UTRECHT – In collaboration with Decathlon, the Utrecht startup Packaly will deliver parcels from customers in the city of Utrecht within one hour. The launch of the service is during the opening of Decathlon’s new store at the Vredenburg in the heart of Utrecht. Packaly will facilitate deliveries for both the store in The Wall and Vredenburg.
Packaly offers a delivery service for businesses to deliver parcels from their store directly to the customer within 60 minutes. In addition to delivering within one hour, Packaly is working on new techniques to make delivery more accessible.
“We want to get rid of the ‘we missed you’ notes in the mailbox. Receiving your parcel can be much more efficient. A courier will be at your front door with your parcel within an hour. Decathlon is a wonderful partner to start with. We’re heading towards the roll-out of shipping from store locations together,” says Axel Dekker, Packaly’s CEO.
Together with Decathlon, Packaly launches the 60-minute delivery option in Utrecht. Both stores of Decathlon will be used as logistic hubs. Consumers currently pay €9.95 to receive Decathlon products at home within 60 minutes.