Sustainable parcel service Parcls is about to collapse

The sustainable parcel service Parcls has been granted a postponement of payment. Last year, the company received 1.7 million euros from Rabobank and a sustainability fund.

Parcls became in 2017 set up by entrepreneur Luc van Gompel, formerly director of the ANP news agency.

The idea was to deliver parcels to parcel points, so that fewer vans had to drive through the city districts. Customers can pick up their package or have it delivered with an electric cargo bike.

Parcls has six parcel points in Amsterdam and three branches outside the capital. In March Parcls announced that it would open a first test location in Rotterdam with a local subsidy. At that time, it was still planned to open a total of seventeen new branches. In the end there had to be a hundred.

The cause of the problems is unknown. However, many sustainable delivery companies have been added.

Source: Nieuws – Emerce by

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