China’s ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing is recruiting deliverymen in Wuxi, a city in southern Jiangsu province, for its new food delivery arm “Didi Waimai” (滴滴外卖 in Chinese), meaning that it’s probably rolling out take-out delivery service soon.

A job post of Didi Waimai has been circulating online since yesterday and a customer service line has been made available with regards to the recruitment. TechNode has reached out to Didi but they declined to comment.

TechNode Chinese, our sister publication, has talked with a customer service representative on the customer service line, and was told that “Didi Waimai will be available soon, but please refer to Didi’s future announcement on which cities specifically the service will be available in.”

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