Droitwich rail station has Amazon Hub Lockers installed - The Droitwich Standard

Droitwich rail station has Amazon Hub Lockers installed

Droitwich Editorial 6th Jul, 2022   0

DROITWICH Spa station is one of several sites to have installed Amazon Hub Lockers that will allow West Midlands Railway (WMR) passengers to collect shopping as they travel.

The system will allow online shoppers to get purchases delivered to a locker rather than a home or business address, allowing them to collect them at their convenience.

Amazon will send email notifications with a unique pick-up code informing the customer of the address and opening times.

Droitwich Spa is one of six WMR stations across the region to have already had lockers installed, with the others being Coleshill Parkway, Kidderminster, Stechford, Stratford-upon-Avon and Telford Central.




Another 14 lockers have been installed at stations operated by London Northwestern Railway, including Tamworth and Nuneaton.

WMR’s head of property, Robert Goode said: “This innovative project will make life easier for our customers and allow them to pick up shopping at their convenience as they travel around the rail network.


“The lockers are already proving popular and I am sure we will see more people using them as passenger numbers continue to climb following the pandemic.”

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