InPost is rolling-out its 24/7 automated-parcel locker machines throughout Canada in an effort to make e-commerce shopping and returns more convenient. The concept launched in Canada earlier this year, and it expects to soon have locations near most Canadians. InPost is seeking landlords and retailers to partner as it expands into Canada.
The service provides e-commerce shoppers the option to ship online purchases directly to one of InPost's convenient pick-up locations. Lockers are accessible 24/7 and the self-serve pick-up process takes under 10 seconds to complete. InPost's parcel-locker network is the largest of its kind in the world, and it continues to grow quickly. E-commerce shoppers can have their packages delivered to InPost, with the convenience of picking up the package when desired. Security cameras guard the locker units, and e-commerce purchase returns can be coordinated quickly and easily through the same InPost lockers.
So far, 60 InPost locations have opened in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) with plans to expand to 200 GTA locations by year end and 1,000 locations across Canada in 2016.
InPost is looking to partner with major retailers, grocery outlets and gas stations for new parcel pick-up locations, and it's offering discounts to potential partners through Retail Insider. For landlords interested in hosting InPost lockers, email firstname.lastname@example.org (or use the contact page on the inpost24.ca website) and in the subject line, use promo-code WEW@NTINPOST. For retailers (both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce) interested in partnering with InPost, use promo-code WE$ENDINPOST in the email subject line.
As well, for further information on InPost, contact Tony Jasinski CEO, InPost Canada Inc. (55 Browns Line, Toronto, ON M8W 3S2) at email@example.com.