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GMGMG’ InBin introduces new solution to prevent theft of packages delivery

PKBR Staff Writer Published 27 December 2017

Digital solutions company GMGMG’ InBin, a new delivery solution for home owners and businesses, has introduced new InBin Parcel Box with IQ, to prevent theft and alert owners of packages delivery.

The new InBin box is intended to protect the package from theft and misdeliveries, simply and seamlessly.

InBin said that the solution focuses on emerging logistics and technology which uses IoT, Smart Home, Mobile Apps and other technologies to connect users with their deliveries.

Featuring patent-pending Ending Points technology, the InBin can work with all delivery carriers including USPS, UPS, FedEx, DHL, Amazon, and private delivery services.

The system incorporates a specially designed parcel box to enable easy delivery and retrievals; a first-of-its-kind encrypted locking mechanism designed to prevent tampering; and a complete sensor technology to alert users of deliveries, pick-ups, temperature, humidity and other important information.

InBin Solution team partner Dave Geipel: "For nearly two years, a team of technologists, a former QVC marketing executive, and a USPS mail carrier with over 30 years' experience has 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.

"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."

The new solution is planned for market launch in early 2018.

Image: The InBin provides package delivery alerts and notifications through all carriers and delivery services. Photo: courtesy of InBin/PR Newswire.