Whistl has landed the communications business for NatWest Group, one of the largest mailers in the UK, in a raft of new wins and contract renewals across the group in the first half of the year.
The £685m revenue company, which provides mail, parcels, leaflet advertising, fulfilment and contact centre services in the UK and internationally has also won accounts from Dennis Publishing, Crew Clothing, Mail Impress Print, Mortons Media Group, Ramsey Health and You Garden in the mail and door-drop media divisions.
Meanwhile, Whistl has also renewed contracts with Graze, Cotton Traders, Tesco, Sky, JD Williams and Freemans Grattan.
It has also been awarded the second Northern Ireland Government postal contract. The contract for up to five years, follows on from the first contract awarded to Whistl in 2016. It covers a wide number of government and public sector bodies including those in education, health, finance, colleges and transport.
Whistl’s Parcels and Parcelhub divisions have won Virgin Media, Greener Books, Impeccable, Eurovista coffee pods, Mediasave and Hawthorn, QS Supplies and Books2door.
The international division is also experiencing rapid growth from wins with Very Group, Tabbers and Wildfire and, the fast-expanding Whistl fulfilment and contact centres division has scooped Evans brand City Chic.
Whistl chief executive Nick Wells (pictured) said: “At Whistl we have crystallised our market position as the UK’s leading logistics specialists in e-fulfilment, contact centres, parcels and mail as demonstrated by these wins. Well-known and respected brands continue to trust us to deliver for them, whether it’s our mail, parcel or fulfilment services.”
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