Your big stuff, delivered on-demand.
We’ve all heard of Uber, DoorDash, Instacart, and more on-demand delivery and travel services. But what happens when you want an item that doesn’t fit in the backseat of someone’s car (even your own)?
While some companies do offer delivery services, many retailers only have in-store pick-up options that require customers to fit large items in the back of their own vehicles – a feat that sometimes feels impossible. Dylan Belcher thought that there must be an easier way to deliver larger items in the Fort Wayne area.
Dylan built CARTT with the hope that everyone from building contractors to families starting home improvement projects would be able to easily access pick-up trucks to transport large items.
CARTT works closely with home improvement stores such as Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Menards to help people transport building materials, furniture, and more that may not fit in an average vehicle. All a customer needs to do is set up their pickup and delivery locations and connect with a CARTT driver. The driver will take care of loading, transporting, and unloading materials.
While Dylan serves the Fort Wayne area through CARTT, he eventually hopes to enter new markets and partner with more large home improvement retailers.
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