Whistl believes its ability to offer customers a one-stop shop from mail through to parcels and fulfilment services will ensure its future success as the mail market stagnates. Presenting its full-year results for the year to 31 December 2017, the downstream access (DSA) mail specialist, which was subject to a management buyout in 2015, declared it had a significant opportunity to increase market share in parcels thanks to the explosion in e-commerce. In their statement to the accounts, the company’s […]
The government’s apprenticeship levy will come into force in April 2017. This means in just four months, companies with a payroll of £3m or more will be paying 0.5% of that cost into a pot, which UK businesses will be able to draw from for staff training.
Having fired the starting gun on the sale of its remaining stake in Royal Mail last week, the government is out of the blocks and has sold 15% of its shareholding to institutional investors.
Whistl has signed a seven year contract with pension and asset management company Aegon.