- Danielle Wightman-Stone |
Online fashion retailer Miss Pap is looking to boost e-commerce sales after signing a partnership with InPost UK to maximise the rising demand for Click and Collect.
Miss Pap will offer its consumers free delivery and free returns to an InPost locker, enabling its customers to collect or return their purchases 24/7 at a convenient location and at a time that suits them. The new initiative aims to solve the problem of missed deliveries and to offer a more convenient solution to its customers.
InPost has a network of 1,100 automated parcel lockers across the UK. These are primarily located at Morrisons stores, petrol forecourts and tube and train stations. All are located in locations with plenty of parking, with the aim of making it safe and easy for customers to collect their purchases. Collection takes just seven seconds and the process is fully automated.
Andy Porter, head of logistics at Miss Pap, said: “Providing an excellent shopping experience to all our customers is really important to us at Miss Pap and we are confident our new partnership with InPost will help us to deliver that.
“The ease of the shopping experience is vital to ensure we maintain return customers and bring in new ones alike. InPost is a fantastic proposition for shoppers who seek convenience.”
Ian Caminsky, chief executive at InPost UK, added: “E-commerce continues to be a huge growth area but the right shopper offering, especially efficient delivery, is key. We are delighted to be working with Miss Pap and helping them to boost e-commerce sales by providing its customers with a simple solution to collect purchases.”