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[Forbes] CPG Giants, Desperate For Growth, Seek Out Once-Unthinkable Tie-Ups And Push M&A To 15-Year High

Top global CPG companies are becoming more tech savvy and investing in high-tech startups, according to the OC&C study. Coca-Cola, for instance, has invested in Israeli delivery logistics technology startup, Bringg.

[Forbes] Playing To Its Strengths: Why Walmart Must Focus On Its Stores And Logistics

Walmart has announced the creation of a new delivery service named Spark Delivery that will be piloted in New Orleans, LA and Nashville, TN. If the pilot is successful, consumers will see the delivery service rolled out to more metropolitan areas later this year.

[Techcrunch] Walmart partners with delivery logistics platform Bringg on last-mile grocery delivery

Walmart announced on Wednesday a new last-mile delivery pilot program, called Spark Delivery, which focuses on fulfilling customers’ online grocery orders. The retailer is working with delivery logistics platform Bringg, a company that offers an Uber-like or Amazon-like level of visibility to retailers’ delivery operations.

[Supply & Demand Chain Executive] Bringg Awarded Top 100 Best Supply Chain Projects for 2018

We're proud to announce that Bringg has received the SDCE 100 award from Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. This prestigious list highlights the best enterprise supply chain projects of the year, and we were honored for our project with The Coca-Cola Company.

[Supply Chain Game Changer] Cutting out the Middleman: The Growth of Direct-to-Consumer!

Leading brands that once upon a time relied solely on partners to distribute their products are now embracing Direct-to-Consumer sales, which can be a powerful distribution channel with the added benefit of full control over the supply chain, and therefore also in full control of the overall brand experience.

[Tech Crunch] Panera Launches Nationwide Food Delivery Service

Panera today is jumping fully on the on-demand food delivery bandwagon. The restaurant chain this morning announced the nationwide launch of its delivery service, which will reach 897 cities and 43 states across the U.S. The service continues to be powered by the delivery startup Bringg, the delivery logistics platform that raised an additional $12 million in funding earlier this year.

[Inbound Logistics] Bringg Selected as Top 100 Logistics IT Provider

Bringg was selected as a top 100 Logistics IT provider by Inbound Logistics magazine. IL editors research capabilities, then select 100 technology providers offering solutions designed to meet business logistics managers’ supply chain challenges.

[Press Release] Bringg Adds Auto-Dispatch To Its Delivery Logistics Platform, Helping Businesses Improve On-Time Deliveries by More Than 50%

First auto-dispatch deployments with leading restaurant chain lowered dispatcher workloads by up to 70%, as a result of automatically distributing orders to drivers in real-time.

[Supply Chain Brain] Innovations in Last-Mile Delivery

Experts weigh in on the many innovations that are helping e-commerce retailers to reach shoppers wherever and whenever they wish to take delivery of their orders. New and still-developing technologies are helping to solve the "last-mile" challenge. A SupplyChainBrain "In the Know" presentation.

[Forbes] These Startups Could Give Amazon’s Retail Competitors An Edge

With over 250 retail tech companies in the fields of logistics, robotics, dynamic pricing, drone delivery, in-store experience, and e-commerce, Israel’s retail tech space is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Israeli tech ecosystem. And this is not going unnoticed.

[eDelivery] The Seven Things a State-of-the-art Delivery Operation Requires

A state of the art delivery operation should be made up of seven key elements, according to Raanan Cohen, co-founder and CEO of technology delivery platform Bringg.

[Sueddeutsche Zeitung] Die Mobil-Macher

In Tel Aviv testen Unternehmer, wie Mobilität in Zukunft aussehen könnte. Sie entwerfen Fahrpläne, die Echtzeitdaten verwenden, Logistik, die Amazon schlagen soll, und Chips, die Autos leichter machen.