The emerging delivery economy has become an integral part of the business world. To meet demand, more delivery firms are providing door-to-door deliveries in more cities across the country. According to
Holguín-Veras also estimates that online orders are increasing at a whopping 15 percent rate annually. But he’s not the only one observing the major increase in deliveries. Matthew Sloan, senior manager of mailing and warehouse services at the University of Pittsburgh, estimates that the average number of packages received per semester has increased by 50 percent in the past five years.
As these figures demonstrate, the delivery economy and its prevalence in a variety of industries will only continue to increase. Therefore, delivery firms need delivery vans with space for a variety of cargo while still being reasonably sized, agile, and efficient. This saves time and money, precious commodities in the delivery economy.
For making door-to-door deliveries in an urban environment with limited space, nothing beats the RAM ProMaster cargo van. With its stylish looks and best-in-class storage capacity, delivery companies can squeeze more revenue from every door-to-door delivery. The Promaster CUV upfit has a 4,440 pound payload capacity which offers plenty of space for both retail and wholesale deliveries. Its delivery power comes from a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine with 280 horsepower. It can handle frequent deliveries of heavy loads in stop and go traffic and maneuver around narrow streets with ease. Thus, delivery firms will be able to deliver more goods with fewer vehicles helping to ease congestion.