HubBox partners with Payzone growing to 6000 collection points

By Chris Dawson August 22, 2017 - 11:24 am

HubBox is a click and collect solution available to both retailers and consumers. It costs £1.95 for a consumer to arrange a collection and have any order from any retailer delivered to a HubBox location. In essence this is a self service click and collect facility for consumers to use when a collection is more convenient than waiting in for a delivery.

In addition when buying from a HubBox retail partner collections are free for consumer and retailers are still free to use their carrier of choice.

HubBox have now partnered with payment provider Payzone to expand their network of collection points to over 6,000 by peak 2018. The new relationship will make HubBox one of the widest-reaching Click & Collect network in the UK and will ensure that 90% of the population lives within 1 mile of a HubBox Collect Point.

“The partnership with Payzone is a key component of our strategy to become the most accessible and wide-reaching Click & Collect provider in the UK. We’re delighted to be working with an established player like Payzone to achieve our goal of blanket UK coverage and becoming the largest Click & Collect network in the country.”
– Sam Jarvis, CEO of HubBox.

Payzone’s locations will also benefit from added footfall and revenue from the partnership. Each Payzone location, already a trusted local shop for payments, transport ticketing, and more, will become the Click & Collect hub for customers in their area.

“Convenience services are at the heart of our business model, in each of our 15,000 locations across the UK. We believe HubBox’s courier-independent approach is an exciting new solution for online retailers, so we’re thrilled to be forming a partnership to offer our customers a convenient parcel service.”
– Damian Scholes, Head of Product-Convenience at Payzone

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