Mr Delivery

About Us

Since the first Mr. Delivery outlet opened in May of 1992 in Sea-Point in the Western Cape, the company has expanded at an unforeseen pace. Mr. Delivery now has 48 branches and delivers an impressive 1.1 million deliveries nationwide a year.

A recent change of ownership has catapulted Mr. Delivery forward dramatically. As pioneers in the multiple restaurant and service delivery concept, the company is always on the forefront of new developments.

Our cutting-edge approach has made us leader in home delivery, created numerous media opportunities and allowed us to diversify and expand into completely new areas. Our belief in an uncompromising level of service to both customers and suppliers, allows us to constantly reach new heights.

At Mr. Delivery we value ‘PRESSHA’: Punctuality. Responsibility. Efficiency. Service. Simplicity. Honesty. And Accountability. It’s how we build long-term relationships and ultimately brands.

We were first and always will be.

We pride ourselves in doing things right the first time, but if by chance you have a complaint, query or compliment we’d love to hear about it in person, that way we can sort it out ASAP. Please contact us on 0861 85 85 85 and let us know what’s on your mind.

 

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Phone: 0861 85 85 85
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