Delivery Logistics Industry
Thought and Leadership

 

JD and Alibaba battle it out to win China’s delivery war

JD.com, the Chinese online retailer is raising $2 billion to fund its warehousing and delivery unit - a move that will bring it’s strategy closer to Alibaba, the country’s leading ecommerce platform.

Bringg Financing Round: Global Media Highlights

It’s been an exciting week here at Bringg as we announced our latest financing round from Salesforce Ventures, automotive leader Dr. Shmuel Harlap, and shipping and real estate magnate Eyal Ofer (via O.G. Tech Ventures).

6 Major Supply Chain Trends for 2018

2017 was an important year for delivery logistics. With e-commerce sales reaching $23 trillion in annual sales worldwide, customers are relying on better and faster deliveries for all sort of goods and services.

[Chain Store Age Webinar] 7 Steps to Building State-of-the-art Retail Delivery Operations

The webinar will present the best practices retailers need to follow in order to successfully build state-of-the-art delivery operations

Food Delivery in 2018: ‘Dining In’ is The New ‘Eating Out’

What makes this number even more interesting is that besides the delivery segment, no growth is forecasted across the restaurant industry. This means that restaurants, and chains in particular, need to quickly react to these trends and step up their food delivery efforts.

Holiday Deliveries in the US are Falling Behind as Demand Soars

Delivery companies are struggling after an explosive Cyber Monday, which saw sales soar a whooping 17% over last year

New White Paper: Modernizing Grocery Deliveries

Consumer demand for online grocery shopping is growing rapidly, bringing about radical changes in the industry. Home delivery and click & collect operations are now “must-haves” for retail grocers.

Delivery Takes Center Stage In These 4 Christmas Campaigns

With Christmas just round the corner, advertising campaigns are in full force with retailers hoping to get a piece of the action.

European (and Many Other) Retailers Fail to Meet Customer Expectations for Delivery Alternatives

A wide range of delivery alternatives is one of the most decisive factors for an e-commerce operation to succeed. Convenience and flexibility are at the heart of what makes online shopping more appealing to many customers than visiting a store.

Gartner Report: Vehicle Routing and Scheduling

A recent report from Gartner emphasizes the necessity for companies to adopt new technologies such as Bringg in order to remain competitive and improve vehicle routing in this volatile transportation environment.

7 Things Australian Retailers Must Know About Amazon’s Impending Arrival

Any day now. Amazon’s first fulfillment center in Melbourne officially opened earlier this month. The 24,000 square meter facility is now operational and, although we don’t know exactly when it will start fulfilling orders, it could be a matter of days considering that the Christmas season is just round the corner.

Bringg’s ‘Hands Free’ Technology: Faster, Safer, Better Deliveries

A feature, which has quickly been gaining popularity and traction among our customers, is the ‘Hands Free’ option on our driver mobile app.