Bringg and Uber expand their delivery options partnership into the United Kingdom

The partnership will provide real time visibility, cost efficiency, and the capacity to offer multiple flexible delivery options to retailers using Uber Direct

Bringg, a delivery management platform provider, has recently announced that it is expanding its partnership with Uber Direct, which is Uber’s on-demand white label delivery service in the UK. The goal of this expansion is to enable local retailers in the UK to launch fast and convenient delivery options for their consumers with ease. By partnering with Bringg, Uber UK will be able to connect to a wider range of external delivery providers and offer more delivery options to their customers.

This partnership expansion with Uber in the UK is just the latest move in Bringg’s global expansion efforts. Bringg has already partnered with Uber in other regions including the US, Canada, ANZ, France, Brazil, Mexico, and Costa Rica. This demonstrates the success and effectiveness of Bringg’s work in improving delivery services around the world.

Matthew Price, the UK Uber Eats General Manager, has highlighted the importance of customer experience to Uber, and he believes that this partnership with Bringg will enable retailers to provide the highest level of delivery options to their clients. Price notes that the ability to seamlessly integrate their existing technology with Bringg’s platform has made working with them an absolute pleasure, as they address all of their delivery needs in one place.

In Australia, Bringg has partnered with Coles Group to improve the retailer’s home delivery offering. Coles Group plans to use Bringg’s platform to more efficiently allocate deliveries to its network of carriers and track those deliveries in real-time, which will increase cost efficiency throughout the supply chain. James Geddes, General Manager for Online Network & Growth at Coles, notes that Bringg offers a unique and compelling solution to provide their customers with an improved on-demand and consistent home delivery experience while streamlining their online operations. He is excited to add a multitude of new innovative capabilities to their network and is confident that with Bringg, they can improve the ways they serve their customers to ensure that they meet their needs and expectations.

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