New research from Whistl, the leading delivery management company in the UK, has found that 36% of online shoppers increased their frequency of online retail purchases during the Covid lockdown period. Interestingly while 49% of over-65s increased their online
Whistl, the leading delivery management company in the UK, has announced several new customer wins that are driving growth in its UK and international parcels business.
Whistl, the leading delivery management company in the UK, has undertaken a survey to understand the international online purchasing behaviour of consumers in key ecommerce markets.
Whistl, the leading delivery management company in the UK, has undertaken research with a representative sample of 1000 UK consumers to understand how e-tailers can improve the experience their customers receive when using call centre support. The wide-ranging study revealed
Whistl, the UKs largest delivery management company, has launched a trial in three locations of a new delivery service for low volume e-tailers who cannot access competitive parcel pricing due to their low volumes.
Retailers providing free delivery for online purchases do not seem to experience an increase in the number of items returned according to a UK wide study of online shopping behaviour by Whistl, the leading delivery management company.
In a survey of UK adults by Whistl, the leading delivery management company, 75% of respondents said they wanted e-retailers to minimise parcel packaging waste and use environmentally friendly materials for packaging their online purchases.
British consumers are forking out approximately £2bn every year on delivery subscription services and it shows no signs of slowing as the type of subscriptions on offer continues to grow, alongside their popularity.
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