We can no longer imagine city centres without delivery vans continuously going up and down our streets. Delivery services were meant to make our lives easier, but nowadays there are so many of them that they also create annoying and even dangerous situations in the streets. To solve this problem, several startups are promising us their perfect “Last Mile Solutions”. One of them is Wuunder, that we wrote about last month. Not much later, ViaTim, and Homerr also popped up. But aren’t these delivery service startups all doing the same thing? We took a closer look at Wuunder, ViaTim, and Homerr to find out.
What do last mile solutions startups offer?
Wuunder, ViaTim, and Homerr are three Dutch startups that intend to improve delivery service. They each want to introduce an easier and more efficient way of receiving and sending packages. They all promise us an easy and comfortable way to receive our orders, whenever and wherever we need them. But how do you choose the right one for your delivery needs? First of all you can consider your location. Do you live in the Amsterdam area? Homerr offers its services there. If you live in Rotterdam or around, ViaTim, which operates from Bergen op Zoom, might be interesting for you. In both cities you can also count on Wuunder, which is available throughout the country. But what are the differences that make these individual companies stand out in this niche of Last Mile Solutions Startups?