InBin kicks porch pirates to the curb, keeps home owners connected to their deliveries.
A complete solution to protect packages, prevent theft, and alert owners of important deliveries coming in early 2018.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BETHLEHEM, PA December 26, 2017 – InBin, a new delivery solution for home owners and businesses, announced the launch of their new InBin Parcel Box with IQ. The new solution, aptly named InBin, solves the problem of package theft and misdeliveries, simply and seamlessly. Incorporating a specially designed parcel box that allows for easy delivery and retrievals, a first of its kind encrypted locking mechanism to prevent tampering and complete sensor technology to alert users of deliveries, pick-ups, temperature, humidity and other important information.
“For nearly two years, a team of technologists, a former QVC marketing executive, and a USPS mail carrier with over 30 years’ experience have worked to solve the emerging problem of package theft. The result is InBin and its poised to become the standard smart mailbox for all your packages,” Dave Geipel, Partner, InBin Solution team. “We’ve found a great balance between product design and technology application to solve one of the greatest challenges facing ecommerce and delivery companies around the globe – logistics final quarter mile.”
InBin is a patent-pending system that begins with an intelligent design. Unlike a traditional mailbox which only USPS mail carriers can access, the InBin works with all delivery carriers including USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, Amazon, and private delivery services. It’s spacious for most standard size boxes and packages keeping them out of sight from would-be thieves. And the user doesn’t need to sign up for additional services since it notifies user via a mobile alert or through their smart home assistant. Get a package, get notified.
“The last mile in logistics is the most untouched and untapped part of the delivery process. Now that Christmas is over, many people have lost their most important purchases right out from under their noses. While they couldn’t have an InBin for Christmas 2017, we have everything in place to make 2018 the year for zero-stress delivery,” adds Dave.
InBin and its patent-pending Ending Points technology is focused on emerging logistics and technology that utilizes IoT, Smart Home, Mobile Apps and other technologies to connect users with their deliveries. The result of these technologies is a smart mailbox for all packages. Gone are the days of staring at tracking numbers, checking for updates every five minutes and putting your life on hold in order to insure your valuables make it to their destination.
A recent study by Shorr Packaging revealed the lengths that consumers are going to prevent package theft. Some ways they currently try to deter theft include paying extra for insurance, having their packages delivered to an alternate location, even driving to a store location and waiting in line to pick up their online purchases. Some have installed security cameras to protect their home, but they won’t stop a thief because the camera can’t intervene. Just place an InBin on your porch or next to your garage, activate notifications, even connect it to a security camera and you’re back in control of your deliveries.
ABOUT INBIN AND GMGMG, LLC
InBin is a package delivery solution by GMG, a leading digital solutions company helping businesses design, deliver and drive their business through emerging technology solutions. InBin and its patent-pending Ending Points technology is focused on emerging logistics and technology leveraging Smart Home, Blockchain, Mobile Apps and other technologies to connect users with their deliveries. Through its methodology, the company creates and implements digital transformation strategy for business, simplifying complex problems.
Marty Steinberger, InBin, 267-875-3150, press @ inbin.co
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