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myHermes launch Parcel Locker Drop Off

By Chris Dawson July 11, 2013 - 10:04 am

myHermes Parcel LockerIf you’re one of those eBayers who holds down a full time job as well as picking and packing your orders every evening, then myHermes have some great news for you. You can now ship your orders any time of the day or night that’s convenient for you and simply drop them off at a secure myHermes locker location.

ByBoxThe solution is possible as myHermes have teamed up with ByBox to launch their new locker service. Taking advantage of ByBox’s nationwide network, myHermes have created more than 100 strategically located drop-off points which will grow to around 250 by the end of the year. The Parcel Lockers are situated at easy-to-reach and secure sites including local supermarkets, petrol stations and shopping centres,

Parcel Lockers enable you to select a drop-off option that suits their individual lifestyle and precise requirements whatever the time of day. They’re in addition to home collection or drop off at myHermes ParcelShops. Pricing for the new locker services is the same as dropping off at a myHermes ParcelShop and allows you to drop off parcels 24 hours a day 7 days a week whenever suits you.

To book a myHermes delivery using a locker location simply click the “I’ll drop them off at a myHermes Parcelshop or Parcel Locker” option when entering your delivery details.

  • Mark
    4 years ago

    Looks a lot more complex and expensive than issuing a terminal to a shopkeeper.

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