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Amazon brings locker delivery to London
24.10.11 | Lisa Campbell
Amazon customers can now have their purchases sent to lockers in London, instead of to their homes and offices.
The company has lockers in Seattle and New York as well as the metropolitan area of London. Customers can choose to have their purchase sent to a locker instead of delivered to their homes by clicking on the ‘Search for an Amazon Locker location’ button during the checkout process.
Amazon said: “At the pick-up location you'll find a set of lockers, one of which will contain your parcel. You'll enter your pick-up code and the locker with your parcel will open.”
The service was originally trialled in Amazon's hometown of Seattle before being extended to New York and London.