In-car delivery experiment


The problem

People often have a personal package delivered to their workplace. This is not always convenient for employers, who sometimes experience operational difficulties, especially during peak periods. Some employers even go as far as to forbid at-work delivery.



This spring, bpost is testing a new service to deliver parcels directly in the trunk of employees’ cars while they’re at work. The test is focused on finding out how customers interact and respond to this new service.


The experiment

bpost is conducting a series of tests at Cronos Group, a major player in technology innovation, with headquarters in Kontich. The parking lot of Cronos Group is used to learn about how this service might work in real life conditions, and if people would be interested in it.

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bpost is looking for more companies that would want to test this service.

The majority of cars manufactured after 2015 have the hardware installed necessary to control car functions from a distance. That is why bpost is looking for more companies to test this service. Businesses that would be interested in offering this service can get in touch by filling in the survey: