Wow! And yet we managed to squeeze InPost parcel lockers into Żabki

At the beginning of this year, we informed you about the start of a pilot project of the Żabka and InPost chain stores, under which Paczkomaty were to be placed inside the stores. Personally, I could not imagine how to fit such machines in such small shops, but apparently I ran out of imagination.

Upon launching the pilot of this service, InPost provided the Wiadomości Handlowe portal with the following information:

Żabka and InPost have launched a pilot, in which InPost parcel lockers of the InDoor type appeared in selected Żabka stores. Both companies will jointly, to increase the convenience of customers, develop the service of sending and collecting parcels in selected Żabka stores, which will increase its availability throughout Poland.

This could significantly relieve the sellers in Żabka, who, instead of serving customers, sometimes have to “dive” in the warehouse in search of packages of customers who do not buy anything in these stores. However, it was hard for me to imagine how to cram some more machines for sending and dispensing parcels into such small shops.

It turns out that it is possible, above you can see a photo taken by us from the inside of the traditional Żabka size, in which such an InPost parcel locker is already operating.

It is not too big – it consists of only two tall columns, in which, however, it was possible to fit a dozen or so boxes, also several larger ones. As you can see, it occupies a place similar to the one on which the vegetable and fruit stand is placed. Probably, therefore, it will be possible to install such machines in most of the existing Żabki.

In this way, the InPost parcel locker network can quickly expand by another several thousand (there are 6,000 in Żabek in Poland), to the level of twenty-several thousand. Currently, InPost already has about 19,000 vending machines in Poland, which is several times more than Allegro, Orlen or Poczta Polska currently have or plan to have this year.


Source: AntyWeb by antyweb.pl.

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