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Stuart and Bringg Collaborate to Optimize Europe’s Last Mile Delivery

Partnership to empower merchants in EMEA to meet highest standards for consumer shopping experiences

Bringg, the leading delivery management platform provider, and Stuart, Europe’s leading on-demand logistics platform, announced a global partnership in five countries: UK, France, Italy, Poland and Spain. This collaboration will provide more retailers with the ability to effortlessly deploy an optimized delivery network and offer their customers more flexible and convenient delivery options.

Due to high consumer expectations and a fragmented supply of delivery providers, brands are compelled to collaborate with innovative last mile solution providers in order to stay competitive, particularly in the European market, where revenue is expected to grow at a staggering CAGR of 10.24% through 2027 with an estimated market value of $58.08 Billion.

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Bringg and Stuart have been working together since 2019 delivering on-demand grocery orders for CO-OP. Now they will be collaborating more closely to provide retailers and grocers across Europe with a hyperlocal ship-from-store solution, enabling faster setup and delivery across the region.

“We are excited to continue working with Bringg, now at an even greater capacity, to provide cutting-edge and flexible delivery solutions to retailers across the five regions,” said Damien Bon, CEO of Stuart. “Our mission is to transform the way consumers receive their goods by connecting all aspects of the supply chain including businesses, delivery providers, and customers. And Bringg will without a doubt help us take a major leap forward towards reaching this goal.”

“The extension of our partnership with Stuart is a testament to our commitment to serving and transforming the European last mile delivery market.” said Guy Bloch, CEO of Bringg. “Together we can enable retailers to scale their delivery capacity, while protecting their profit margins. This combination of scale and efficiency is critical, especially now, in light of the economic uncertainty and continuous supply chain disruptions. It further solidifies our goal to make delivery and fulfillment easily accessible and valuable to everyone.”

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