CollectNet – a shared parcel delivery software platform
What is it?
The software provides access to the platform via mobile application and online self-service online environment. The network users have a 24/7 overview of their parcels and parcel terminals with an option to send pick-up notifications, do inventory and view parcel history.
A cost-saving solution for logistics service providers
Logistics providers usually set-up their parcel locker networks because it is the most efficient last mile delivery option today. This requires significant investments and sometimes setting up the parcel locker even right next to the competitor’s. A cost-saving solution for the logistics service provider would be to use a shared parcel locker network. CollectNet helps logistics providers to share already existing parcel delivery network and can also integrate new parcel lockers to the platform.
The delivery process is simple: the couriers of different logistics providers receive a parcel, locate the most suitable shared parcel locker, get the access and insert the parcel in the locker. The CollectNet platform helps to share the pickup code with the parcel recipient and the recipient goes to the locker whenever it is suitable for them to pick up their parcel.
- A shared network of 8 Cleveron 401 parcel terminals in four cities in Estonia
- Closed network of Cleveron 301 smart mailboxes in an apartment building in Tallinn, Estonia
- Several closed networks of companies using the Cleveron 301 smart parcel locker for click & collect in Estonia
- Cleveron provides the on-site and remote maintenance and remote monitoring
- Remote technical monitoring by Cleveron
- Remote maintenance by Cleveron
- On-site maintenance by Cleveron
Clients of the CollectNet platform
A shared parcel terminal network is a simple idea, yet a revolution in last mile delivery. Today there is no proof of shared network concept in the world. However, there are many start-ups like we are. Our strength is Cleveron. They are our backbone in the whole concept, from software to hardware and everything in between.
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