Integer says the first parcel lockers will be deployed in Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Guatemala, followed by rollouts in Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados, Panama and the Dominican Republic. The entire project for the Miami based company calls for launching over 100 innovative machines across 30 countries and islands, revolutionizing U.S. to Latin America cross-border trade in the region.
The innovative devices made by the Integer.pl provides to Aerocasillas customers the convenience of a self service option to pick up their package 24 hours a day/7 days a week and in as little time as 7 seconds for pickup.
“We are very excited to bring this technology and innovative solution to the region. Aerocasillas started 27 years ago in Costa Rica and has constantly pushed boundaries enabling e-commerce in Latin America and Caribbean. This locker technology has implemented by companies like Amazon and other major retailers in the United States, and we are making it available exclusively to our customers in Latin America,” said Carlos Herrera, General Manager of Aerocasillas in Costa Rica.
Aeropost and its Aerocasillas subsidiaries, is a 27 year old cross border e-commerce solution for Latin American and Caribbean customers shopping online in the USA. Aeropost’s network includes 37 countries and 100 stores that provide local presence for payment, package pickup and online shopping assistance.
Integer.pl Group is the second largest postal group in Poland, which includes the largest private post office – InPost, an independent financial and insurance provider – InPost Finance and revolutionary InPost parcel lockers. The company has been quoted on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2007, and, together with InPost and InPost lockers have been successfully revolutionizing the Polish postal and courier sector.