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 […]
Yodel has expressed its disappointment at the results of a consumer poll in which it was voted the worst of the major parcel delivery firms in the UK.
DPD has invested £3.5m on a new depot in Peterborough, which will be double the size of its current site in the city.
Online electricals retailer AO is opening its third distribution warehouse in four months at G-Park in Stoke-on-Trent as part a move to create a strong logistics hub in the North West.