Friday 19th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Hermes adds parcel lockers to network

Hermes has signed a partnership agreement with InPost to include InPost lockers into its nationwide ParcelShop network.

Hermes rejects Guardian living wage claimsInitially around 500 automated parcel lockers will be added to Hermes’ network, bringing the total locations in its ParcelShop network to circa 5500. The lockers are accessible 24/7 and are located in a variety of convenient locations including supermarkets, train stations and petrol forecourts.

Hermes chief Martijn de Lange said: “We know that for many busy people, lockers are an extremely convenient and attractive option and we’re proud that this initiative makes us the first company to offer a full suite of options. As part of our commitment to be the carrier of choice for every end consumer we are adding increased flexibility and choice for both consumers and retailers.”

 

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