Delivery Logistics Industry
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No Contact Delivery in 2020: Ensuring Safety Through Technology

This post will look at the current demand for contactless delivery, the challenges behind setting it up, and how businesses can use existing technologies to offer fast, safe, contactless delivery.

Ensuring Delivery Safety During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Here are the five key elements of maintaining delivery safety and continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Retail Storefront – The Biggest Differentiator in Today’s Delivery Game

Amazon’s announcement regarding their launch of faster same-day delivery with mini-fulfillment centers should help retailers realize the power that they have, right under their noses.

An Open Letter to Our Community During COVID-19

The safety and health of our families, communities, customers, and employees is of utmost importance to us, at Bringg, and we believe that while we adapt to a period of uncertainty, we must always remain socially responsible.

Walmart Fulfillment is a Closed Game

To compete head to head with Amazon, Walmart introduces its own fulfillment services to cater to the greater marketplace.

How Redirecting Deliveries to PUDOs Improves Efficiency and Convenience

"Businesses can easily offer better customer experiences - and reduce the heavy cost of missed deliveries - with no additional development. Here's how.

When Robots take over: Strategizing to win the Grocery Game

As online grocery continues to grow, grocers will need to ensure they can fulfill orders quickly while ensuring on-time delivery.

Together Everyone Achieves More, Collaborating to Better Compete

Using the coalition model, each player cares for its own existence but together we still share a common purpose to thrive in the Age of Amazon with ever-growing customer expectations.

5 Ways to Improve Delivery When Demand Exceeds Capacity

We’ve developed a number of capabilities to help our customers proactively tackle overflow demand and improve efficiency at scale.

The Big Apple Proposes Smaller Margins for Delivery Providers

Companies like Doordash, Grubhub, Postmates and Uber Eats have drastically changed the business models in which restaurants work. Is this a win-win proposition?

Same Day, Next Day Delivery: Micro-Logistics at a Macro-Economic Scale

The modern supply chain was built for an era of limited supply, where customers came to the retailer. However with the rise of eCommerce, supply is no longer limited, it is virtual, always available.

Modernizing Field Service to Meet Today’s Customer Expectations

A new class of digital solutions are helping field service providers meet unprecedented expectations for flexibility, speed and transparency.