NACEX, the Logista Group’s express parcel and documentation delivery firm, has put new security measures in place in order to continue guaranteeing the wellbeing of its collaborators and clients during the state of alert.
The company has implemented deliveries by means of “ZERO CONTACTO”, thus eliminating the need for the client to sign for receiving the shipment on the messenger’s mobile phone. This means that from today onwards, clients waiting to receive a shipment will receive a QR code from NACEX, which they must show to the messenger so that they can deliver it to them. In this way, contact between messenger and client is reduced, increasing safety during the process. The client also has the option of signing on the shipment in accordance with having received it (the messenger will take a photograph) or telling the messenger their information.
These measures add to others the company has been adopting since the state of alert was declared, such as the Contingency Plan for the health and safety of its workers or office personnel teleworking from home for processes that allow so.
The company reiterates its commitment to people’s health and safety and its desire to follow all recommendations regarding the prevention of the coronavirus (Covid-19).
NACEX has a wide range of services available and forms part of the Logista Group, the leading distributor of products and services to local retailers in the South of Europe.
NACEX has a fleet of over 1,600 vehicles and more than 3,000 collaborators, as well as a network of 31 hubs and over 300 franchise offices in Spain, Portugal and Andorra.