PostNL opens up lockers to different carriers


Dutch logistics firm PostNL is opening up its community of parcel lockers to different carriers in 2023. Moreover, the corporate will increase its community of 400 parcel lockers to 1,500 lockers by 2024 throughout the nation. The transfer will make it simpler for shoppers to obtain and ship parcels.

The Dutch postal firm, PostNL, has been increasing its community for a while. This summer time, it opened 350 pick-up factors in Belgium. Now it has introduced plans of increasing its automated parcel locker community.

Growth of locker community

At present, there are over 400 lockers on a number of places. Most of those lockers can be found to clients 24/7. By 2024, the corporate desires to increase its community to 1,500 lockers throughout the nation. The aim of the growth is to make lockers accessible to extra Dutch shoppers.

‘To boost the shopper expertise, we’re increasing our variety of parcel lockers.’

“Shoppers like to make use of the PostNL parcel machines and discover them extraordinarily user-friendly. To additional improve the shopper expertise, we’re subsequently now busy increasing the variety of PostNL parcel lockers and are working in direction of opening them up”, explains Barry Husman, Director Retail Benelux at PostNL.

Constructing a brand new platform

The brand new lockers is not going to solely be accessible to PostNL. The service is at the moment constructing a brand new platform which can allow different carriers to connect with the parcel lockers. In line with the corporate, this may speed up digitization in an effort to provide shoppers a greater buyer expertise.

‘Carriers might want to pay a charge when reserving a locker.’

With the brand new platform, shoppers will be capable of decide up parcels from a number of carriers at one location. Carriers who need to use PostNL’s community, might want to pay a charge when reserving a locker. The charge is dependent upon locker dimension and the quantity of days {that a} bundle stays contained in the locker.


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