Same-day home delivery specialist Dolly has instituted a ‘no contact’ delivery option for consumers worried about receiving final-mile shipments due to COVID-19 concerns. The new app-driven service level aims to responsibly protect delivery personnel and customers, and to provide service while maximizing safety.
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Dolly was created to re-imagine the big and bulky item delivery experience by putting the customer in control. We optimize for convenience and safety at an affordable price. After delivering more than one million items, we are the leading on-demand delivery service trusted by retailers like Lowe's, Costco, Crate & Barrel, Big Lots!, and many more.
Headquartered in Seattle, Dolly is currently operating in 36 cities, expanding quickly, and will soon be nationwide. We are passionate about creating a customer-centric brand that brings customers back time and time again. Our team is ambitious and humble, with innovation at the core of everything we do.
TCS is in the process of a national rollout of last-mile delivery service Dolly in order to achieve consistent quality results in its final-mile services through consolidation into a single service that’s fully integrated into the retailer’s information system.
The “Amazon effect” has led to logistics — especially the last-mile segment — becoming an integral part of the consumer experience. Jay Sackos, head of sales at Dolly, the fast-shipping startup, spoke to FreightWaves on the last-mile trends he has witnessed the past few years.
The home storage and organization products retailer is in the early stages of a planned national rollout of last-mile delivery service Dolly. The Container Store launched Dolly in spring 2018 with a small pilot in Denver.
Dolly, another Seattle startup, recently announced $7.5 million in fresh funding to expand to new cities and start delivering televisions, sofas, appliances and other big items for the likes of Lowe’s Cos. and Costco Wholesale Corp.
Dolly, an on-demand precision delivery startup, has raised $7.5 million in its Series B investment round led by Unlock Venture Partners, with original investors Maveron and Jeff Wilke, CEO of Amazon Worldwide Consumer division, joining in the new financing targeted at scaling up Dolly’s same-day retail delivery service.
The Seattle startup just raised $7.5 million, bringing its total funding to $20 million. The fresh cash will help the company expand its peer-to-peer moving app.
The Seattle-based on-demand delivery and moving service, Dolly, is rolling out its services in San Francisco and Washington, DC, as it eyes a broader national expansion in the coming months after hitting a milestone of $1 million in monthly revenue earlier this year.
Want a quick way to get your old furniture or piles of clothing to Goodwill? Have a mattress that needs to go to the Salvation Army? Moving service Dolly is ready to show up, load your stuff, and take it to one of your city’s major donation centers—without you even having to ride along.