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Parcelly launches Key Exchange service

John Wood ·

Parcelly is launching a Key Exchange service, using its nationwide network of click & collect locations.

The dedicated Key Exchange service provides an additional layer of convenience for customers by allowing them to not only collect parcels at their preferred Parcelly location, but also to exchange keys with third parties, for instance for anyone who rents out their apartment or simply needs to hand a set of keys over to somebody else.

Key exchange be set up and tracked using the Parcelly app. Parcelly says that from a business perspective, joining the Parcelly network to become a Key Exchange location provides local stores and businesses with direct access to new customers, an increased footfall to their stores as well as enhanced cross-selling opportunities and an additional revenue stream.

Sebastian Steinhauser, CEO and founder of Parcelly, commented: “Parcelly is known for allowing online shoppers to control where and when they pick up their parcels, while converting consumers back into footfall for local shops and businesses nationwide.

Given that our technology provides insights on the available storage capacity across our entire network in real-time, it was only natural for us to continue exploring further ways to optimise the use of redundant space and maximise the services a Parcelly location partner can offer. In line with Parcelly’s successful click&collect solution, our Key Exchange service is a new exciting business vertical, providing the same level of convenience and control to homeowners and the short-term residential lodging market alike.”

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