The Authority for Consumers & Markets (ACM) would like to see the number of bezorgpunten for individual parcels is increased. That will increase the choice and thus of competition, it is better for the environment, and results in less irritation to the consumer. That will conclude the supervisor in a clinical trial for the delivery of parcels, which on Friday was published.
the study looked at the PAST, to the so-called last mile, the last stretch of the path that a packet takes on its way to the consumer. "This is pakketbezorgers to be the most effective, if they are to address the need to drive to get a package to deliver."
It will be cost efficient, but it is also better for the environment and reduces traffic. According to the ACM's are coming to an increasing level of complaints about nuisance caused by bezorgbusjes. There are also complaints from the consumers about the packages that are out in the garden or in the bin, when people are away from home.
the Service, and pakketkluizen would be a good alternative to home delivery. However, from the study of the PAST reveals that less than half of the households, as a point on the foot and has to sit. "The PAST is the expansion of the number of bezorgpunten would be desirable. This increase gives consumers greater freedom of choice."
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Often, the points are but one and the same company, rather than by the parties. "As a result, the number of households with a delivery point at the walk, rising to 75 per cent. Compared to other countries, the Netherlands has very little pakketkluizen.
"Investment cost may become a barrier to the more pakketkluizen. In addition, the placement of the pakketkluizen is sometimes made more difficult by the differences in municipal policy making."