Two weeks after the launch of our new BPM Parcel-Station at the Smets Premium Store Strassen we are proud to announce that it has been a success.
Since 1986, SMETS has been an absolute reference in fashion and design in Luxembourg. Always a step ahead as far as evolution and innovation goes, SMETS is looking forward to offer, in collaboration with BPM-Lux, a renewed and unique shopping experience by installing a BPM Parcel-Station at the entrance of SMETS PREMIUM STORE LUXEMBOURG, located in Strassen.
As noted in a recent ”Luxemburger Wort” article, 70'000 people were living alone in Luxembourg in 2011. Since this trend is growing exponentially, there must be many more by now. This means that over one third of homes, either houses or apartments, are occupied by a single person. Wow!
BPM-Lux has, like every year, repeated its support for the children of Burkina Faso in 2015. Robert G. Thiemann, managing director of BPM-Lux, handed of a cheque worth 2200 Euros to the Chrëschte mam Sahel – Chrétiens pour le Sahel organisation, represented by Alain Lentz, coordinator, and Marie-Josée Frank, responsible for fund raising.
In order to keep up with the growing demand, we have expanded the Cactus Esch Lallange Parcel-Station. This means that we shall be able
to serve you even better and faster.
We hope that you enjoy the added comfort and better service that the change will provide.
In their latest public relations campaign, BIL (Banque Internationale à Luxembourg) puts the spotlight on companies they have supported and advised over the past years, by presenting them in various articles.
BPM is grateful and very proud to have been selected for one of the business cases, which has already been released in several important national publications. You can read the full article below.
Since June 13, 2014, the European Commission implemented new rules concerning online shopping. The same goes for classic retail.
There is an important change : customers can still return their purchases within 14 days, but retailers can now make the customer pay for the shipping costs incurred.