Forecourts under the BP and Texaco fascias will join Jet, Spar and Londis to act as pick up points for goods bought over the net in a trial of Dropzone 1's delivery service this summer. Dropzone 1 director Lynda Wallace welcomed the new additions to the pilot scheme, which starts in the Reading area from July 31. She said that Dropzone 1 was well on its way to meeting its target of signing up 5,000 outlets for the national launch scheduled for later this year (The Grocer, May 27, p8). United Norwest Co-op signed up last week, added Wallace. - Dropzone's biggest competitor M-box says it has signed up 10 convenience store chains to act as pick up points for net shoppers. A spokesman revealed that 1,000 outlets would be badged as certified M-box service points in the first wave of the scheme. This figure is expected to rise to 10,000 by early next year, he added. {{NEWS }}