SwipBox introduces leasing of Infinity parcel lockers

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SwipBox has announced it will begin leasing its Infinity parcel lockers to customers to enable them to spread the cost of their lockers and “benefit from ongoing support, flexible terms and a competitive final purchase price at the end of their lease”.

SwipBox CEO Jens Rom added, “Removing our customers’ pain points one by one is part of our DNA. With the continued requests from customers for a leasing option, we felt now is the right time to introduce this option. For some customers, it makes sense to own their lockers, for others leasing is the right choice. We’re happy that we can now cater to the latter group as well.”

Leasing is the latest solution aimed at removing customers’ pain points when it comes to locker investments. For instance, SwipBox developed the Location Generator AI tool to automate the location scouting process, thus enabling network owners to reduce the time spent on finding new locations. Likewise, the battery-driven Infinity locker reduces both man-hours and costs by eliminating the need for wiring, location owner rent and ground preparation.

SwipBox has built extensive experience in running parcel locker networks through cooperation with numerous partners and more than 30,000 lockers are installed globally.

“We know the pain points, and how to mitigate them, because we have a close, trusting relationship with all our customers and we learn from each other,” Rom commented.

SwipBox Infinity lockers can be leased through partners in various countries, including DLL Group in the Netherlands, which is owned by the Rabobank Group.

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