HubBox, the courier-independent click and collect technology company, has announced plans to expand its network of collection points to more than 6,000 by peak 2018, a goal it claims will make it the widest-reaching click and collect network in the UK.
The company has partnered with payment provider Payzone. Each Payzone location, which are already used for services such as payments and transport ticketing, will become the click and collect hub for customers in their area.
Launched in 2015, HubBox offers a fully integrated click and collect solution designed to work alongside an online retailer’s existing fulfilment and courier framework. Retailers of all sizes can offer their customers local Collect Points as a delivery option at the checkout using HubBox’s cross-platform software, without the need to change their existing delivery partner.
HubBox has recently partnered with major online retailers including Jack Wills, Warehouse, Oddbins, and JOY the Store, as well as over 80 other retailers in the past 12 months.
“The partnership with Payzone is a key component of our strategy to become the most accessible and wide-reaching click and collect provider in the UK,” said Sam Jarvis, CEO of HubBox. “We’re delighted to be working with an established player like Payzone to achieve our goal of blanket UK coverage and becoming the largest click and collect network in the country.”
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