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 […]
Kenyon Haulage has joined the Fortec Distribution Network, covering the Blackburn, Blackpool and PR postcodes for the pallet network.
Pallet-Track said an initial impact on its sales volumes during the first two months of lockdown in March had been reversed and its activity levels were already exceeding original forecasts.
Palletways is to open a new, larger depot in Nijmegen serving the Benelux region.