InPost to bring parcel lockers to public transport across Europe

InPost to bring parcel lockers to public transport across Europe

InPost Group is launching partnerships in Rome, Barcelona and Manchester to set up parcel lockers at public transport stops.

The deals in Rome, Barcelona and Manchester follow a similar partnership with Transport for London that has brought the company’s Automated Parcel Machine lockers to more than 60 sites in the capital of the UK.

“I’m proud of our partnerships with these three great European cities as we continue rolling out our environmentally friendly ecommerce fulfilment solution across the continent,” said InPost CEO Rafał Brzoska. “Together with our partners we’re making it easier for Europeans to choose the greener delivery option we offer, and by adding to the services available at public transport stations, we give people yet another reason to leave their cars at home. In Manchester alone, almost 6 million passenger journeys are made on TfGM-operated public transport every day. Now people using them will gain access to a comfortable and quick way to send and receive their parcel.”

“In addition to the environmental benefits, customers like our parcel lockers for the convenience they offer, and partnerships with public transport make it even faster and easier to use our services,” Brzoska said. “In these three cities, commuters can now send and receive parcels on their way to or from work, at the time and place that fits best into the rhythm of their daily life.”

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