Addvery has built a project in Greece, at the heart of which lies the use of Automated Parcel Machines (lockers). This idea was inspired by the experience of other major market players such as Alza (CZ), Amazon (US), and InPost (PL).

Addvery has built a unique project in Greece, at the heart of which lies the use of Automated Parcel Machines (lockers). This idea was originally inspired by the experience of other major market players such as Alza (CZ), Amazon (US), and InPost (PL).

Throughout the whole journey beginning in May 2020, Addvery has brought a high number of unique solutions aiming to develop an innovative customer-oriented delivery service. The main objective of the project was and still is to enable customers to pick up their parcels at any time at stations, malls and other key places to become the best player on the Greek market.  

An important thing to mention is that Lukas Marek, the CEO of BoxNow, is simultaneously a partner at Add | Very and has successfully presented the new concept of the last mile delivery service on the Greek market. 

This project was even presented on Greek national TV (CNN Greece),  bringing the  evidence of the successful project to the public. The Addvery team has participated along with local team in developing various business aspects such as:

Key points

  • Build the local team (+60 people)
  • Build partnerships in terms of Physical stores (big retail chains, small shops, independents & municipalities), Eshops, Courier companies (+700)
  • Installation of lockers in +60 cities (+700)
  • Marketing (logo & locker design, newspapers, leaflets, banners)
  • End-to-end creation of our own IT infrastructure (web design, database, application)
  • E2E processes development
  • Launch of 8 services (B2C, B2B, Peer-to-Peer (P2P), Cash-on-Delivery (CoD), customer mobile apps) 
  • Reporting (Power BI)
  • Software Python (identification of the most relevant locations for placement of lockers in various places in Greece based on scores)


  • Own IT infrastructure developed without any external support
  • Own, fully Independent & Digital Systems designed in 6 months
  • Independent Website Built
  • Independent API integrations designed
  • Inhouse APM Monitor system created
  • Structured Workflow established
  • Internal Dev Team hired
  • SDK created – Any new partner can be connected in the matter of hours!

BoxNow group is planning the expansion into the Croatian and Cypriot market along with Add | Very team. The internal team awaits new challenges to again develop  successful businesses in unknown markets.

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