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    No Launch For Dnet

    DNet, an Internet-based same-day delivery service scheduled to launch this fall, is shutting down its operations. The San Francisco-based company planned to use an Internet software system to broker deliveries between Web-enabled retailers and local courier companies that serve most metropolitan areas using its Internet software. DNet raised over $1 million in seed money from venture capitalists and private investors, but was unable to secure the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    DNet, an Internet-based same-day delivery service scheduled to launch this fall, is shutting down its operations. The San Francisco-based company planned to use an Internet software system to broker deliveries between Web-enabled retailers and local courier companies that serve most metropolitan…
  • Ensenda expects to sign first major retailer this year

    Ensenda Inc., a same day delivery service that contracts with local couriers to fulfill products from retailers’ store shelves, plans to announce its first major retail contract within four to six weeks.

    Posted 10/10/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Ensenda Inc., a same day delivery service that contracts with local couriers to fulfill products from retailers’ store shelves, plans to announce its first major retail contract within four to six weeks.
  • Same-day delivery: Reports of its death …

    In spite of the demise of national same-day delivery services Kozmo.com and Webvan, same-day delivery start-up Ensenda Inc. has had no trouble getting investment money.

    Posted 11/01/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    In spite of the demise of national same-day delivery services Kozmo.com and Webvan, same-day delivery start-up Ensenda Inc. has had no trouble getting investment money.

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