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Co-op is expanding its use of autonomous home delivery by rolling out the service to shoppers in Northampton. The retailer says has it has ambitions to use as many as 300 robots by the end of 2021 as it looks for more towns and cities in which to operate autonomous deliveries

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Leading UK convenience retailer Co-op is partnering with Shrewsbury-based delivery specialist Zoom! 1HR to extend its online grocery ordering service to many smaller towns across both Wales and the English counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire.  Initially launching through 55 stores this month, the partnership is planned to be extended to some 200 more Co-op sites during 2021. ...
Co-op has partnered with same-day home delivery specialists, Gophr, to further expand the roll-out of its online shop in Scotland and increase the number of slots available for shoppers. The new partnership will initially go live with six Co-op stores in Glasgow this month, before rolling out to more than 50 stores in towns and cities across Scotland over the coming weeks, making thousands mor...
Co-op is investing £50m in lowering prices of everyday products and introducing a value range to help customers shopping on a budget.   The news comes two weeks after Co-op relaunched its membership offering through which top spending customers can save 150% more than the previous scheme according to Co-op calculations. Lower prices on everyday essentials From this week, prices on o...


The autonomous service will now expand to a second UK town, Northampton, serving around 5,000 households with contactless deliveries initially from the Co-op food store in Wootton Fields (NN4 6DY) serving communities in Wootton and Hardingstone, with the robots typically travelling up to three miles from the store.
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