“Welcome to the age of Amazon,” is the phrase Michael Weinberg of Bringg used to describe the main distributor which created an exemplary delivery experience which sellers now have to either replicate or surpass.
Lone Star Overnight (LSO), a leading provider of regional parcel delivery services in the southern United States has partnered with delivery logistics platform Bringg. Bringg’s solution provides LSO with real-time visibility across their entire delivery ecosystem and optimal efficiency for their drivers.
Bringg is a delivery orchestration platform that provides companies with more efficient ways to manage their complex operations, such as grocery delivery. The company works with brands in more than 50 countries. Guy Bloch, CEO of Bringg, recently shared more about delivery logistics.
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Michael will be responsible for building the infrastructure required to meet the ever-growing demand by global retailers, consumer brands, logistics companies and restaurant chains
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Walmart announced on Wednesday a new last-mile delivery pilot program, called Spark Delivery, which focuses on fulfilling customers’ online grocery orders.