According to a report in the Lebensmittel Zeitung newspaper, the Turkish fast delivery service Getir could stop operating in Germany. The decision could come at the end of May and would also affect other foreign markets such as Great Britain, the Netherlands and the United States.

As reported by the newspaper Lebensmittel Zeitung, an important meeting of the Getir board of directors took place at the beginning of April. During this meeting, the main investor Mubadala Investment proposed the possible withdrawal strategy from the aforementioned foreign markets.

Focus on the Turkish market: Getir apparently wants to change its strategy

Getir has not yet made a final decision. However, the company highlights its flexibility and has committed to informing the public about future decisions. The company cites its focus on the Turkish domestic market as the reason for the possible withdrawal.

Plans to take over competitor Flink appear to be on hold for now. Getir will update you on next steps in the coming weeks. The “Lebensmittel Zeitung” will continue to report on these events.

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