Leading storage and materials handling specialist, Dexion is showcasing an innovative parcel locker system at the POST-EXPO 2014 Asia Pacific in Hong Kong on May 20 – 21.
The POST-EXPO 2014 brings together world leaders in the postal, parcel and courier industries from across the Asia Pacific, and presents an ideal opportunity for companies to connect with the region’s leading postal operators and showcase their latest innovations to key decision makers.
Dexion and its smart device technology partner TZ Limited will be displaying the recently released TZ A.D.A.M. Parcel Locker Network, which is revolutionising online shopping for customers by providing an alternative delivery channel.
The TZ A.D.A.M. Parcel Locker Network is a state-of-the-art smart locker system and a fully automated end-to-end parcel locker network offering, providing a convenient, secure and cost-effective way for time-poor shoppers to collect their goods.
Dexion National Sales Manager – Commercial, Michael Cumner said the TZ A.D.A.M. Parcel Locker Network, which was released earlier this year, was developed in partnership with TZ Limited with the aim of completely revolutionising online shopping delivery methods to make life easier for the consumer.
Through partnerships with e-merchants, e-commerce service providers and courier and logistics companies, the TZ A.D.A.M. Parcel Locker Network allows customers to have their parcels delivered to a locker at a convenient location of their choice. The customer receives an email or SMS notification once their parcel has been delivered with the lockers accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for absolute convenience.
With a number of TZ A.D.A.M. Parcel Locker Networks already installed in shopping centres, commercial office towers and service stations across Australia, Mr Cumner believes that interactive lockers are the way of the future given that e-commerce continues to gain momentum.
According to Mr Cumner, parcel lockers provide a seamless end-to-end solution for the changing lifestyles of modern consumers whose main priority is convenience.