Wednesday October 28, 2020
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Bringg partners with EasyPost to add top parcel carriers

Logistics technology start-up Bringg has announced a partnership with EasyPost, a technology company specializing in connecting retailers and their shipping carriers.

The company will utilize EasyPost’s network to add reach to over a hundred leading parcel logistics providers including FedEx, UPS, DHL and USPS, particularly for eCommerce and retail businesses.

Additionally, EasyPost and Bringg will provide the leading delivery logistics solution to manage even the most complex delivery operations. Retailers using Bringg can now seamlessly access dozens of leading parcel carriers through partners like EasyPost, while utilizing Bringg’s technology to manage, automate and optimize their delivery logistics.

EasyPost’s provider integrations, combined with Bringg’s end-to-end delivery technology solutions provide joint customers with a connected, flexible network that enables real time visibility and cost efficiency to add new delivery services. Now shippers can overcome the challenges presented by the sustained high demand and changing customer expectations from retailers and their delivery logistics partners.

The latest partnership expands Bringg’s open, connected delivery provider network, offering the country’s largest on-demand and scheduled delivery providers across multiple industries. With Bringg’s Delivery Network customers have access to millions of drivers across the Americas and EMEA across thousands of fleets, with fleet assets which range from sedans to large box trucks and offer a range of services including white glove installation and assembly or specialty delivery.

Bringg VP of Alliances, Niko Avrutov, explained: “This new partnership strengthens our growing carrier network, so retailers can dynamically scale their eCommerce revenues to meet growing demand while improving customer experience and efficiency.

“Over the past six months, retailers have rapidly adapted to surges in delivery demand by engaging our Delivery Network. With EasyPost on board, we can jointly offer brands broader reach and customers a choice of options, while maintaining the optimal customer experience and operational efficiency.”

EasyPost CEO, Jarrett Streebin, added: “The shipping experience is a critical part of the customer experience. In EasyPost and Bringg establishing a partnership, businesses will be better able to meet the delivery expectations of their customers through our expansive library of carriers, increasing consumer satisfaction and retention.

“In an increasingly customer-centric world, having the flexibility to utilize multiple carriers and service levels gives eCommerce companies an edge over their competitors.”

SourceBringg
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