Econt Express to install 40 Keba parcel lockers

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Bulgarian postal operator Econt Express has signed an agreement with technology developer Keba to supply and install 40 KePol parcel stations at various locations across the country. This will include Econt business partners such as OMV filling stations and Kaufland supermarkets, as well as any of the company’s existing 500 parcel shops.

The KePol parcel stations will be available for customers to send or receive packages 24/7, and will also allow them to print parcel stamps and arrange deliveries from one machine to another.

Pavel Penchev, CEO, Econt Express, said, “We thought of Keba as a serious and highly professional supplier of top quality systems; the pilot scheme and the entire handling of the project served to further confirm this impression.”

April 20, 2015

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