Satellite internet provider Hughes is set to take control of a pizza delivery service that provides internet access to thousands of homes in Dublin.
The company, which has around 200 staff, plans to take the operation of the service, known as Hughes Pizzeria, into its own.
It will have a team of more than 20 people, and the operation will be run by the company’s existing staff.
Mr Hughes said: “We are a small business, so we are looking at getting into this space and doing something new.”
We have about 200 people and we have a long way to go before we are on the same level as Google or Amazon.””
We are not an established company, so there is a lot of work ahead, but it is a fantastic opportunity for us.””
It is really exciting that we are going to be the ones to provide the service.
“The Hughes company will be operating the service in Dublin, Cork, Clare and Galway.
The first of the four-person team will start in January with a pilot phase and will move to larger and more secure premises.
It is hoped that the Hughes operation will help address the demand for online shopping, as well as the increasing availability of delivery.”
The Huges Pizza Delivery service has been a real lifesaver for us, as we now have a new partner in the area to deliver our pizza,” said Hughes CEO and CEO of operations, Jim Martin.”
I am very excited about the prospect of opening the doors of the Huges Pizzerias to our customers and giving them the ability to access their own online shopping through our website.
“Mr Huges said he has been working on the project for some time.
He said:”The problem of being too big to be a local service is becoming an issue of global scale.”
It has been difficult to keep up with demand, so when we found out that we were going to have to start a small operation, we were keen to try and solve the problem.”
Mr Martin said the company will work closely with the local authorities to ensure the Hugges delivery service can continue.
“In the coming weeks we will be introducing a new service to the area,” he said.
“If you have been a customer of Hughes for some years you will not be disappointed by the service you will receive.”
Mr Higgins said the Hugis service will be an example of how a company can be both locally owned and operated.
“For us, it’s about making sure that we provide a quality service, and provide the services that people want,” he added.
Mr Martin added that Hughes will also be looking to expand into other markets.
“From a business perspective, we want to expand to other markets around the world,” he continued.
“And I am sure that when we expand, we will want to provide as many services as we can to our current customers.”
Mr Hogan said Huges plans to hire 10 people as part of the new operation.
He added: “The Hugges team are passionate about delivering the best quality delivery possible and will be delivering on that promise.”
They have been providing this service for over 10 years and will continue to do so for many years to come.
“Mr Hughes said the service will deliver high-quality service.”
Our team is very experienced, very experienced at what they do, very passionate about what they are doing and I can’t wait to get to work and start delivering the pizza delivery to people’s homes,” he concluded.