GeekWire article - A new report by CBRE found that the rise in online shopping has completely overhauled the logistics industry. Tech startups have responded to this demand. Bringg offers consumers real-time tracking information for their package while allowing distributors to dispatch and manage orders from the web.
NEW YORK, November 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bringg, the leader in last mile delivery management technology, has partnered with supply chain management company Unimasters Logistics to enable full visibility over the last mile. Unimasters is an advanced supply chain management company with regional infrastructure and global reach through first-class partners
NEW YORK and ARLINGTON, Virginia, October 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading last mile logistics and on-demand delivery platform Bringg has partnered with chef prepared, authentic food delivery company Hungry to enable them to scale and optimize their business. Hungry covers the majority of the Northern Virginia area, all of DC
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Logistics is a complex part of supply chain management. With so much attention and effort put into planning, controlling, and executing the movement of goods and services, logistics professionals often find themselves feeling like they are expert puppet masters. Of course, efficiency across the entire supply chain is of the
NEW YORK, October 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bringg, the leader in logistics and last mile management technology, today announced that CEO Raanan Cohen, has joined EFT's (Eyefortransport Limited.) advisory board. EFT is the global leader in business intelligence and C-level networking for the transport, logistics and supply chain industry. Toby
30+ Logistics Startups You Should Know by Sid Saha The logistics and transportation industry saw a surge in funding last year — from $7B in 2014 to $14B in 2015. Venture capitalists are bullish about the potential for startups are bringing efficiency to an antiquated but lucrative industry. Often these startups are less well-known