Posted by Julie Day on September 08, 2016
Repsol and Correos offer parcel pick-up service

Spain’s post office (Correos) and national petrol station Repsol have joined forces in order to offer clients a new type of package pick-up and delivery service which is in the process of being rolled out across the country.

By the end of this year, customers will be able to collect parcels sent through the post from a total of 500 gas stations around Spain.

However, it must be noted that this service only deals with products and articles that have been purchased over the Internet, rather than for regular mail.

As well as picking up their Internet purchases from a number of Repsol stations, customers can also use the service to send parcels to other destinations in Spain and throughout the European Union so long as no customs documentation is required.

This resource is currently only available in approximately 225 petrol stations nationwide, the majority of them being 24-hour, with the first to implement the new system in those concentrated around Valencia.

It has gradually grown since then, and bosses hope to have the service up and running in a total of 1,500 Repsol stations across the country, although they haven’t said by when.

When customers go to collect their parcels, they will be able to do so via an electronic code, which will then give them access to an automatic locker from where they can remove their goods.



  • Repsol
  • Correos
  • pick-up service
  • Post office


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