Service In Dalian"

  1. sharni barton | January 31, 2011 at 10:38 pm |

    mcdonald should dilever coz girls need food and i think that u would get more money if u dilever were goin to die of hunger

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