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Parcel2Go partners with InPost

Parcel2Go partners with InPost

Parcel2Go receives a huge response to its launch with the largest global operator of 24/7 automated self-service parcel lockers, InPost.

Parcel2Go provides more than one million consumers and small businesses with the opportunity to send domestic and international packages at competitive rates.

The partnership with InPost further increases the convenience and flexibility being offered to consumers and small retailers, making InPost’s network of over 1,000 24/7 automated parcel locker locations available to a much wider audience.

Commercial director at InPost, Michelle De Pasquale, comments: “Click and collect is revolutionising the retail industry. However, it is not just the big companies that need to take note. Smaller retailers and consumers are also able to benefit from the increased convenience which parcel lockers can provide.

“Indeed, buyers and sellers now have the ability to control where and when they send and receive their goods, with the option to collect deliveries or send parcels from stations, forecourts, local shops and supermarket car packs at any hour of the day or night. This is transforming the way in which retailers do business and placing the power firmly in the hands of the consumer.”

Steven Kramer, commercial director at Parcel2Go, adds: “This innovative approach to parcel logistics really suits small businesses and consumers who don’t want to queue to send or receive a parcel or who prefer to run errands outside normal opening hours.

“We’re delighted to be working with a blue-chip brand like InPost and intend to continue growing our network of big-name express delivery services to meet the needs of consumers and retailers across the world.”

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