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What is Contactless Delivery?
Contactless delivery is typically a white-glove delivery service with minimum contact between delivery executives and customers as food or groceries are left at a spot specified by the customer at the time of ordering. Instead of handing items to people, people choose to have it left outside their doorstep for them to pick up instead.
In addition to leaving parcels outside doors, there are different contactless delivery options for customers where they can stay informed about the orders, including:
The COVID-19 pandemic forced people across the globe to adopt several changes in their lifestyles to minimize the spreading of the virus — staying at home, avoiding public spaces, wearing masks, using hand sanitizers, and maintaining a physical distance of one to two meters (three to six feet) between people.
As a result, the pandemic has caused a spike in online shopping, and home delivery of goods. Which led to a great demand for contactless or zero-touch delivery practices, especially with regards to food and grocery deliveries.
How can delivery businesses implement contactless deliveries successfully?
Benefits for businesses that adopt contactless deliveries
As nations declare complete lockdowns and billions across the globe embrace social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, consumer buying behavior is changing dramatically.read story
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