Sendle - Carbon Neutral Delivery
We've been using Sendle to deliver our personalised TheatreCaps for the last couple of years.
The Sendle service is fantastic and they've always delivered on time. Delivering our products internationally we've relished the fact we have a premium, highly efficient, well priced and environmentally friendly courier service to match the level of quality we like to provide our customers.
Sendle is an Australian-based company which provides courier services within the country, focusing primarily on small to medium-sized businesses and online retailers. It claims to be the first courier company in Australia to offer fully carbon neutral services.
Sendle was founded in 2014 by James Bradfield Moody, Sean Geoghegan and Craig Davis. In 2015, Sendle said that it had become Australia's first carbon neutral delivery service.
We love the fact their service is carbon neutral too - perfectly aligned with our environmental aspirations.
In August 2016, Sendle said that it had surpassed 100 million kilometres in its deliveries and that it had raised $5 million for further expansion. The company won the 2016 NSW Telstra Business Award in the new business category.
In 2017, Sendle announced an agreement with DHL eCommerce to facilitate international deliveries from Australia, and a systems integration with e-commerce companies eBay, Shopify, Shipstation, WooCommerce and Xero to streamline order handling. In 2018, the company said that it was partnering with eBay and had become one of their delivery partners.
We're always looking for ways to improve our service so if you have any suggestions for improving our delivery service then please do let us know.
Together we'll create the best environment for patient care.
If you would like to purchase name and role personalised TheatreCaps please check out our website TheatreCaps.com. All profits from the sale of our caps go towards supporting other patient safety initiatives.
Theatre Caps 'Patients are extremely supportive of name and role theatre caps believing it to be a good idea that will make them feel safe and re-assured during their peri-operative experience.' This was the conclusion of a survey of 129 patients performed at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK. 95% of patients indicated it's a good idea, 95% of patients indicated it would help them understand who is looking after them, 95% of patients indicated they would find this reassuring during their visit. These were some of the patients comments: 'I think it is a fabulous idea as when the staff introduce themselves you often forget, it’s nice to be able to use people’s names it makes you feel less nervous.' 'As an older person who can’t remember names and feels embarrassed about this it would help me and lots like me, thank you.' 'Magic!''A definite yes as you could recognise trained nurses from healthcares porters and anyone else who wears scrubs around the hospital.' 'It’s a very good idea.' 'A great idea, would make patients feel safe and know who they were talking to.' 'Very good idea.' 'I think this is a good idea.' 'It is easier to see the name on a hat than on a badge as badges are not always visible, a hat is eye level' 'Nurses usually introduce themselves when they meet you and have some tags anyway but it wouldn’t do any harm having names on hats and it may stand out more.' 'Different colour uniforms are confusing, love this idea!!' 'I think that this would be a good idea as you can identify people who are dealing with you and I think that it makes a more reassuring experience for some people who are afraid or procedures.' 'I think this is a great idea.' 'Very helpful doing a good job thank you.' 'Make it easier to relate to who is treating you.' 'Makes it easier than looking at badges.' 'Help you remember who is looking after you.'