Logistics and Delivery Insider

February 2018

Edition One

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Logistics and Delivery Insider

News, trends and insights about
the logistics and delivery industry

Cutting the Middleman: The Growth of Direct-to-Consumer
Leading brands that used to rely solely on partners to distribute their products are now embracing Direct-to-Consumer sales. D2C can be a powerful distribution channel and has the added benefit of full control over the supply chain, and therefore also full control of the overall brand experience. Learn more about how entire industries are either already being re-shaped or gearing toward the D2C approach.
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Silicon Republic
23 AMAZING START-UPS FROM TEL AVIV TO WATCH

Bringg was listed as one of the 23 top start-ups worth watching in Tel Aviv. READ MORE

Supply Chain Brain
VIDEO: INNOVATIONS IN LAST-MILE DELIVERY

Tamir Gotfried, GM, Americas at Bringg weighs in on the challenges facing e-commerce retailers and the technologies that are helping to solve the “last-mile” challenge. WATCH NOW

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NextGen Supply Chain: How Crowdsourcing is Transforming the Face of Final Mile Delivery


The rapid growth of ecommerce and fast-changing consumer expectations require delivery companies to think and act out of the box. To win in tomorrow’s final mile market, carriers will not only need to handle record-peak volumes, but also master same day, on-demand, and night-time delivery.
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www.nrn.com

Delivery Poses Conundrum for Restaurants


Delivery remains the Rubik’s Cube for most restaurants. Faced with consumers demanding more convenience and growing options among third-party courier services, many big restaurant companies said they were struggling to make the economics work and even veteran pizza brands were assessing the delivery landscape.
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Solving the ‘Final 50 Feet’ Delivery Challenge


Researchers are joining major retailers, logistics firms, city transportation and others to reconsider last-mile delivery systems. These parties are searching for new approaches as cities become more crowded, traffic slows, and consumers demand faster delivery of their e-commerce purchases.
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www.supplychaindigital.com

Logistics in 2018 will Be a War of Tech vs. Economics, and That’s Great


Logistics management can be rewarding, satisfying, and lucrative – but for companies and consumers alike, it’s still only a means to an end. The end is profit and happy consumption. And in 2018, the logistics industry will confront many challenges in delivering both.
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January 2018

Edition One

Bringg | The Delivery Logistics Platform

Logistics and Delivery Insider

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Bringg Announces $22 Million Series B Round Following Strong Deal Traction with International Brands
“Salesforce Ventures is committed to investing in technology that extends our offerings and makes our customers even more successful,” said Alex Kayyal, EMEA Head, Salesforce Ventures. “As a leading delivery logistics platform, Bringg will help our customers create more competitive delivery ecosystems that result in faster, more affordable deliveries for their customers –
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7 Steps to Building State-of-The-Art Retail Delivery Operations
Date: Tuesday, Jan 30, 2018
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Achieve Restaurant Delivery Excellence Using In-house Resources
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Recapping a Year of Supply Chain Trends


In 2017, there was a lot of talk about innovation, digitalization, and disruption. Taking a look back at this discussion can provide some direction for the coming year for organizations both large and small.
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Convenience and value will prevail in 2018


But what will be new for the industry this year? Here’s what to expect: Convenience above all.
Consumers, who will be more pressed for time than ever, will make convenience their top priority.
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www.inboundlogistics.com

What’s the difference between supply chain visibility and transparency?


Supply chain visibility is what you actually know; transparency is what you are willing to share with your partners. Don’t assume a supplier or customer is deliberately obscuring information when, in fact, they don’t have that information in the first place.
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www.benzinga.com

6 Ways Amazon’s European Business Will Likely Be Different Than The US


The European apparel market will be “more difficult” for Amazon to break into compared to the U.S. market. Amazon is “less fashionable” in Europe than in the U.S., and only has agreements with “hundreds” of brands versus competitors that have agreements with thousands.
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Food Delivery in 2018: ‘Dining In’ is The New ‘Eating Out’
“According to NPD, 50 percent of dinners purchased from restaurants these days are consumed at home, and this number is only expected to grow in 2018. As Bonnie Riggs, analyst for NPD sums it up: “the most popular place to eat out this year will be our home.”
Upcoming Events!

GARTNER SCM WORLD LIVE
February 4th-8th, MIAMI

Bringg’s CEO was invited to give a speech at this exclusive forum for SVPs and VPs of Supply Chain where he’ll be talking about the new rules for supply chains in the customer-centric era.

If you’d like to meet at the event, please contact us.

NEXT GEN CUSTOMER DELIVERY
February 7-9th, DALLAS

Bringg’s GM will be giving the morning keynote at this event for senior supply chain, operations, logistics and fulfillment executives where he’ll be discussing the key steps to building state-of-the-art delivery operations.

If you’d like to meet at the event, please contact us.

 

 

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As e-Commerce Grows, Fulfillment Centers May Be Out of Reach for Some Retailers


As demand for online shopping grows, the price of large land parcels where retailers often site fulfillment centers has skyrocketed, according to a report from real estate firm CBRE cited by CNBC.
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www.supplychaindigital.com

How Companies can Embrace Digital Disruption


Traditional players in the logistics industry risk becoming irrelevant unless they embrace change in order to deliver more customer-centric services. Supply Chain Digital examines the findings of a new report by Accenture.
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www.quickbitemagazine.com

Expansion of the Pizza Delivery and Takeaway Industry


The Pizza Delivery and Takeaway industry has expanded rapidly over the past five years,” say data analysts IBISWorld, buoyed they say by increasing consumer preference for convenience and affordability.
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www.logisticsmanager.com

Transports of Delight


Transport is a competitive business and it’s no surprise that logistics operations have always looked to transport management technologies to save money and operate more competitively. “Operational visibility is everything,” says Steve Collins, director of Fargo Systems.
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