The business is supplying an option delivery choice of free of charge parcels throughout the pilot period from March 24 to September four. The initial two self-service eLockers will be at Muscat Grand Mall and Sultan Qaboos University’s student centre. This implies consumers will be capable to choose-up their things straightforward and securely at a time and day handy to them.
Abdulmalik Albalushi, chief executive officer of Oman Post, stated, “This innovation is in keeping with our journey of transformation and meeting and exceeding the evolving needs of customers across the sultanate. The eLockers service is all about providing flexibility, privacy and convenience for our customers.”
He added, “We are undertaking this pilot eLocker programme as part of our strategy to invest in the eCommerce value chain. This move will help us elevate our performance, in order to drive better B2C margins, and ultimately stimulate B2B growth.”
The eLocker service complements the company’s ePost service, which permits subscribers to get printed mail and parcels without having the want to subscribe to a traditional mailbox. Customers subscribing to ePost get a particular mailbox quantity and might arrange choose-up at any ePost enabled post workplace in Oman. The eLockers comprise a collection of varied sizes of wise boxes with a safe, user-friendly central digital manage panel. When the parcel arrives at the chosen locker, the client will get a text message containing the quantity of the wise box at the specified eLocker and a 1-time password code to open the wise box. ePost customers can activate the new service by going to www.epost.om
Information Source: Muscat Daily