SwipBox now present in all of Scandinavia
SwipBox has reached every part of Scandinavia. Because after the summer, PostNord Sweden will test the parcel lockers in Stockholm. The Danish company is now active in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
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PostNord and SwipBox have agreed to pilot the parcel locker network in Stockholm. “We experience huge demand for new last mile solutions and that is why we are happy to start trialing this new concept”, Helena Sjöberg from PostNord comments. “Parcel lockers are a good complement to our existing delivery options (PUDOs and home deliveries), and we’re excited to see the feedback from the market.”
Parcel lockers are a good complement to our existing delivery options.
No need for electricity or internet connection
The parcel lockers are Bluetooth operated, which means that the parcel locker compartments can be opened with PostNord apps on the couriers’ and end users’ phones. The lockers run on batteries and according to developer SwipBox there is no need for an external electricity source or an internet connection.
SwipBox founder Allan Kaczmarek thinks his solution will certainly increase the convenience for shoppers in Sweden. “I’m also very proud to announce that with this collaboration, we are now represented in all of Scandinavia with our SwipBox Infinity solution.”
PostNord Sweden runs pilot in Sweden
In Sweden, PostNord Sweden owns and runs the parcel network pilot. This means that during the pilot this company is the only courier that delivers parcels through the parcel lockers. If the test is successful, more parcel lockers will be rolled out.