[DOSSIER] Out-of-home delivery: challenges and optimisation of the PUDO/locker network

What is out-of-home (OOH) delivery?

As online commerce continues to redefine how we shop, it also changes the way we receive our parcels. The increasing demand for efficient delivery services has led to a fast growing and increasingly used innovation in the logistics sector: out-of-home (OOH) delivery. But what exactly is out-of-home delivery, and how does it differ from traditional delivery methods?

Sustainable last-mile delivery: Is out-of-home the answer?

When assessing the environmental impact of delivery, the last mile is a crucial aspect to consider. In this article, we will delve deep into the sustainability of out-of-home delivery. We will examine various aspects of this crucial issue and evaluate to what extent out-of-home delivery can contribute to a greener and more sustainable future for last-mile logistics.

OOH parcel delivery: a comparative look at market leaders’ strategies

Out-of-home delivery (OOH) has been experiencing significant growth in recent years. Among the delivery giants, DHL, Geopost, InPost, and GLS rank at the forefront of the largest OOH networks in Europe. In this article, we will delve into their strategies in the ever-expanding field of out-of-home delivery.

PUDOs and lockers: how to optimize their location for maximum profitability and customer satisfaction?

The optimization of the location of OOH points has become a significant concern for carriers due to their potential impact on profitability and service quality. In this article, we will introduce Kardinal’s approach to solving this challenge.

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