Parcel Pending by Quadient Teams Up with Powerleague to Kick Off New Open Locker Network Partnership

Parcel Pending by Quadient, a leading provider of package management solutions, has announced a new partnership with Powerleague, the world’s largest provider of commercial small-sided football.

As Hosts in the Open Locker Network, Powerleague has successfully expanded its service offering to include secure, self-service parcel management at selected sites across the UK. Visitors may now utilise Parcel Pending’s award-winning Drop Box Lockers with built-in label printer to collect, send or return packages with up to five of the major UK carriers.

Powerleague Clubs are important sports hubs in their communities, offering a range of experiences open to all including leagues, tournaments, and coaching sessions. By hosting parcel lockers, Powerleague can offer additional services to its communities, convenient outdoor parcel pick-up and drop-off points, helping to reduce traffic and emissions in local areas by enabling the consolidation of deliveries and collections.

Christian Rose, CEO at Powerleague said: “Powerleague are delighted to be partnering up with Quadient to provide use of parcel lockers to the local community. Through this, we are excited to welcome new visitors to our locations and enhance their experience with our additional services.

With thousands of daily visitors, it was important for us to deliver exceptional customer service, and the self-serve feature of Parcel Pending by Quadient lockers is just another way in which we can achieve this’’.

This partnership with Powerleague is a significant step forward in the expansion of Parcel Pending by Quadient’s Open Locker Network in the UK.

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