Ge-Be signs up to Palletways network


 

Kings Lynn-based Ge-Be Transport has joined the Palletways network, taking over the Norfolk area previously covered by failed firm Heathcliff Haulage. Ge-Be Transport, which runs more than 40 vehicles and was previously a member of Palletforce, began work with Palletways in July and will handle approximately 2,000 pallets a week for the network. It takes over from Jack Richards & Son, Rase Distribution and Cross Country Carriers, which jointly began serving the area after Cambridge operator Heathcliff Haulage went into […]