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Mr Lin, who now orders food from three different apps, said he would continue to use delivery services even when life returns to normal. Skip to main content. With the increased competition, hungry consumers have far more choices and, in some cases, are paying less for their food deliveries. Marketplace WhyQ does not charge its vendors any commission or set-up fee either. Mr Kumar's Deliver. We are new and we want to wait and see," said Mr Kumar. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 07, , with the headline 'New players ride the food delivery wave'. To fulfil the orders on Mother's Day, the restaurant's chefs rode in private-hire cars. Who is bringing you your curry mee? Mrs Ong and two of her restaurant managers with cars make the deliveries themselves. Instead, it marks up food prices by 6 per cent. Or, to encourage consumer spending, Deliver. Branded Content.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} By contrast, GrabFood, Foodpanda and Deliveroo have their own teams of riders, numbering 10, for Foodpanda and 7, for Deliveroo. This has been a big plus for eateries which have long complained about the Big Three taking a hefty cut - up to 35 per cent - of their earnings. Riders are trained on food handling and hygiene practices and encouraged to clean and air their food storage bags thoroughly after each shift. I didn't even want to receive the food. Another is Pickupp Singapore, started by a Hong Kong-founded logistics company, which went into on-demand food delivery in March. One question that has arisen is whether these new players have the resources to ensure that food is transported safely. The chain gets seven of its staff with motorcycles to do the deliveries. He said whenever a food order is placed on Deliver. It is for this reason that some restaurants eschew the platforms and choose to carry out deliveries themselves. Even as the economy gradually opens up, with eateries possibly reopening for dining before the end of this month, some are clearly betting that the habit of ordering food online and having it delivered to one's doorstep is here to stay. A spokesman for Lalamove, which has about 8, active drivers, said the firm provides riders and drivers to at least four online delivery platforms. At Foodpanda, for instance, food must be delivered within the hour. Some of the newer platforms told The Sunday Times they do not provide any thermal bags to riders now, but plan to do so in the near future. Having more competitors is for the better. With many platforms tapping the same pool of delivery riders, it is inevitable that some deliveries are delayed or even cancelled during peak periods and special occasions, said restaurant consultant Naresh Kumar, 33, co-founder of Deliver. Instead, the new platforms tend to use third-party transport firms, such as Lalamove and taxi and private-hire companies, to carry out the deliveries. At one point, Singaporeans will return to eating at hawker centres, coffee shops and restaurants. Mr Varun Saraf left is chief executive and co-founder of WhyQ, which delivers about 3, meals daily, while Mr Ron Lee of tech firm Butleric is launching online food-delivery platform B28 at the end of this month. On another occasion, the year-old ordered wonton noodles - and was given 12 packets of crispy pork lard along with it. Restaurant worker Charles Tan from Tipsy Collective has been delivering meals after circuit breaker restrictions banned dining in at restaurants. But if it comes at a price of delays or order cancellations, then the quality of service suffers. If hawkers cannot pay a commission, WhyQ would then mark up their food prices, which are paid by the customers, said Mr Saraf. It was launched the week that the circuit breaker kicked in on April 7. Mrs Joni Ong of high-end Japanese restaurant Shinji by Kanesaka said it serves a lot of raw fish and the food would be transported in cooler boxes with packed ice. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Paying for food to be delivered to homes is unaffordable for many people, he noted, referring to the high delivery costs. If prices can't go down, only the big players will survive because they can use this business to augment their other businesses. With the influx of players, some have been slashing commissions to attract more eateries to list on their platforms. Buy4u, meanwhile, was created by four friends - a property agent, a photographer, an events company owner and a printing firm owner - whose incomes were affected by the downturn, who get other friends to deliver for them. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. Print Edition Subscribe. Aside from providing an online food-ordering platform, he intends to provide another service to eateries: analysing customer data and helping them grow their business. From left Photographer Alvin Tan, property agent Alex Ng, events company owner Ace Tan and printing firm owner Lex Tan launched online delivery platform Buy4u in the week the circuit breaker started on April 7. Usually, the restaurant has about 20 minutes to prepare the food, while Lalamove will assign a driver to pick it up. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Last month, Mr L. But during the circuit breaker period, it engaged third-party delivery services from Lalamove and Zeek to fulfil orders. WhyQ chief executive and co-founder Varun Saraf, who used to work as a management consultant, said WhyQ, which was launched in , delivers about 3, meals daily now and has since tripled its pool of workers to delivery riders and hawker captains. Its chief operations officer Lee Chee Meng said he now has a database of 11, active delivery men and women he can tap to do food-related deliveries, which range between and 3, a day. Instead, it raises food prices by about 10 per cent, and pockets the extra. In the end, I was forced to accept it. But during occasions like last month's Mother's Day, some restaurants struggled to cope with the surge in orders, while Lalamove also could not assign drivers in time, resulting in order cancellations. Around 9. To his surprise, when the food arrived, an extra box of beef on rice was tucked within the bag. For WhyQ, its staff - known as "hawker captains" - head to various food centres to collect orders from different stalls and bring the food to a distribution point at each food centre where delivery riders will pick them up. He is delighted with the greater options available - including food delivered from his favourite hawker centres, but has had a couple of bad experiences. They are also strictly reminded to never handle unpackaged food," said a spokesman. There is also the fact that eateries are not at the mercy of the Big Three, which are known for their high commission fees. It is not known how many riders work for GrabFood. It's ridiculous. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. One of the new players hoping to circumvent this is Mr Ron Lee of Butleric, which is launching B28 at the end of the month. He scrolled through using his phone and settled on three packets of curry noodles. Even major property developer CapitaLand has muscled into the game, launching last month Capita3Eats, which delivers food from eateries in its malls. In April, about 8, restaurant owners and customers signed a petition protesting against their high commission fees. Lin ordered his family's dinner online. Therefore, we have implemented a heating lamp at our packing station and we also use a thermal delivery bag," said its co-founder Derek Ong. OCBC Bank chief economist Selena Ling said: "Some competition is always good, if it drives down costs for consumers and the margin being extracted from hawkers and restaurants. Related Stories:. It has restaurants on its platform, and engages Lalamove to make deliveries. Mr Lin's experience, with a new delivery platform that sprang up in recent months to ride the surge in demand during the circuit breaker period, is indicative of the food delivery landscape today: more choices, but patchy quality. Sometimes, it is split between consumers and restaurants; at other times, restaurants may absorb it if consumers spend beyond a certain amount. Logistics are hard to manage. To deal with the challenge, Pickupp Singapore, which started out making islandwide deliveries for bakeries, florists and frozen-food sellers using its fleet of three vans, has been engaging freelancers. Joyce Lim. Beyond the Big Three players - Foodpanda, Deliveroo and GrabFood which entered the market in , and respectively - at least 10 new platforms have leapt onto the food-delivery bandwagon. Restaurant consultant Naresh Kumar is co-founder of Deliver.