Whistl whistles up a boom

Thanks to a number of new domestic and international customer wins, delivery management company Whistl is experiencing a boom in UK and international mail and parcel deliveries.

The domestic brands include Monster Books, Goldstone Books, secondhand book e-retailer Alex the Fat Dawg, who between them are using a range of products including international and tracked services.

In addition, Whistl has seen a boom in international deliveries despite the limitations of the pandemic. In January it landed a deal with UKP to offer seamless customs clearance services for mail and parcels customers operating internationally. In April this was followed by a deal with One World Express to offer importers into the UK a tracked postal service called Insight from 220 countries around the world.

Thanks to its established business and new wins, Whistl now expects to handle more than 4 million items in 2020.

Nick Wells CEO Whistl said: “We are pleased with the strong growth we are experiencing in our international operations.  Our unique custom clearance product alongside real time tracking is proving an increasingly attractive and cost-effective product for international e-commerce customers.”

“Best in class customer service has enabled us to renew these long-standing customer relationships. It is this commitment that our new e-tailer customers value when looking for a trusted partner to handle their parcel fulfilment and delivery to their consumer.

“Our whole business focus on the success of our customers is a proven differential for Whistl in a competitive landscape.”