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.