There is no sign of growth in the pallet sector slowing despite a “difficult trading climate”, according to the Association of Pallet Networks (APN). The association’s figures for Q1 2017 show that its members moved more than 5.9 million pallets in the period, 7.2% higher than Q1 2016. APN chairman Paul Sanders said its members were seeing year-on-year growth across their businesses, with a 7% increase in next day volumes, 8.7% growth in half pallets and 6.5% for quarter-pallet volumes. […]
From Palletforce’s new £50m super hub to Pall-Ex’s expansion across Europe, 2017 has been an exciting year for the pallet networks. MT takes a look back at what the year held for the sector’s players.
Kammac has joined Pallet-Track, taking on the WA postcode that is being vacated by Abbey Logistics Group at the end of next month.