InPost rolls out lockers at Westfield

E-commerce delivery business InPost has partnered with Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City to bring its lockers to both shopping centres.

The shopping centres, which are two of the largest in the UK, will add the company’s existing network of more than 1,000 locker locations in the capital.

The lockers are located both internally and externally at the two Westfield sites - which together have a combined annual footfall of over 75 million - and will allow local residents, employees and shoppers access the lockers, which are available 24/7 for parcel collection and drop-off.

The deal follows recent partnerships with TfL and supermarket giant Tesco earlier in the year.

“We’re delighted to welcome the InPost locker service to Westfield Stratford City and Westfield London, offering visitors and employees a convenient way to send and collect parcels, contact-free,” said Alyson Hodkinson, general manager, Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield. “Most importantly, the lockers offer a sustainable solution to our customers as they provide the opportunity to save a significant amount of carbon emissions per year.”

Hodkinson added: “Working with partners such as InPost aligns with our ambitions to reduce our carbon emissions by -50 per cent by 2030 and is another step we are taking to encourage responsible consumption and a circular economy. We continue to work toward a greener future and look forward to welcoming and working with more like-minded retailers and brands to drive sustainability across our centres.”

The company has now partnered with over 100 retailers including Missguided, Oh Polly, New Look, and Schuh.

Jason Tavaria, chief executive of InPost UK, said: “We’re very proud to have teamed up with Westfield to provide the thousands of people that visit both the Stratford City and London sites everyday the most convenient way to collect parcels and make returns. With Christmas just around the corner, we’re keen to make the shopping experience as stress-free as possible, and our quick and easy to use lockers will certainly help with that.”

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