Exp. offers new logistics service

Due to the many requests that we receive, Exp.The Demand Activation Agency is happy to announce that it will be offering a pure logistics service to our clients, for activities that do not require any client service management and/or strategic & design input.
As a result, the cost to supply you with any logistic support that you may need will be a straight direct cost plus mark-up, and will not include any client service, strategic and design costs. This will result in it being competitively priced as well as give you the professional backup and support of our professional Exp.Logistics team.

Activities where this support can be of assistance include:
• Sampling Campaigns [People requirements; transport & logistic management]
• Leaflet drops [People requirements; transport and logistic management]
• Brand Ambassador programs [People requirements; transport & logistic management]
• Events [Equipment for launches, waiter / barman requirements etc]
• Conferences [Equipment requirements etc]

Should you need a quotation on anything, please do not hesitate to contact Lorraine Hartopp on Tel: 011-549 5340 or on mail at

Alternatively, should it be required for the event, activation or conference to be developed into an experiential solution, it would then move away from a pure supply function by the Exp.Logistics team, and become an Exp.Brand Activation project with its additional cost implications.
13 Apr 2005 09:55

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