Evri launches print in store facility for Vinted customers

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Parcel delivery company Evri (formerly Hermes) has launched its Print in Store facility for customers of the online consumer-to-consumer marketplace Vinted.

Customers can now scan a QR code at one of Evri’s network of ParcelShops, instead of having to physically print out a postage label that was sent to them through the platform, to send items. This initiative has been launched in recognition of the decreasing number of households that have a printer, especially those within the younger demographic.

This is the latest collaboration between Vinted and Evri who have been working together since 2018. Other recent initiatives include a joint social media influencer program highlighting the benefits of using Vinted and the convenience of sending parcels via Evri’s ParcelShops, with several content creators across TikTok and Instagram working to create engaging videos. In addition, over 50 of Evri’s flagship ParcelShops have been co-branded with Vinted.

Claire Phelan, head of e-commerce partnerships at Evri, said, “Vinted is a phenomenal success story and we are proud to be one of its shipping partners. This latest collaboration showcases our dedication to supporting our retail clients and their customers.”

Read more key e-commerce updates from the parcel and postal technology industry, here.

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