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Amazon to Test Amazon Locker in Munich?

By  Friday, 15.7.2016, 16:37    News

Amazon might soon introduce Amazon Locker in Germany, reports today, July 15, 2016. Bernd Schwenger, CEO of Amazon Logistics in Germany, confirmed the news with German business magazine WirtschaftsWoche. Schweger told WiWo that Amazon’s employees are already testing the lockers inside its office and logistic centers. “We will soon decide whether we will offer the Amazon Locker also to our German customers”, he said. “We are in close consultation with our suppliers.”

Online shopping giant Amazon has already introduced Amazon Locker in other European countries, such as the UK and is considering testing the service in the Bavarian capital and in Berlin. DHL has been offering a similar service in Germany for years now and in Munich you already can pick up your parcel sent with DHL at the central bus station (at the Hackerbrücke) and at other places in the city.

With Amazon Locker, you could pick up what you have ordered at the Amazon Locker your order has been sent to after receiving notification and a code to open the locker. The service is wellcomed everywhere, since you don’t have to be at home when the parcel arrives and you could pick it up around the clock.

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Vilijam Zufic

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