Whistl said new customer wins amid an e-commerce boom were driving growth in its UK and international parcels business. They include Monster Books, Goldstone Books and secondhand book e-tailer Alex the Fat Dawg. Whistl added that long-term customers including Cotton Traders and Yorkshire Building Society have also renewed contracts for its downstream access mail services. Read more Whistl names new Parcelhub MD Whistl predicts impact of COVID-19 on international e-commerce Whistl launches low-volume parcel delivery service for e-tailers It said […]
Connect Group saw its pre-tax profit and turnover fall in the first half of its current financial year, as its previously strong Tuffnells division crossed the line from profitability to loss.
The Big Green Parcel Machine is continuing to exceed Connect Group’s expectations.
As the world slowly starts to return to become more familiar, with the non-essential shops opening, us being able to socialise a bit more and seeing our families and the dream of having a pie and a pint almost within grasp, it seems like a good opportunity to look both back and forward.