Spain is positioned as one of the countries with the greatest presence of the Punto Pack hybrid network | InPost lockers, present in almost a dozen European countries with more than 50,000 locations in total. This expansion has consolidated the company as one of the largest and most efficient home delivery networks throughout the country. This revolutionary model addresses and solves some of the most common problems in the final stage of package delivery, such as failed deliveries and difficulties in synchronizing online purchases. “We are very happy about this milestone for Spanish consumers, since how much The bigger the InPost hybrid network is, the more possibilities users have to choose how, where and when they want to receive their online purchases”, highlights Nicola D’Elia, CEO in Spain, Portugal and Italy of the InPost group.
Punto Pack/Lockers in Spain: A sustainable and efficient model
InPost has developed an innovative hybrid network comprised of Punto Pack and Lockers to provide a hassle-free and convenient solution for home delivery.
The hybrid model of Punto Pack | InPost Lockers serves both to receive orders and to return products, so it works in two directions, improving efficiency between eCommerce and customers
These businesses receive the packages from the warehouses of the digital stores and are then in charge of delivering them to the buyers. On the other hand, Lockers are smart lockers where couriers deposit packages. Users receive a security code on their mobile phones, which allows them to open the locker and pick up their package at a convenient time. By using Punto Pack and Lockers, InPost simplifies the delivery process and reduces the inconvenience associated with home deliveries. Users can rest assured that their packages will be safe and available for pickup at a convenient location, without the need to coordinate delivery schedules or worry about availability at home. This efficient and hassle-free solution improves the online shopping experience and promotes more efficient logistics in the so-called “last mile”.