Two haulage firms have joined pallet networks for the first time, with Pallet-Track and Palletforce both welcoming new members. Greater Manchester-based Express Parcel Services (EPS) has become Pallet-Track’s fourth new member this year, taking on coverage of the OL postcode area covering Rochdale and Oldham. The area was previously covered by Birds Transport, which remains a Pallet-Track member. A spokeswoman for the network said: “EPS is taking on some of Birds’ area, which it has relinquished in order to focus […]
Downes Transport has signed up with United Pallet Network (UPN) after Pallet Track gave the company 12 months’ notice last year.
Hand-held technology is now holding the hands of consumers who demand the same transparency from the pallet networks as they do from the major parcel carriers – as a hygiene factor rather than a ‘nice to have.’
The continuing rise in internet shopping and an increase in the carriage of hi-tech and high-value goods helped members of the Association of Pallet Networks (APN) deliver a strong performance in 2015.