Bringg expands fulfilment options for customers in Europe and the US. with more delivery options

Bringg expands fulfilment options for customers in Europe and the US. with more delivery options

Bringg, the delivery orchestration platform, has partnered up with Paack, the delivery solution that enables customers to receive deliveries at their convenience – when, where and how they want.

Connecting Paack to the Bringg platform expands fulfilment options for Bringg customers looking to fulfil same-day and next-day scheduled deliveries, while allowing constant evaluation and optimisation of fleet performance. Customers across vertical such as e-commerce, retail, and grocery will be able to utilise Paack’s regular services, while those customers shipping perishable goods will be able to choose Paack Thermo, Paack’s thermosensitive delivery service that ensures food is shipped while remaining at the optimal temperature. Paack’s network of fleets will be available to Bringg customers in Spain and Portugal and large international cities such as New York, London, and Paris.

“A perfect delivery experience isn’t a luxury anymore, it’s an absolute necessity to keep customers happy and win market share” said Bringg CEO Guy Bloch. “We’re constantly seeking to expand our delivery partner footprint and flexibility to ensure a perfect delivery experience, and partnering with Paack is yet another step to ensure that.”

“Partnering with Bringg was an easy decision. It’s a big opportunity for us to solve enterprises’ delivery challenges and we look forward to ensuring a flawless customer experience for Bringg customers in both the U.S. and Europe” said Xavier Rosales, Co-founder of Paack.

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