Mailbox Nationwide Delivery Services Beat Royal Mail Strikes

Devon, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 13, 2009 -- In times when the reliability of the Royal Mail is compromised, many people are realising the benefits of working with a company like Mailbox Nationwide, one of the largest independent leaflet distribution companies in the UK.

Recent strike action by Royal Mail workers saw 1 out of 8 letters undelivered, millions of parcels sitting waiting to be processed and hundreds of postal payments and cheques stuck in the process. From July to mid September strike action has taken place every other day and looks set to continue.

Mailbox Nationwide are noted for reliability by their clients. They understand how important it is for a client's door-to-door campaign materials to get out into the public domain; therefore they strive to make that happen. Moreover if a Royal Mail strike does hit, Mailbox Nationwide can arrange to collect material from any Royal Mail depot free of charge - then distribute it promptly and at the same cost.

They can deliver to any UK postcode and offer ultimate schedule flexibility - a great all round solution.

"If you're looking for a flexible solution to a distribution problem we're here to help," says a spokesperson for Mailbox Nationwide. "Getting word out about your company or a campaign is so important to its success which is why you need a reliable distributer - as an independent company we're flexible and committed to helping our clients achieve the results they want."

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About Mailbox Nationwide

Mailbox Nationwide is one of the largest independently owned distribution companies in the UK, providing door to door marketing, flyer and leaflet distribution, specialist leaflet delivery and more. They offer fast, flexible and cost effective solutions to their client's direct marketing needs.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 12, 2009 at 2:37 pm
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