Sweden practices high amounts of deliveries to pick-up points and few home deliveries, a quality that is said to be protected given its positive environmental impact, flexibility, and reduced operational cost making Swedish society distinctive compared to other EU countries where every package is home delivered. Now, the Swedish market is growing and with growth comes shift.
The Parcel Locker Policy project, funded by ASTER, has explored how policy can contribute to the development of policy lockers, aiding the transition towards strong climate-neutral last-mile deliveries, not compromising on Sweden’s strong environment-friendly agenda.
Take a look at Yulia’s presentation where she takes a deep dive into the development of parcel lockers in Sweden. You can expect examples of interesting contrasting countries, an explanation of how stakeholders in the Swedish market view the matter, different scenarios, the chain effect that the parcel locker policy creates, and a conclusion on that matter in the presentation.
Stakeholders that have been interviewed include actors such as Postnord, Bring, Instabee, DHL, Airmee, iBoxen, HFAB, MKB, Sveriges Allmännytta, Helsingborg stad, Sesam, Svensk Handel, the city of Stockholm and Post- och telestyrelsen.