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CEP News provide you with information about the latest trends and news in the postal, express and logistics markets from Germany, Europe and all over the world. Our weekly newsletter is published in German and English. Thus, CEP News is probably the sole bilingual news service in our industry.

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KW 44/22

Dutch start-up Bringly is opening its shipping platform to other CEP and delivery services. The Bringly software makes it possible to share, combine or exchange orders and capacities. According to the company, (urban) logistics is more efficient when people work together horizontally and vertically.

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KW 43/22

Recent research by TV magazine »Panorama« and the »Süddeutsche Zeitung« newspaper proves the high losses amassed by delivery service Gorillas. The report says that, as recently as in July, the company was making a loss of 5.30 euros on an order of 27.20 euros after all operating costs. This does not even include the costs of administration, head office and marketing.


Since January of this year alone, the company has accumulated losses of at least 295m euros. And so it comes as little surprise that a former top manager of the company, 'Director of Purchasing' at the time, says that 'we have bitten off far more than we can chew'. He went on to confirm that the hasty expansion plans would have been too risky, as it had not been possible to prove even in a single country that the business model was viable.


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