Bringg partners with eTrac to add thousands of first and last mile carriers
Bringg has partnered with eTrac, a US technology company that connects shippers and 3PLs with their carrier networks, to offer a flexible network to improve last-mile delivery of big & bulky and healthcare products.
Under the partnership, eTrac and Bringg will provide a delivery logistics solution to manage even the most complex delivery operations. Shippers using Bringg can now seamlessly access thousands of additional first and last-mile providers through eTrac, while utilizing Bringg’s technology to manage, automate and optimize their delivery logistics.
eTrac’s substantial provider integrations, combined with Bringg’s end-to-end delivery technology solutions provide joint customers with real-time visibility, cost efficiency, and network flexibility to add new delivery options and overcome challenges presented by the supply chain disruptions caused by COVID-19.
The latest partnership expands Bringg’s fleet 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 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, commented: “A supply chain that rapidly delivers first through the last mile is a necessity to win market share in today’s economy. This new partnership strengthens our growing fleet network so our customers can scale their delivery needs to their business demand.
“Businesses that use Bringg can now send orders to carriers that are connected with eTrac and maintain their operational orchestration, visibility and reporting in Bringg.”
eTrac Executive Vice President, Danny Barfield, added: “An agile last mile is required to maintain a successful business. By partnering with Bringg, their customers now have the ability to seamlessly add new carriers to gain capacity and improve service in any market.”