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 […]
Post and parcel delivery companies could significantly reduce harmful city emissions and traffic congestion, if bold steps are taken to reshape last-mile delivery ecosystems, according to a new study by consultants Accenture.
Rising parcel volume almost offset the fall in Royal Mail’s letters volume, a trading statement for the nine months ended 27 December 2015 said.
Hermes will shortly be opening a temporary parcel sortation hub in Bradford to accommodate a forecast 15% rise in parcels volume this year.