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The SwipBox parcel locker solution provides you with everything you need to run a professional last mile delivery or Click and Collect service.

SwipBox offers a plug and play modular locker service with a simple customer notification system, seamless returns process, and agile high-performance software and integration for all your delivery and in-store pickup needs.

LOGISTICS & COURIERS

Last mile can be up to 75% of the total cost of delivery, and minimizing that process is our area of expertise. Logistics providers have become the critical link between the retailer and the consumer, and SwipBox supplies our partners with disruptive first and last mile solutions to help strengthen that connection.

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RETAIL & BIG BOX

Parcel lockers are the most convenient, efficient and effective means of omni-channel service, used both as a Click and Collect solution and to drive new customers to your stores. SwipBox offers a comprehensive customer notification system combined with easy to use lockers that take about 15 seconds to pick up an order.
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BUSINESS & COMMERCIAL

Businesses are hives of creative energy and productivity – which shouldn’t be interrupted by work-related or personal deliveries all day, and we all know online orders will only increase in years to come. SwipBox parcel delivery lockers offer a time-saving, secure, cost effective solution for your business parcel or courier needs.

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MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENCES

Property managers: Breathe a sigh of relief. Parcel lockers allow your residents to pick up online orders with a secure locker service at the time of their choosing. SwipBox is a low cost solution and can be installed or moved in minutes. Best of all, it’s automated – so your front desk staff can go back to being leasing agents and hospitality experts instead of frantic couriers.
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How long does it take to deliver parcels to a SwipBox station?

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What does it take to expand a locker network to 10 countries in one year?

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