Volvo Cars Corporation, an automobile manufacturer, based in Sweden is all set to introduce its premium car services named as In –Car Delivery Services. These particular services of Volvo help in delivering automobile at places within two hours of on-line shopping.
The respective company has teamed up with a Swedish startup company Urb-it so as to expand its delivery services specifically In-Car Deliveries. It kerbs in increasing tried and tested cars, hence providing a foundation for entirely nave game-changing approach while reclining usage of automobiles.
Urb-It is a decentralised computing platform built on a clean slate OS. It is a personal server based on the virtual computer in the cloud that you own, trust, and control. One can also get in line invitation and receive occasional progress reports.
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Volvo Cars (better known as Volvo Personvagnar AB) was established in April 1927 with its headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. It deals with manufacturing and marketing sport utility vehicles, station waggons, sedans, compact executive sedans, and coupes. With approximately 2,300 local dealers from around 100 national sales companies worldwide, Volvo Cars’ largest markets are the United States, Sweden, China and Belgium.
According to Bjorn Annual, Senior Vice President Marketing Sales and Service at Volvo Car Group, We understand the value of the In-car Delivery service we have developed. We’ve all had phone calls at work from delivery people trying to deliver packages to our homes that need to be signed for when there is no one home. With our In-car Delivery service, we effectively turn your car into a delivery location and assign a one-time digital key to the delivery person, actually eliminating delivery failure.
In-Car Delivery Services was introduced in 2015 with the help of Urb-It in Stockholm City officially in initial trial tenure till 2016. After the success of joint venture of Urb-It and In-Car Delivery services by Volvo Cars, the company is planning to increase the availability while expanding towards European cities as well as other 200 cities around the globe within the year 2025.