US-based delivery solutions provider InBin has launched its new Parcel Box with IQ in the country.
The company claims that the solution has the ability to address issues such as package theft and misdeliveries.
InBin Solution team partner Dave Geipel said: “For nearly two years, a team of technologists, a former QVC marketing executive, and a USPS mail carrier with over 30 years’ experience has worked to solve the emerging problem of package theft.
“The result is InBin and it’s poised to become the standard smart mailbox for all your packages. We’ve found a great balance between product design and technology application to solve one of the greatest challenges facing e-commerce and delivery companies around the globe – logistics final quarter mile.”
A patent-pending system, InBin is said to be a specially designed parcel box that features an encrypted locking mechanism to prevent tampering and its complete sensor technology alerts users of deliveries, pick-ups, temperature, humidity and other important information.
Geipel added: “The last mile in logistics is the most untouched and untapped part of the delivery process. Now that Christmas is over, many people have lost their most important purchases right out from under their noses.
“While they couldn’t have an InBin for Christmas 2017, we have everything in place to make 2018 the year for zero-stress delivery.”