b & k moving & delivery services inc.

661 empire blvd
brooklyn, new york 11213

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 04, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4631104

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KINGS

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - B & K MOVING & DELIVERY SERVICES INC.









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  • Costco will finally deliver all those giant bulk items with its new grocery service
    By Emma Hinchliffe - Saturday Oct 7, 2017

    No longer will you need a pickup truck to successfully shop at Costco. 

    The big-box store just launched CostcoGrocery, which will provide two-day delivery on dry goods. The two-day window makes it kind of like Amazon Prime—except you can probably get a better deal on a year's supply of toilet paper. Delivery is free for online orders over $75. 

    Along with its two-day delivery service, Costco expanded a partnership with Instacart for same-day delivery on all kinds of products carried at the superstore. 

    More about Costco, Instacart, Grocery Delivery, Business, and Food

    Source: Mashable!
  • Amazon Piloting New Delivery Service To Reduce Reliance On UPS, FedEx
    By Mary Beth Quirk - Thursday Oct 5, 2017

    It’s no secret that Amazon has long been lusting after the chance to unfetter itself from the delivery ties that bind it to companies like FedEx and UPS — with its own branded freight plane, plans for self-driving delivery vehicles, and of course, drone delivery — and now it sounds like the company is one step closer to …

    Source: The Consumerist
  • Icelanders can get burgers and beer by drone, and we're all moving
    By Molly Sequin - Monday Aug 28, 2017

    The future of drone delivery is now, and it's pretty wild.

    Lucky residents of Reykjavík are the first to benefit from a new service delivering online food orders like hamburgers, sushi, and even beer.

    The system comes from a partnership between Israeli drone logistics company Flytrex and Icelandic eCommerce company AHA.

    It's not the only one trying to make drone delivery work in an urban setting.  

    Amazon's been working on drone delivery for some time, and saw success with some deliveries in the UK. 7-Eleven has also experimented with commercial drone delivery in Reno, Nevada. In addition, there's been a few companies trying it out just for the lulz, like LaMar's doughnuts and Oscar Mayer. But there are still plenty of government restrictions holding up drone delivery from becoming a reality in the U.S. and elsewhere.  Read more...

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  • Postmates finally ditches those insane delivery fees—but it might be too little, too late
    By Emma Hinchliffe - Thursday Sep 7, 2017

    Postmates is known as the app where the cost of delivery could easily total more than the food you ordered. 

    That's because the app will deliver from anywhere. Ordering from somewhere outside the usual delivery range, though, would send delivery fees skyrocketing into the double digits based on distance. (Orders from the core merchants on Postmates Plus, with more limited options comparable to Seamless or Grubhub, had a more standard delivery fee of $2.99.) 

    Postmates is scrapping that model, the app announced Thursday. Instead, delivery from any merchant on Postmates will cost $5.99. Delivery from restaurants on Postmates Plus will go up a dollar, to $3.99.  Read more...

    More about Food Delivery Services, Food Delivery, Postmates, Business, and Startups

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  • The future of drone delivery depends on predicting the weather
    By Bloomberg - Thursday Jun 22, 2017

    Imagine a weather report so precise it provides wind-gust forecasts for individual city blocks. Such micro-weather data may soon become a reality—and a necessity for future fleets of delivery drones.

    As Amazon.com Inc., United Parcel Service Inc., Domino’s Pizza Inc., and others gear up to launch autonomous drone deliveries of books, pills, and pizza, companies are realizing it’s the quality of hyperlocal weather data more than anything else that will steer their packages around storm clouds and through wind-buffeted urban canyons.

    “The weather issue is a very significant one,” said Sean Cassidy, director of safety and regulatory affairs for Amazon’s drone unit. “We don’t have anything at the level of granularity that you would need to operate.” Read more...

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    Source: Mashable!
  • Startup buzzkill: California bans drone delivery services of legalized pot
    By David Kravets - Sunday Sep 10, 2017

    California Bureau of Cannabis Control just says “no” to autonomous delivery of marijuana.

    Source: Ars Technica