Lenham-based freight forwarder Abacus International Shipping and leading Hazchem haulier Butlers of Kent have both joined The Pallet Network (TPN) this week to cover postcodes in their fiercely contested south-east region. Abacus, which has been trading for 32 years, has previously used five pallet networks to handle imported freight from continental Europe and recently decided to take greater control of this freight by handling onward haulage itself. “We’ve had problems with some other networks , but never with TPN,” says […]
Basildon-based EDG Group has taken over fellow TPN member Enterprise Freight and Transport Services.
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.