Fez Delivery Introduces Fez Safe Lockers to Revolutionize Last-Mile Delivery in Nigeria

Fez Delivery Introduces Fez Safe Lockers to Revolutionize Last-Mile Delivery in Nigeria

By Staff Writer, 19 January 2024

In a bid to transform the last-mile delivery landscape in Nigeria, Fez Delivery, a Nigerian logistics startup established in 2018, has unveiled Fez Safe Lockers.

This network of automated lockers is geared towards providing businesses and individuals with a secure, convenient, and cost-effective solution for sending and receiving parcels.

Having secured seed funding last year and successfully launching a fleet of e-bikes, Fez Delivery now takes a step further with the introduction of automated lockers.

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The move addresses the prevalent challenge of lost or stolen packages, particularly with cash-on-delivery being the prevailing mode of transaction in Nigeria.

Fez Safe Lockers present a secure alternative for online shoppers, doing away with the need for cash transactions upon delivery and significantly reducing the risk of theft.

Placed strategically in high-footfall locations such as filling stations, these lockers offer a seamless pickup experience.

Equipped with user-friendly touchscreens and unique access codes, the lockers streamline the drop-off and retrieval process.

Real-time monitoring, closed-circuit television (CCTV), and secure placements contribute to safeguarding packages from potential theft or loss.

Seun Alley, the CEO and co-founder of Fez Delivery, expressed the company's vision, stating, "At Fez, we're not just delivering packages, we're delivering a revolution. Fez Safe Lockers are unlocking. Our Lockers are more than just lockers; they're an investment in Nigeria's future. By modernizing logistics and promoting sustainability, we're building a delivery ecosystem that benefits everyone."

Tom Jackson / Disrupt Africa

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