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Laura of Carconnex

Carconnex uses the Bringme Box to optimise their employees’ spare time

Delivery people were always coming and going with parcels for Carconnex employees, which disturbed everybody’s concentration. This is why the company installed a smart parcel box. Find out how the Bringme Box made an impact on the work floor via this short video.

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Bringme Box at Boerenbond

Boerenbond handles private parcels at work discreetly

Accepting parcels at the workplace is one thing, but how do you guarantee discretion and the correct arrival of the parcels? Boerenbond has relieved its reception staff and post point by installing a smart parcel box: the Bringme Box.

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Case Office Box Vanbreda

How Vanbreda Services deals with parcels at work

How do companies deal with employees’ parcels at work? Vanbreda Services went from banning private deliveries to collecting them at Document Management to a smart parcel drop box at work.

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Case Office Box TVH

TVH relieves employees with smart employee benefits

TVH, Thermote and Vanhalst, has become a global player in forklift distribution and parts sales. Since it's hard to find suitable employees, they offer a comprehensive benefits package to their employees.

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Case residential Box Bato Den Baron

Former post office becomes residential complex with smart in-house post office

The old post office in the centre of Dilbeek had already been empty since 2013 when it was saved from demolition by real estate developer Bato. Bato redeveloped the building into a residential project full of character and technology and in accordance with the BENOveren standard.

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Case Office Box UZ Leuven Black

How a leading hospital manages thousands of parcels

We're visiting the most famous and largest hospital in Belgium: Campus Gasthuisberg of Leuven's University Hospital, with 9000 (!) employees and 1995 beds. Thousands of parcels pass though here on a daily basis and yet Herman Homblé, head of the postal service, is still a happy man. We want to know how he does it...

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