Today, Albert Heijn introduced its new delivery point concept in Utrecht at Capgemini’s offices – the first company to make use of this service that was first piloted at Ahold’s office in Zaandam.
Capgemini's employees will be able to order their groceries online and have them delivered to their place of work. An Albert Heijn employee will be on hand to load the groceries into employees' cars. The Albert Heijn Delivery Point is the next step in online grocery ordering, and makes Albert Heijn an even better place to shop.
Customers nowadays lead busier lives, with less time, making convenience more important than ever before, which is why we are providing them with a range of alternatives: doing their groceries themselves in our stores, or ordering their groceries online and either having them delivered to their homes or picking them up. More and more customers are ordering their groceries online. In order to make this easier for them, Albert Heijn is expanding its delivery service to include the AH Delivery Point concept – customers can order their groceries on ah.nl and have them delivered to their place of work. In doing so, they are working together with companies that want to provide their employees with an additional service. Soon, a number of companies, together with Albert Heijn, will ask what their employees think about this service. Within a few weeks, it will also be possible to place an order at an AH Delivery Point from a mobile device.