COVID-19 Notice - Snaile remains fully open for business. We are working safely and - wherever possible - remotely. Tier 1 customer support remains unaffected. We are making every effort to meet our regular production timelines; however, like many, our parts supply chain and assembly staff has been impacted by COVID-related restrictions, and, as such, we are experiencing some unavoidable delays. We appreciate your patience and ongoing support during these challenging times.

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Commercial Buildings Adapting to COVID-19 With Smart Parcel Lockers

By Jack Landau, UrbanToronto, November 27, 2020 https://urbantoronto.ca/news/2020/11/commercial-buildings-adapting-covid-19-smart-parcel-lockers With a global pandemic drastically altering the way we interact with our workspaces, both older and modern office buildings alike are suffering issues unforeseen during their design stage. The first wave of COVID-19...

Snaile Lockers Earn High Marks under UL and Standard Council Canada test CAN/ULC-S102 for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies

KWC115 Abstract red grunge rubber stamp with caption FIREPROOF and blazing fire Developed by UL and Standard Council Canada, the National Building Code of Canada and provincial codes have specified CAN/ULC-S102 Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials and Assemblies, for the...

Parcel deliveries create more woes for landlords Is your policy putting you at risk?

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 by Erin Ruddy in EMI Network'sCanadian Apartment Magazine https://www.reminetwork.com/articles/parcel-deliveries-create-more-woes-for-landlords/ With many regions across Canada in the throes of a second lockdown and the holiday season now in full swing, multi-residential property managers are facing a surge...

CityNews TV: The high-tech way to deal with condo package deliveries

By Audra Brown CityNews Toronto With the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a huge increase in online shopping and package deliveries at Toronto condos. Audra Brown checks out a high tech solution. https://toronto.citynews.ca/video/2020/10/22/the-high-tech-way-to-deal-with-condo-package-deliveries/ Recent TV feature on CityNews Toronto – click...

Globe & Mail: Smart lockers in demand as touchless package delivery becomes the office norm

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/industry-news/property-report/article-smart-lockers-in-demand-as-touchless-package-delivery-becomes-the/ BY PETER NOWAKSPECIAL TO THE GLOBE AND MAILPUBLISHED AUGUST 18, 2020 Snaile has smart-locker installations in 23 Canadian cities.TY TRAN/HANDOUT The Covid-19 pandemic has had at least one positive effect on Richard Myers’s business. Users of Alternawork, his 25,000-square-foot...

Live Patrol and Snaile Lockers Join Forces to Solve Parcel Delivery Problems in Canadian Buildings

TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Live Patrol, providers of live video remote security solutions, have partnered with Snaile Lockers to solve the logistical and practical difficulties associated with parcel deliveries in multi-residential high-rise and office buildings. These Canadian companies have collaborated to develop a solution...

Snaile Parcel Lockers: A Smart Addition to any Condo, Office or Apartment Building

Smart technology is playing a key role in managing parcel deliveries in Canadian multi-residential buildings Furnaces that warm the house just in time for the homeowners’ arrival, electronic personal assistants that keep track of everything from board meetings to grocery...

Snaile: Smart Solutions for Post-Pandemic Problems

Multi-residential properties are turning to smart technology to manage the surge of parcels brought on by post-COVID conditions Consider it the perfect storm: a steadily growing population and skyrocketing housing costs have resulted in Canada’s multi-residential market being more robust...

Smart Lockers in Demand as Touchless Package Delivery Becomes the Office Norm

First Published in The Globe and Mail on August 18, 2020 by Peter Nowak. The Covid-19 pandemic has had at least one positive effect on Richard Myers’s business. Users of Alternawork, his 25,000-square-foot co-working offices in Oakville, Ont., can now...

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