UK Pallets has added two new partners – Neill & Brown Global Logistics and Hellmann Worldwide Logistics – as part of the “continued development” of the network. Neill & Brown will handle the HU postcode for the network, effectively replacing D&P Haulage, which, at the end of 2011, switched networks to UPN as a result of then UPN member Eurovision Logistics moving to Fortec. Since early 2012 D&P has been operating as a delivery only member for UK Pallets covering […]
UK Pallets, the pallet network owned by UK Mail Group, was rocked by a 64% collapse in year-on-year profits in the year to 31 March, its parent company has revealed.
Maltby, South Yorkshire-based Green Group has left UK Pallets for Pall-Ex and will cover part of the S and part of the DN postcode areas.
The Green Group has completed what it views as a breakthrough deal after securing collapsed Seafield Logistics’ Worksop site, a move that saves 70 jobs and transforms its warehousing capability.