Peak pain relief campaign launched by Whistl

Peak pain relief campaign launched by Whistl

 UK logistics specialists in e-fulfilment, mail and parcels Whistl, has launched a campaign targeting mid-sized e-commerce businesses with a creative solution to their potential peak time headaches.

Using Whistl’s direct mail experience it has developed a campaign based upon the idea of a fulfilled medical prescription.  The outer addressed package simulates a prescription bag with the inner box designed to look like a pack of Whistl relief pills.  The inner packet contains a scratch card highlighting the solutions to which Whistl can provide relief.

The purpose of the campaign is to highlight common issues that arise over peak periods and how Whistl is uniquely placed to help businesses alleviate challenges, with supply chain solutions from customer service support, delivery management and fulfilment.

Alistair Cochrane, CEO of Whistl, said: “We are pleased to demonstrate our customer acquisition skills through this campaign for potential e-commerce fulfilment clients.  It highlights our creative ability to support customers through the full e-commerce supply chain.”

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