The Environment Gets a Boost, as Triwer Rewrites the Rules of Parcel Delivery

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There was a time when people would order goods and allow for the tried and tested process to kick in and wait… well, as long as it took. Those were the days when, in the UK, there was Royal Mail and little else, until one or two couriers started popping up here and there, initially. Over time, Royal Mail had to up their game and reinvent itself to a certain extent, as consumers realised there were viable alternatives that were also cheaper in many cases. Suddenly, the monopoly was over, and the floodgates were open for one and all. Let battle commence.

Receiving a parcel or a package is still like winning a lottery

The era of the UK’s Royal Mail monopoly is long gone, as today competing for delivery contracts is huge business with online shopping set to inevitably replace the high street. That has brought with it innovation and creativity, but progress is not always without problems and while all the super-quick choices and click of a button ordering is well and good, once you’ve chosen your goods, paid and filled out your details, the process takes on a somewhat greyer existence. In many ways, parcel delivery remains a little antiquated.Of course, we’ve moved on from where we were five years ago, but there are so many different companies out there and it’s fair to say that no two are the same. It still feels like a bit of a lottery at times and a tad unpredictable. But it needn’t be.

An era of innovation in parcel delivery

Innovative tech companies such as Triwer are changing everything with the focus centred around the consumer and their needs via an innovative, intelligent and forward-thinking app. Taking Triwer as an example, their disruptive technology and business model aims to take significant share of the Courier Express and Parcel (CEP) market by always thinking outside of the box, combining customer relationship management (CRM), price comparison, Blockchain distributed ledger technology (DL), Smart Contracts, crowd delivery and community concepts to bring significant benefits for users and partners alike.

More power for the customer, greener for the environment

By empowering consumers to take control of their deliveries, the ambiguity and grey areas are likely to disappear for good – as are the ‘sorry we missed’ notes waiting behind the door. Choosing how fast, when and where your parcel arrives – plus the all-important cost and a large degree of flexibility – will all be available through an app that keeps the consumer informed, every step of the way. Plus, goods won’t go missing with each stage of the process logged, stored and trackable. There is even choice of delivery options with the lowest carbon footprint a selection and, before long, a choice of how your parcel arrives – electric delivery vehicle, drone, robot… it’s all going to happen. In fact, it already is…

Triwer presents a new opportunity

Triwer has emerged on the scene after studying in depth the demands of the modern e-commerce business as well as the problems that the current day consumers face. It would be the solution that removes the bottlenecks present in the Courier Express and Parcel Management (CEPM). Considering that the size of this market in Europe alone is projected to be €72.9 bln by 2020, the opportunities ahead of Triwer are immense. It is amidst this backdrop the project is holding a token sale.  Registration is open to investors. During the sale a total of 375 mln Triwer tokens (TRW) are to be sold to investors. The TRW token is completely ERC20 compliant. The price of each TRW token is US$ 0.08. The token sale’s last date is June 30, 2018 and the available bonus tokens during the period will vary from 15-25%. More information about the project is available in a whitepaper that Triwer has released.

Triwer presents a new opportunity for those trying to transform the CEPM business, the project already has a functioning product and there is a market wide utility of the TRW token, which would act as the core economic unit of the project. As consumers get accustomed to purchase from e-commerce businesses the CEPM industry will grow in tandem. However, the biggest benefit of the project is that it reduces inefficiencies present in the industry today to make it friendlier to the environment and mother nature.