Customers can now access KeyNest’s key exchange services at numerous locations across Portugal, including the network’s existing 4,000+ KeyNest Points.
KeyNest, a leading key exchange service provider for vacation rental owners, has announced its further expansion into Portugal with the introduction of innovative Locky lockers.
KeyNest’s partnership with Locky, a network of secure electronic lockers set up in collaboration with CTT, Portugal’s official postal service, allows customers to exchange keys with guests and contractors using KeyNest’s secure 6-digit code at any time of the day.
The introduction of Locky lockers offers businesses and individuals a convenient, secure, and 24/7 accessible solution to exchange keys and parcels. The lockers use advanced technology and security measures to ensure only authorised users can access the lockers. Additionally, Locky’s machines are tamper-proof and designed to withstand physical attacks.
With the expansion, customers can now access KeyNest’s key exchange services at numerous locations across Portugal, including the network’s existing 4,000+ KeyNest Points. The process of exchanging keys remains the same, and customers can rely on KeyNest’s easy-to-use platform to manage all their key exchanges from one place.
“We are delighted to expand our innovative key exchange services to Portugal through our collaboration with Locky lockers,” said Florian Hoven, the founder of KeyNest. “Locky lockers offer a secure and convenient method of exchanging keys with guests or contractors, making our customers’ lives easier. We are committed to providing our clients with innovative solutions that simplify their daily lives.”
Locky CEO, Francisco Travassos, adds: “We’re thrilled to announce this revolutionary partnership that will transform the way guests can check in and check out. The partnership between KeyNest and Locky offers a hassle-free solution for collecting or dropping off keys in a convenient, flexible, and safe way; without the need for coordinating schedules.”
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