Palletways UK has celebrated the fifth birthday of its apprenticeship scheme. Since it launched at the end of 2012, 17 apprentices have entered the scheme, with 11 recieving full time employment at its completion. The scheme’s apprentice retention rate stands at 79%, which Palletways UK MD Dave Walmsley celebrated as “well above the national average of 67%”. He added: “Palletways has well and truly got behind apprenticeships. People are the foundation of our success as a market leader, so investing […]
Leicester-based Premier Logistics has extended its coverage within the Pall-Ex pallet network, following its purchase of the business and assets of Cobley Transport (Reading) last year.
Building materials company Cemex will run its apprenticeship scheme for the second year running.
Having achieved record volume last year 2013 is set to be another record breaker, with the UK’s nine pallet networks on course to handle the most pallets through their systems that they have ever done since the launch of the concept two decades ago.