The world of Bass Express delivery drivers is booming, with the number of deliveries rising by more than 200% since 2010, according to the US-based company.
The company has added nearly 10,000 new jobs since the start of 2017.
Bass Express has also expanded its delivery service to include international deliveries.
The latest report from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that the US delivered an average of 1,400 cars per day in 2017.
This compares to an average daily delivery of about 800 cars in 2020.
The rise in deliveries is being driven by the growth of car sharing services like Uber and Lyft.
“In the last two years, the share of drivers working full-time has increased by 100%, and they’re doing it in a way that’s very much a service for the drivers,” said David Aylward, a Bass founder and CEO.
“This is a huge opportunity for our drivers.
If we can increase their hours of service to as close to full-timers as possible, we’ll be able to grow our business and be able better compete for our customers.”
Uber and Tesla have been growing rapidly.
They’ve had their share of problems, but the rise in cars is likely the main driver.
According to the bureau, the number for the third quarter was up nearly 10%, but the overall growth in the US auto industry was lower.
The biggest growth in car deliveries was in California, with more than 14,000 cars delivered in the first three months of the year.
That’s an increase of nearly 25% compared to the same period last year.
In California, Bass has seen a spike in orders for the Model X, which will begin arriving in the state in late September.
It is also looking to ramp up deliveries to the states of Florida and Georgia, which are on the fast-track to having a fully electric fleet.