The biggest issue I see is a bit of an inconsistency in your messaging. The wording on the form makes it sound like some sort of coupon, the offer talks about a consultation and the rest of the page seems to be selling the service. I would narrow the focus and gear everything towards that.
You might want to test different offers to see what works best. Normally I think a free consultation for B-to-B is a good approach, since it’s lower obligation. I think your business is a bit unique, though. I could be wrong, but I would think that the sales cycle would be shorter unless you’re locking companies into a long-term agreement. And delivery service is something most businesses understand, so I can’t imagine there’s a lot of education needed that would warrant a consultation.
I think the biggest challenge is that most are probably using one of the bigger, better known companies. And while there are good reasons you provide to build credibility I suspect most wouldn’t be completely confident until actually giving you guys a try. So I would make my focus on getting them to try at least one shipment.
Maybe you can position it as a trial offer or challenge to compare it to their current solution. Then really hit on the differentiators.
As for specific parts of the page, you’ve done a nice job overall. In the hero area, I like that the image relates to the service. The form stands out, too, which is good. One thing that would improve it is to include wording that lets people know more immediately what you’re offering. There’s nothing in the head, subhead or form that mentions shipping or delivery. Without it, the 40% off rates could be about anything.
Nice job including client logos and a testimonial. Social proof is always important, and I think it’s even more so when you’re going up against well known and established brands.
I like the idea of including a video, but when I watched it, it seems like it’s more of a case study for the tech company behind that feature than an explanation of what it can do for your potential customers. I would consider creating one that speaks more to that or use images and text to explain it to prospects.
I hope that helps. Best of luck.