Bringg and WorkWhile have launched a gig driver network to provide on-demand workers for last-mile delivery.
As e-commerce accelerated, so too did the evolution of last-mile delivery. Now it seeks to find a sustainable and profitable future.
U.K. retailer Asda is expanding its partnership with Blue Yonder and adding last-mile delivery capabilities from Bringg as it seeks to improve its omnichannel supply chain.
As fuel prices rise, the ability of last-mile delivery firms to either absorb those costs or pass them along to customers could be key to their survival.
Data collection is only part of the solution for e-commerce brands. It’s understanding what to do with that data and how much to share with customers that really matters.
The latest state of fulfillment report from Bringg finds retailers adapting to faster delivery and fulfillment demands, but many challenges continue to hamper efforts at meeting consumer demands.
Tel Aviv-based delivery platform Bringg wants to bring unprecedented flexibility to the last mile.
Cambridge Capital’s Ben Gordon details the roots of his “scrappy underdog” mentality, past investments and FreightTech’s recent defining and not-so-defining moments.
Efficiency is the key to keeping costs low and customer satisfaction high. This becomes more and more relevant as consumer expectations shift and strengthen in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bringg executive Larry Klein explains how the company’s cloud technology empowers retailers to get products to consumers faster – and more simply.
Walmart’s new white label delivery service could have far-reaching implications for the last mile.
Bringg and GoFor join forces to expand delivery capacity, coverage and customer satisfaction.
Bringg helped U.K. retailer Co-op scale its e-commerce business from 30 stores to over 800 in a year’s time — and do so in a more environmentally friendly way.
On this episode of At Your Doorstep, Kaylee Nix looks at how one company is helping shippers, carriers and intermediaries work better through cloud technology.
The use of legacy technology and the lack of real-time visibility continue to impact the ability of last-mile delivery providers to increase business, according to a Bringg report.
On this special episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? during the FreightWaves Net-Zero Carbon Summit, Dooner and The Dude talk to five corporate leaders about their companies’ initiatives to reach net carbon neutrality.
Delivery and fulfillment platform Bringg has introduced BringgGreen Sustainability Tech Practice, a suite of tools to help retailers reduce their carbon footprint through more sustainable last-mile delivery practices.
“We want to give a voice to third-party sellers,” said Bringg’s VP of Alliances.
As consumers become accustomed to same-day delivery, retailers and their delivery partners are facing increased pressure to improve the overall experience.
On this episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? Dooner and The Dude spend eight rounds talking to people from every corner of the freight industry about the roles they play in keeping things moving.
In today’s edition of The Daily Dash, we explore the relationship between TFI International and the unionized LTL carrier UPS Freight. Plus, earnings have started in earnest and so far, so good.
Bringg is now offering its retail customers the ability to leverage Uber’s vast driver fleet to help fulfill e-commerce orders.
Tech-enabled last mile is still in early innings, and there are a number of competing strategies.
Bringg is a delivery logistics startup that integrates with logistics players and also with brands, bringing them together on an open platform where they can leverage the network and serve their customers optimally.