bp and Uber Partnership Drives Delivery Growth

bp and Uber are announcing a new global strategic delivery partnership to reach more consumers across the world. Together, the partners will offer a range of convenience products from select retail locations.

bp is the first convenience retailer to team up with Uber Eats on a global level. The partnership supports bp’s goal of expanding its delivery footprint in response to the growing demand for home delivery of food, groceries and everyday essentials.

“We’ve seen how the pandemic has accelerated customer demand for delivered convenience and this partnership will allow us to scale up quickly on the Uber platform. And for the first time, we will be able to offer delivery options to existing customers on our own BPme app by the end of 2023," said Emma Delaney, executive vice president customers & products, bp.

bp sites offer a range of products tailored to local markets which may include hot and cold drinks, food-for-now options as well as staple groceries, fresh produce and ready meals, plus wine, beer and flowers.
Uber Eats and bp will work to introduce delivery options onto bp’s app, BPme, powered by Uber Direct. This new offer will allow bp to directly connect its customers to delivery riders, making Uber Eats the fulfilling partner. The BPme app currently has 16 million active loyalty users worldwide.

Says Pierre Dimitri Gore-Coty, Uber’s SVP of Global Delivery, “We are proud to support this next phase of the company’s convenience growth through this delivery partnership and look forward to deeper collaboration in the future.”

bp and Uber already work together in mobility with bp providing electric vehicle charging for Uber’s ride-hail drivers. The companies will explore other areas for future cooperation, including opportunities to utilize low-carbon delivery methods to fulfill orders from bp sites.
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