Hived integrates with Scurri to provide retailers with zero-emission deliveries

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Zero-emission parcel delivery startup Hived is now integrated with delivery management platform Scurri, enabling enlisted retailers to offer online customers green delivery options across the Greater London area.

Scurri connects and optimizes the online ordering, shipping and delivery process for online retailers. It adds value at multiple stages along the e-commerce journey, from selecting the most effective delivery option for each package to running analytics to deliver insight to support process improvement.

Through the integration with Hived, Scurri can now offer emission-free deliveries with same-day, next-day and two-day delivery options.

Rory O’Connor, CEO and founder of Scurri, said, “Both retailers and consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the impact delivery can have on our environment and are beginning to tackle this issue. Hived is a brilliant carrier for us to add to our network, as it does just that. Customer service is another area we are seeing discussed more and more, and the ability for consumers to receive their packages within the same day of ordering creates huge satisfaction.”

Jack Follett, growth lead at Hived, added, “We’re thrilled to share the news of our integration with Scurri, as it is an extremely powerful tool that makes fulfilling online orders seamless. Hived’s vision is to shift standards and expectations in the delivery sector, across reliability, customer service and environmental impact. Our approach of paying drivers fairly, owning the whole parcel journey and using only emission-free electric vehicles is dramatically improving customer experiences and we look forward to providing this service to a new group of retailers using the Scurri platform.”

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