Logistics Manager: InPost Works With eBay to Improve Last Mile Delivery

InPost Works With eBay to Improve Last Mile Delivery

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InPost has partnered with eBay to make last-mile delivery pick-up options more accessible to eBay customers. eBay users now can utilize 2,5000 parcel lockers nationwide to send and pick up packages. 

Parcel lockers are now getting more popular as they offer more flexibility and less contact to both sellers and buyers. The lockers are available 24/7 and are placed in convenient locations including train stations, petrol forecourts, and grocery stores. 

Both InPost and eBay are satisfied with this collaboration. To celebrate this, 250 InPost lockers in the UK will be co-branded with eBay.

“We see this as just the first step as InPost are continually delivering new and exciting products that companies like eBay can use to improve the lives of their buyers and sellers,” says Jason Tavaria, CEO at InPost UK.

Murray Lambell, VP & GM of eBay UK also shared: “At eBay, we’re committed to providing the right tools and levers to streamline the selling experience and to help our sellers make more money and boost sales.” He believes that the partnership would ensure that “sellers have greater choice in the delivery options…which can save both time and money.”

Source: InPost partners with eBay to boost last mile delivery services for customers

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