Amsterdam-based startup Brenger helps people send items by transporting them by someone who already drives a certain route. The deliverer receives a fee. The platform handles 150 transport assignments a week. By making better use of vans and cars via Brenger, 270,000 kg of CO2-emission can be reduced annually.
Brenger uses unused space
“We see that many cars and vans are on the road with unused space. By using this space, we can make the transport of particularly large items, such as furniture, more durable, efficient and cheaper. That is why we have founded Brenger. Our platform saves ours client time and money, and the deliverer earns money on a ride he or she is already making. Therefore, the deliverer, client and the climate benefit from Brenger”, Derk van der Have, co-founder of Brenger, states.