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Posti begins seven-day parcel delivery

Posti begins seven-day parcel delivery

Posti predicts a record peak season in ecommerce. That’s why the Finnish postal and logistics service provider will deliver parcels to the most popular pickup points seven days a week. It has also opened a temporary network of 200 pickup points. Continue reading

Parcel machines with cold storage launched in Finland

Parcel machines with cold storage launched in Finland

The first robotic parcel machines with integrated cold storage are launched in Finland. The service aims at customers wanting to pick up their online groceries. Currently, the machines are only active in two locations near Helsinki. Continue reading

Goodiebox acquires Finnish startup Bette Box

Goodiebox acquires Finnish startup Bette Box

Goodiebox, a beauty subscription box from Denmark, has acquired Bette Box, a Finish startup that also sells beauty on subscription. For Goodiebox, the acquisition means its first out-of-company investment. Continue reading

1 million parcels through Lehtipiste’s parcel lockers in Finland

1 million parcels through Lehtipiste’s parcel lockers in Finland

Over one million parcels have been delivered through the nationwide Pakettipiste network of Lehtipiste Oy, a Finnish distribution and marketing company for newspapers and magazines. The parcel locker network currently has around 300 active locations across Finland. Continue reading

Posti opens Box, ecommerce-focused premises

Posti opens Box, ecommerce-focused premises

Tomorrow, Posti will open a new premises in Helsinki, which is focused on ecommerce for its consumer customers and online retailers. The initiative, called Box, is equipped with fitting rooms, a big parcel locker and a digital kiosk. Continue reading

Zalando tests reusable packaging in the Nordics

Zalando tests reusable packaging in the Nordics

Zalando is launching a pilot with reusable packaging. The test will run for four weeks and is aimed at customers in Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. During the pilot, 10,000 customers will receive their orders in reusable shipping bags, so the German fashion company can reduce the packaging waste. Continue reading