Wigan-based cardboard box manufacturer, Boxed-Up, are getting ahead of Spring promotions this year, as they prepare for their annual Bonanza campaign, due to launch on 5th April, to help online retailers boost their sales this Spring.
Boxed-Up are launching their Bonanza campaign to encourage online retailers to stock up on corrugated boxes in advance of Spring sales and promotions.
According to KPMG, UK retail sales rose by 1.6% in last month, with the sales of non-food products growing by 6.4% in February. This was slightly lower than the 8% growth compared with last year, so with a slight downturn in retail sales in 2018 so far, retail businesses face even more pressure to generate revenue.
Kate Hulley, Managing Director at Boxed-Up said: “We want to stay ahead of the curve in supplying the hundreds of online businesses that we serve by giving them an opportunity to fully stock up in advance of their Spring sales promotions.”
Boxed-Up will be offering a 5% discount on all purchases on the 5th April, to make the process as simple as possible for businesses who are looking to plan ahead and take advantage of Spring promotions.
As suppliers to the online industry, Boxed-Up stock a range of products including shipping boxes, single wall and double wall corrugated boxes, all ideal for transportation, storage and delivery.
For further information about the Bonanza please visit the Boxed-Up website.
"We want to stay ahead of the curve in supplying the hundreds of online businesses that we serve by giving them an opportunity to fully stock up in advance of their Spring sales promotions."
Kate Hulley, Managing Director
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