Creative Car Park (CCP) has entered into a strategic partnership with LockerQuest, offering its clients the opportunity to host B2C and B2B parcel lockers. This venture provides a new avenue for generating revenue for CCP’s clients.
The UK is witnessing a surge in the use of parcel lockers, known for their convenience, eco-friendliness, and cost-effectiveness. The ‘Out of Home Delivery in Europe’ report by Last Mile Experts indicates the presence of around 15,000 parcel lockers in the UK, a number that is expected to see substantial growth.
YEEP! is making significant strides in the parcel locker industry with plans to roll out a network of 10,000 battery-powered, carrier-agnostic parcel lockers throughout the UK. LockerQuest is supporting YEEP!’s expansion, in collaboration with partners like Creative Car Park.
Jonathan White, CEO of LockerQuest, shared their client-focused approach: “Our aim is to generate our host clients additional recurring revenue from unused or underutilised spaces. After we have confirmation from CCP that a site is interested in hosting a parcel locker, we will carry out a survey to determine the ideal location for the locker based on accessibility, visibility and safety considerations. As we work with different parcel locker types including B2B lockers used by service engineers, we also look to maximise opportunities to create the best return from the space available.”
Stuart Cummings, CEO of Creative Car Park, commented on the collaboration: “Our aim is to help businesses unlock maximum value from their car parks, and we look to exciting new products and partnerships to achieve this. We are delighted to introduce parcel lockers as a new product and our partnership with LockerQuest will ensure that every aspect is taken care of for our clients, from installation to maintenance. We are especially pleased to hear about the battery powered, free standing lockers which make these extremely easy to deploy.”