Monday August 02, 2021

Bringg expands US delivery fleet through AxleHire partnership

Fulfillment and delivery orchestration platform provider Bringg is cooperating with AxleHire, a San Francisco-based delivery provider offering same-day and next-day delivery solutions to high volume retailers and grocers across the US.

This latest partnership further expands Bringg’s Delivery Hub, helping brands to scale for greater capacity and regional coverage. The hub allows retailers to easily scale up and optimize their deliveries, improving revenues, efficiency and customer experience across a wide array of delivery partners, according to the technology company.

The Bringg Delivery Hub, along with Bringg’s real-time visibility, fleet management, BOPIS and customer experience solutions, provide high-volume shippers with the intelligence, automation and simplicity to improve their bottom-line performance, the company claimed. 

This latest partnership expands Bringg’s open, connected delivery provider network, offering the country’s largest on-demand and scheduled delivery providers across multiple industries. Bringg’s Delivery Hub provides customers with access to millions of drivers, across thousands of fleets, with fleet assets that range from bicycles and sedans to large box trucks, and offer a range of services including white glove installation and assembly, as well as specialty delivery.

“In today’s market, retailers, grocers and restaurants are facing unprecedented demand for delivery and online fulfillment. The upcoming holiday season will see record-breaking levels of online ordering, challenging the capacity and service-levels of even the most logistically advanced retailers. Meeting this demand is mission critical,” said Bringg’s VP of Alliances, Nikolai Avrutov-Rostarchook.

“The addition of innovative providers like AxleHire to the Bringg Delivery Hub empowers retailers with the flexibility, agility and automation required to meet this growing demand, improving revenues and customer experience while reducing cost to serve,” he added.

 “We often create custom solutions for high volume shippers but this partnership allows AxleHire to partner with new shippers that are looking for solutions that are best supported by multiple carriers/on-demand couriers across the world. A retailer will now be able to effectively operationalize on-demand delivery, white glove delivery, and AxleHire’s Same-Day and Next-Day delivery solutions with the help of Bringg’s delivery orchestration software,” commented Daniel Sokolovsky, CEO of AxleHire.

AxleHire, founded in 2015, is active in over a dozen major metropolitan cities across the US. It uses crowdsourcing to provide reliable same-day delivery, next day delivery, distribution, and freight services to industry leaders such as HelloFresh, Milkbar, and Freshly.


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