Bryson offer same hour delivery of construction materials with new partnership

Bryson offer same hour delivery of construction materials with new partnership

With a strong history of setting the standard in the delivery of fixings and a focus on fast, direct supply to both Retail and Leisure fit-out contractors across the UK, Bryson began offering next and same day deliveries before anyone else in the trade. Now, it is offering an on-demand delivery option to contractors.

Through a range of tailored business services, Quiqup offers local businesses like Bryson everything they need to power on-demand deliveries across London. Quiqup is an end-to-end solutions partner, providing the technology, fleet, customer support and analytics Bryson needs to operate its own fast, local deliveries successfully.

Parcelly is the UK’s fastest growing retailer and carrier agnostic PUDO network with over 1,600 nationwide on-demand fulfilment locations to date. The multi-award winning omnichannel technology provider resolves existing industry problems associated with first and last-mile delivery logistics and allows retailers like Bryson to move from a static transportation network to a dynamic system that flexes based on capacity and demand.

Together, Parcelly and Quiqup enable Bryson to offer same-hour deliveries to their customers, by using Parcelly’s dynamic PUDO location network for storage. The collaboration allows Bryson to streamline their fulfilment process, speed up delivery cycles and ultimately improve customer experience and satisfaction.

Daniel Reiner, Managing Director of Bryson, said: “We are excited to work with Quiqup and Parcelly, both experts in the field of customer service, in helping us deliver the industry’s first on-demand same-hour delivery of construction materials to our customers.”

“Fit-out is a fast paced, time sensitive sector of the construction industry and sites simply cannot afford any delays. We understand that our customers’ needs are changing and there is an increasing expectation to have products on site ‘now’ rather than later. We also understand that convenience is key with more customers switching to options that are convenient. BrysonNow will offer our customers on site a solution; on-demand same-hour delivery of core products across London.”

Bassel El Koussa, CEO and co-founder of Quiqup, said: “Already a pioneer in its field with a deep understanding of the customer’s needs, Bryson is now taking its proposition one step further. This on-demand solution is a game-changer for an industry where delays can cost a business thousands. We’re so excited to be working with Bryson, alongside our long-time partner Parcelly, to solve problems all contractors have with urgent deliveries. Quiqup is passionate about getting brands closer to their customers and this on-demand delivery proposition helps Bryson do just that.”

Sebastian Steinhauser, CEO and founder of Parcelly, said: “As a true market innovator, Bryson is continuously resetting the service benchmark for the supply side of UK’s fit-out market. We are delighted to be rolling out a ground-breaking service in partnership with two great brands to further improve customer control, certainty and convenience. This collaborative solution enables Bryson to compete with the likes of Amazon in regards to on-demand delivery speed and customer experience, while shortening the fulfilment cycle and delivery leg in an environmentally friendly and more efficient way – a key subject in future urban logistics and a matter extremely close to our heart.”

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