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 […]
Palletways and Nigel Rice Transport parted company at the end of last year due to concerns about the now collapsed operator’s ability to meet its network commitments.
Palletways is to launch services in the Czech Republic and Slovakia next month, a move that expands its services across 13 countries on the Continent.
18) James Wilson, CEO, Palletways After two decades with TNT, Edinburgh-based James Wilson was ready for a new challenge. That came in the shape of Palletways, which he bought with backing from Phoenix Equity Partners in 2004.