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HubBox plans up to 2,000 new collect points by the end of this year

HubBox, a retail technology company that specialises in click and collect, is to add a further 2,000 Collect Points to its network after forming a partnership with payment provider epay.

800 locations will be added in London alone, complementing 4,500 HubBox Collect Points that can already be found across the UK.

HubBox says merchants don’t need scanners or additional hardware to use the service and says its technology is courier neutral and compatible with all ecommerce platforms.

The service is already used by more than 150 retailers – including the likes of Boohoo, TM Lewin, Whistles, Oddbins as well as younger retailers such as Skinnydip, Lavish Alice and Maniere de Voir.

“We’re seeing a huge appetite for the service, particularly from young challenger brands who are catering to a millennial audience,” said Sam Jarvis, HubBox’s CEO. “These retailers really understand how much their customers value flexibility and control when it comes to delivery. We hope that the additional locations will deliver this value to even more UK shoppers.”

Richard Robertson, managing director of epay UK, Nordics, Turkey & Russia adding: “We’re excited to be adding HubBox to the growing list of services epay provides. Our merchants are already seeing the benefits of offering Click & Collect at their locations – receiving a boost in footfall and attracting new local customers.”

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