Amazon is rolling out its Hub machine to more apartment buildings starting Tuesday.
The machine is designed to give apartment dwellers a secure place to receive packages if they don’t have a doorman.
Retrieving packages sent to people who live in multiple-unit buildings is a big pain point for both online shoppers and Amazon, which often has to resend packages that have been lost or stolen.
Amazon is ready to Hub to it.
Its new Hub machine, which is basically an Amazon Locker for people who live in apartments, is now being offered to building management companies around the country. It was announced nearly a year ago and is already in use by 500,000 people who live in buildings managed or owned by AvalonBay, Fairfield Residential, Pinnacle, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, WinnResidential, and Equity Residential.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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