US-based Domino’s Pizza has expanded its global footprint with the opening of its restaurants in Uruguay and Latvia.

In Latvia, Domino’s first restaurant was opened by master franchisee Morgacita at Deglava 100 in the city of Riga.

Morgacita chief operating officer Laura Tomkeviciene said: “We are thrilled to bring such a globally prominent brand like Domino’s to Latvia.

“We are eager to offer our delicious products, exceptional service and innovative ordering technology to our new customers. This, combined with our extremely efficient delivery and carryout, will bring much success to the Latvia market.”

Domino’s first restaurant in Uruguay was opened by master franchisee Alsea at 1163 Luis Alberto de Herrera in Montevideo.

The Montevideo restaurant has been opened in the heart of Uruguay’s capital city and features spacious seating and an inviting store interior.

Local residents will be able to avail carry-out and delivery services from Domino’s.

Domino’s International executive vice-president Art D’Elia said: “Establishing our brand in Uruguay and Latvia provides an excellent opportunity for Domino’s to continue growing globally.

“We have been on a mission to bring our delicious pizzas and unmatched customer service to more markets, including Uruguay and Latvia, and we look forward to serving new customers there.”        

Currently, Domino’s restaurants are present in more than 90 markets, and more than half of its global retail sales come from international stores.

Last month, Domino’s Pizza unveiled its plan to launch more than 800 custom-branded Chevy Bolt Electric Vehicles (EVS) in the US for pizza delivery.

More than 100 EVs will initially be rolled out across certain US franchises and company stores, with plans to introduce the remaining vehicles in the coming months.