InPost rolls out 3,000 UK lockers

E-commerce delivery business InPost has rolled out just over 3,000 locker units in the UK.

The news follows the announcement of recent major partnerships, including Tesco, Westfield London, and Westfield Stratford City.

InPost now has around 150,000 individual locker compartments, where consumers can send, collect, and return parcels, with the majority of city dwellers in London, Birmingham and Manchester now within one mile of a locker.

“This year alone we’ve installed nearly two thousand parcel lockers across the UK, responding to growing interest from retailers and landlords looking to bolster their environmental performance,” said Jason Tavaria, chief executive, InPost UK. “Lifestyles and shopping habits have irrevocably changed during the pandemic, and our rapid growth reflects this shift.

“Consumers demand convenient options that fit around their new working routines, as well as those that prioritise sustainability. Retailers, landlords and consumers alike must work together to encourage more people towards greener delivery services like lockers, and we’re proud to be leading the charge.”

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