Trucks that are meant to deliver consignment usually ply empty on their way back. This not only makes transportation expensive but also leaves an impact on the environment due to additional CO2 emission. Amsterdam-based startup Brenger wants to put an end to these issues by paving the way for an easier, cheaper and more sustainable transportation of goods that will, in turn, leave a better environment behind.
Founded in 2016 by Wisse Koedam and Derk van der Have, the delivery startup helps people transport goods through trucks, vans or cars that ply in a specific route. Moreover, the deliverer gets paid for each consignment. This move not only all the delivery vehicles are used efficiently but also the CO2 emission is reduced to a great extent.