Deliveright Launches B2B Distribution Program for Heavy & Non-Conveyable Goods

Lexington, NC — Deliveright Logistics, the leading Digital Delivery Network, announced the launch of its B2B Distribution Program to deliver heavy and non-conveyable goods nationwide. 

After a six month pilot program, the service is now open to shippers, vendors and carriers to leverage Deliveright’s nationwide network for B2B distribution.

The coronavirus pandemic saw a huge shift in behavior with consumers ordering products online rather than going into stores. This surge in e-commerce orders going direct to consumers has helped to swamp the LTL industry.  In addition, as the economy recovers, companies are working to restore their manufacturing capacity and restock depleted inventories, which results in more volume to ship. Capacity shortages for carriers are causing them to reduce or drop services in order to minimize systemwide disruption (as FedEx recently announced).  

“Capitalizing on our technology and coverage, we have developed a B2B program to help our customers.” said Cody Sides, Deliveright Director of Transportation. “Beyond the human costs of the pandemic, retailers, manufacturers and their logistics partners have had to adapt to shut-downs followed by record demand from non-traditional channels.  We saw the ongoing capacity issues for heavy, non-conveyable goods as a problem that Deliveright’s patented technology, Grasshopper, could solve.” 

Deliveright’s B2B Distribution Program expands its service to LTL customers that ship heavy or non-conveyable goods nationwide. Those shippers will be able to offer full visibility and transparency about shipping costs through Grasshopper. 

About Deliveright

Deliveright is the leading Digital Delivery Network for Heavy Goods. Powered by its patented Grasshopper platform, Deliveright provides a complete technology and logistics solution for delivery companies and online retailers.  Deliveright’s mission is to help customers grow their businesses by applying its machine learning technology to supply chain, logistics and transportation challenges.

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