Pall-Ex is working with De Montford University Leicester to develop creative ideas that promote careers in logistics to people aged 16 to 24. The palletised freight network has tasked second year marketing students to dream up ways to inspire young people into the industry. Campaigns will promote HGV driving roles and other careers and encourage applicants from under-represented groups, such as women and BAME communities. The industry is facing a growing shortage of drivers due to an ageing workforce; research […]
The newest member to join the Pall-Ex network only launched in July, but its directors said its aim was to generate revenues of £10m within two years.
Pall-Ex has become the latest logistics business to sign the Armed Forces Covenant in a move aimed at both helping veterans and tackling the industry’s skills shortage.
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.