Smart parcel delivery solution launched to end missed deliveries

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iParcelBox, a new smart parcel delivery solution that is monitored and controlled via a smartphone app, has been launched to end the ‘missed deliveries nightmare’ facing online shoppers across the UK.

iParcelBox has been designed to be easy for couriers to use. The delivery driver simply presses a button on the iParcelBox to request a delivery. The first delivery will be accepted automatically, and for subsequent deliveries a smartphone notification alerts the customer, who unlocks the iParcelBox remotely using the free app. The delivery driver can scan the unique barcode inside the lid of the iParcelBox as proof of delivery.

The company, founded by Harrow, UK-based entrepreneur Paul Needler, designed the product to tackle the frustration felt by online shoppers who miss deliveries when they aren’t at home, or find their parcel left in an inappropriate place.

Needler commented, “Everyone knows how frustrating it is to get home and find a ‘sorry we missed you’ note on your doormat. iParcelBox has been designed to end the missed delivery nightmares that affect millions of online shoppers every year, offering a secure, safe and easy-to-operate delivery point so that critical packages arrive in top condition, at your doorstep.

“With iParcelBox, consumers will at last be free to order items at their leisure, knowing every item will arrive without the hassle to traipsing to a pick-up point or relying on long-suffering neighbors to accept deliveries.”

The iParcelBox solution can be used by all courier and delivery firms, including Amazon, DPD, Royal Mail, DHL, UPS, Fedex, Hermes, as well as friends and family.

The interface has been specifically designed to be quick and easy for couriers to use. There is no need for the courier to have any special app or access code – they simply press the button to request a delivery and lift the lid when it unlocks.

iParcelBox is made of steel, the compartment is locked and if it contains parcels is only accessible when unlocked by the owner.

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With over a decade of experience as a business and technology journalist working in B2B publishing, Hazel first joined UKi in 2011. After taking 18 months off to bring up her daughter and try her hand at marketing copywriting, she returned in January 2018 to do what she loves best – magazine editing! She is now the editor of UKi's Passenger Terminal World and Parcel and Postal Technology International magazines.

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