BEIJING — Beequick promises customers one-hour delivery of snacks, beverages, liquor, coffee and fruit, which it sources from local convenience stores, according to a NACSonline.com.

The company is a China-based app startup, noted the article. It has received more funding to continue an expansion of its network of c-stores.

Beequick currently partners with more than 10,000 stores, stated the article. It makes more than 30,000 deliveries each day.

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Generic stores not part of the larger chains like 7-Eleven and Q-Mart make of the largest portion of the company’s network, reported the article.

China has many on-demand delivery services like Beequick, but the company is the only one that uses a large, existing c-store network, shared the article.

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