Are you one of the 19 million French fans of the Vinted application, on which you can sell or buy second-hand clothes, shoes and other handbags?
Here is a new partnership that may well interest you!
From this Wednesday, Vinted connected lockers (stamped Vinted Go) will be installed in Franprix stores.
"After a first store, Place d'Aligre in Paris (12th), we are going to set up these lockers in around twenty other Franprix, both in other districts of the capital, but also in the Hauts-de-Seine , Seine-Saint-Denis and Val-de-Marne”, announces exclusively to the Parisian Cécile Guillou, the general manager of the sign.
A service billed for less than three euros
Concretely, to recover a Vinted parcel, you can now choose between several delivery options, including one going through a parcel relay.
“We are going to offer a new option to our customers: delivery to a Franprix.
This service will be charged less than three euros, so users will gain financially, ”explains Vytautas Atkocaitis, vice-president of Vinted Go, the Lithuanian unicorn.
Suffice to say that it is a triple winning partnership.
Beyond the well-understood interest of customers, therefore, Vinted "is delighted to be able to offer them an additional service, and we are also improving our environmental score, since this will avoid deliveries to users' homes", deciphers Vytautas Atkocaitis.
An equivalent partnership signed with Carrefour
Franprix, for its part, relies heavily on this new alliance “to improve traffic in our stores”, adds Cécile Guillou.
The Casino group brand will also receive rent from Vinted for each locker installed within its walls.
Cécile Guillou relies heavily on this new local service, which complements other services (parcel relay, press, lockers for keys, etc.)
"In all, we have 1,000 Franprix installed in dense and urban areas", recalls the one who says she is "ready, very quickly, to launch this operation, in around fifty stores".
A second similar partnership was signed between Vinted and the Carrefour brand.