Elddis Transport has joined Palletforce after a 17-year hiatus from pallet networks. Based in County Durham, Elddis runs a fleet of 160 vehicles out of nine hubs. It will cover postcodes in the Consett and Tyne Valley area for Palletforce from today (26 October). Elddis joins Murray Hogg (a founder Pall-Ex member), which became a Palletforce member in May, and long-standing member BM Stafford International Transport. Palletforce said it had now significantly boosted its presence in the north-east of England. […]
United Pallet Network (UPN) is to move to a new home next year as it makes provision for continuing growth.
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Palletways has taken 67 new Mercedes-Benz trucks in a range of sizes to be distributed among its UK depots.