As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, numerous residents of Rijeka and its surroundings have been able to notice Croatian Post’s multiple parcel machines set up at four locations in the vicinity of the city over recent days. The move is part of one of the key projects introduced by Croatian Post, which will install 150 parcel machines throughout Croatia by May, Novi list writes.
As part of this 108 million kuna investment, Croatian Post will install a total of 300 parcel machines by the end of next year, and this trend, while novel in Croatia, has been popular in various European Union countries for some time now and is well accepted and liked among users, as they pointed out from Croatian Post.
They noted that “the installation of parcel machines means that we will no longer depend on the date set by the courier, but we will choose how and when to pick up the shipment.”
”Package machines will be available every day of the week, 24 hours per day, and Croatian Post users will be able to pick up and send their packages at a time that suits them best, but also to return goods purchased through e-shops.
The installation of parcel machines is accompanied by the recent launch of a new self-service portal that will give recipients the ability to manage their parcels and shipments, and users will be able to redirect their packages depending on the location that suits them best at any given time.
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