Whistl appoints Director of Business Development at Parcelhub

By Dan Wilson November 6, 2018 - 5:30 pm

Whistl has appointed a new director of Business Development at Parcelhub. Whistl is known as a delivery management company with activities in Business Mail, Doordrop Media, Fulfilment and Parcels and has announced the appointment of James Hayes as the new Director of Business Development at Parcelhub. Whistl acquired the business earlier this year, as we reported here.

James joins the company from Parcel Station, a parcel delivery management company he co-founded in 2010, where he built up a deep familiarity and knowledge within the ecommerce industry. He began his career at TNT UK where he spent eight years in various sales positions and in his new role he will report into Mark Rosenberg, Managing Director of Parcelhub.

It’s a great time to join Parcelhub now that it is part of Whistl, they are on an ambitious growth and development curve both in the UK and internationally and I’m excited to be able to help this succeed.
– James Hayes, director of Business Development, Parcelhub

They say in a press release that James is married with two small children and relaxes at the weekend walking his dog or kayaking off the shores of Anglesey. If you are not familiar with Parcelhub, it provides ecommerce shipping and fulfilment, and multi-carrier shipping and ecommerce customer service solutions for small to medium sized online retailers who cannot access large scale discounts available to large volume mailers.

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