University Mailrooms Are Making Room for Lockers

As students start arriving back on campus, university mailrooms are preparing for the rush of textbooks that will soon be arriving as well. In the age of ecommerce, it is no surprise that many students choose to skip the line in the campus bookstore and order their textbooks online instead. Websites such as Amazon, eCampus, and Chegg offer textbooks at significant savings- giving students yet another reason to order online. But while ordering a textbook is one thing, receiving it is another.

Although many websites offer speedy delivery, the journey a package takes across campus before arriving in a student’s hands can be lengthy. Mailroom staff must manually sort through the abundance of packages they receive each day, slowing down delivery time. This process can be stressful for the mailroom staff managing packages as well as students who have time-sensitive shipments.

Automated, self-service Package Concierge® locker systems offer a solution to these package management problems. Student housing communities equipped with package lockers and package rooms make it easy for their students and staff alike. Lockers relieve stress on mail center staff and allow students to retrieve their packages when it is convenient for them – whether that is between classes or late at night; their packages remain secure until they are able to pick them up.

The Package Concierge® system is designed to be “carrier agnostic.” Whether your Campus Mail Services organization exclusively delivers packages across campus – or if carriers such as UPS, FedEx and USPS deliver their own packages – our package management solution will work for you.

If your university mailroom is swimming in packages and in need of a solution, click here to learn how Package Concierge® can be the management solution for you or contact us directly to discuss your immediate needs!

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