As demand for its innovative delivery service continues to grow, Panther Warehousing is gearing up to launch a unique new service which is set to revolutionise the home furnishing market.
The dedicated white-glove two-man delivery specialist has unveiled plans for a new Deliver and Build service – putting an end to the stress that many associate with self-assembly goods.
The new service, which will be trialled later this year in the run up to peak before its full launch in March 2016, will give customers the option of having their home delivery orders assembled for them. The self-assembly items include bed frames, divan sets and other household furniture. It is also thought that the service could be used for some remedial work, for example replacement of wardrobe doors.
And in addition to the new offering, customers will continue to benefit from Panther’s flexible service which includes next day delivery as well as allowing customers to select a specific delivery date up to 30 days in advance.
According to Panther, this new service is an industry first – once again giving Northampton-based Panther the competitive edge and further cementing its position as a market leader.
Colin McCarthy, Panther Warehousing’s Managing Director said: “The new Deliver and Build service is a natural progression for us as a business. The growth of the online home furnishings market, coupled with our reputation as a flexible and reliable high-end delivery specialist, means that we are perfectly placed to expand our offering to meet the growing needs of our customers.
“None of our competitors are offering this service and it is always our aim to stay ahead of the game and ensure we continue to meet the challenges of the online retail business and the expectations of shoppers. We believe this new service will prove to be incredibly popular and demand for our specialist service will grow and grow.”
Panther has enjoyed continued success since reinventing itself five years ago when the business opted to focus on one niche area – the next day, two-man delivery of household furniture and other heavy items. It was a decision that paid off for the business and Panther has gone on to both its expand its range of services to include Saturday delivery as well as its presence in the UK.
Panther has become a well-known name among retailers keen to partner with the company to help give them a competitive edge.
Also earlier this year, Panther joined forces with Mattress Online after its previous delivery provider was unable to offer next day service for two man. Its specialist service helped the business win Etailer of the Year at the National Bed Federation Awards.
Colin McCarthy added: “The growth of the home furnishings market has meant that getting that competitive edge in order to secure a larger slice of the market is vital.
“Panther is always looking at ways to enhance our offering and improve the consumer experience with added extras such as our removal of packaging and room of choice services. We believe it is vital that our customers benefit from our value-added service, while at the same time ensuring that Panther remains at the top of its game.”