Bringg announced partnerships with Frayt and Bungii to enable customers to select and utilize each of the fleets across most major areas in the United States for oversized, scheduled and on demand shipments.
Connecting Frayt and Bungii to the Bringg platform expands fulfillment options for Bringg customers, while simultaneously allowing them visibility into fleet performance and the ability to optimize it to their specific needs.
The offerings further expand Bringg’s fleet network with millions of drivers across the United States, EMEA and LATAM offering on-demand and scheduled deliveries. The new partnerships also bolster Bringg’s fleet network assets, which range from sedans to large box trucks and fleets that provide services, including white glove installation and assembly.
“Dependable deliveries are a necessity that should be at the core of nearly every business, now and in the future,” says Bringg’s VP of Alliances, Nikolai Avrutov-Rostarchook. “By partnering with Frayt and Bungii, we’re enabling businesses to make that shift to reliable delivery of large items without needing to make hefty up front investments in their own fleets and providing the option to augment existing fleets when demand is off the charts - that’s a big win for businesses and consumers alike.”
“Partnering with Bringg was an easy decision. With so many businesses having the need to move big and bulky items, offering Bringg customers the on demand ability to move up to 3000 pounds and have access to thousands of sprinter vans without needing to own their fleet seems like a no-brainer,” says Lawrence McCord, CEO of Frayt.
“Customer expectations for big and bulky delivery are rapidly evolving as purchasing decisions are becoming more and more influenced by the delivery experience. Traditional big and bulky delivery cannot meet the timeliness and quality that customers are starting to demand. Our team is excited to partner alongside of Bringg to provide a consistent, high quality, on-demand delivery experience to customers nationwide,” adds Ben Jackson, CEO of Bungii.