Australia’s first on-demand drone delivery service, Wing, has partnered with DoorDash, to launch a drone delivery hub at Hyperdome in the City of Logan, Queensland.
The launch of this new operation at Loganholme marks another milestone in the partnership between Wing and DoorDash to provide faster, more efficient, and environmentally friendly last mile delivery options.
Flying from Hyperdome, Wing and DoorDash will help extend the potential reach of participating stores located within the centre. Customers in 17 suburbs, nine new and eight existing, will be able to access the service by searching for ‘drone’ within the DoorDash app. These suburbs include Slacks Creek, Meadowbrook, Loganlea, Edens Landing, Loganholme, Kingston, Beenleigh, Holmview, Tanah Merah, Shailer Park, Daisy Hill, Cornubia, Springwood, Waterford, Waterford West, Eagleby and Bethania.
“We’re grateful for the Logan City Council’s continued embrace of drone delivery, and support for innovation. We’re thrilled to expand on our offerings in Logan and to team up with QIC and DoorDash to support customer demands for quicker, more convenient, and environmentally conscious delivery options,” Wing spokesperson, Jesse Suskin said.
Hyperdome centre manager, Brian Turner said, “By bringing drone delivery to Hyperdome in Logan, we can help retailers harness another avenue of business while improving the shopping experience for our customers.”
DoorDash Australia general manager, Puji Fernando added, “DoorDash is committed to providing the best delivery options to our customers. We are excited to announce this new service from QIC’s Hyperdome in Loganholme in conjunction with Wing. Drone delivery has become a great experience for our customers in Ipswich and we are excited to expand our service within Queensland.”