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Fast-growing postal business Secured Mail is launching two new services as it bids to surge ahead of competitors and diversify its customer offering.
The company is launching a door-to-door service for unaddressed mail and a first-class service in selected areas offering customers an alternative to existing providers.
The new provisions will further enhance Secured Mail’s reputation as an innovative, bespoke postal operator with an impressive client list in every sector.
The new door-to-door service, named Home Delivery, offers delivery of unaddressed mail at competitive prices, allowing customers full visibility of their postage spend.
The first-class service gives customers access to faster delivery times, with mail items distributed during Royal Mail’s morning round if they are collected the previous day.
Tom Kilroy, Secured Mail’s sales and business development director, said: “Our new door-to-door and first-class provision demonstrates our continued commitment to understanding and supporting customer requirements.
“By differentiating ourselves from our competitors we are able to continually innovate and respond to customer feedback in a positive, proactive way.
“We continue to grow rapidly in a very competitive marketplace. I am confident this will further enhance our overall offering as we strive to become the postal provider of choice for UK businesses.”
The first-class and Home Delivery services are due to launch in early 2012.
The announcement of the new services comes on the back of fresh contract wins and impressive growth at Secured Mail, one of the UK’s fastest-growing companies. The business is expected to unveil turnover for 2010/11 well up on 2009/10’s £32million.