Posten Bring (formerly Posten Norge) has deployed 5,000 SwipBox Infinity parcel lockers in three years.
Posten Bring began an Infinity pilot in January 2020 and commenced its nationwide rollout in January 2021. In 2022, several million parcels passed through the lockers installed in 1,750 locations throughout Norway.
Most recently, Posten Bring implemented an option that lets customers choose delivery to a compartment that can be reached from a wheelchair. This ensures that wheelchair users throughout Norway can now also use the 24/7 pickup solution.
Posten Bring also personalizes the pickup experience by giving each locker a name. The company has revealed that lockers named Clarissa, Maribeth, Roy-Ole and Tor-Inge had the highest parcel throughput over the 2022 Christmas period.
Jens Rom, CEO of SwipBox, said, “It’s amazing to work with an organization that utilizes our lockers to their full potential. The idea behind the Infinity design was that it could be placed anywhere, providing convenience close to where people live. Posten Bring is a true leader in the parcel logistics field, never afraid of going new ways and always with a focus on delivering the best-possible service to every Norwegian.”
Håvard Femtehjell, head of PUDO services and parcel locker network at Posten Bring, said, “We want to give every Norwegian the option to pick up their parcels in a parcel locker. The fact that the locker is so quick to install means we can easily scale our network to meet customer needs. This has been instrumental in our fast nationwide rollout. With its accessible outdoor design, hassle-free apps and fast installation, the Infinity solution supports this vision.”
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