Prism DM rebranded as Whistl Fulfilment

By Dan Wilson February 6, 2018 - 3:13 pm

Whistl, the delivery management company with activities in Business Mail, Doordrop Media and Parcels, has rebranded Prism DM to become Whistl Fulfilment, as part of its strategy to expand into the growing ecommerce market. Whistl acquired the business in July 2017.

They say they are now able to offer clients the ability to outsource their complete fulfilment requirements or it can build a bespoke solution from its portfolio of services: fulfilment and warehousing; logistics management; IT solutions; and, customer support.

The newly branded company is based in Farnborough and Rushden with range of well known clients already including Long Tall Sally, Oliver Sweeney, Brand Alley, Warner Brothers Studios, Le Chameau, National Trust, Sport Pursuit, Macmillan and Emma’s Diary. But with this launch it looks very much like they want to get marketplace merchants and smaller retail brands to use the service.

Lieneke Happel, Managing Director of Whistl Fulfilment says of the changes: “We are able to provide retailers with a high quality, seamless experience from first click to final delivery which frees them up to concentrate on growing their business whilst we bring greater efficiency and economy-of-scale to their supply chain.”

Whistl Fulfilment

For more information about Whistl Fulfilment – visit We wrote about Whistl’s investment in Prism DM late last summer in this piece: Whistl deal with Prism means ecommerce opportunities.

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