It is possible to send and get parcels 24/7 by using this system called DØGNPOSTEN.
The system KePol
Døgnposten 24 / 7 parcels
Perhaps the U.S. needs to consider this method in lieu of our ailing postal service. Fascinating!
The system was introduced in 2008, and today there are 130 stations around the country. I found this link, which mention other countries who are using it. Perhaps U.S. will be on that list one day 🙂 Thank you for your response.
That’s a good system. It looks very strong against winter cold. 🙂
You are right, it makes me think that one shoudn´t send things which need a stabile temperature 🙂
This sounds like a fabulous system, Giiid. Sadly, I don’t think it would work here… these stations would be vandalised and broken open within minutes. 😦 I think it would be such fun to fetch a parcel there!
I can imagine you and flath Kathy spending quite some time there, hoping to find a parcel.. 😉
Giggle… She’s so excited at the prospect of visiting Denmark. I’ll let you know her travel plans as soon as I can.
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