West Bromwich-based Hampson Haulage has signed up to join The Pallet Network (TPN) after fellow hauliers recommended joining. The company, which offers Hiab, flatbed and curtainsided vehicles for a range of loads, entered into palletised freight distribution in order to give customers “a more complete service”. Director Paul Hampson said: “Diversifying into pallet network business allows us to offer something new, yet complementary to our existing clients. Read more The Pallet Network recruits Time Logistics The Pallet Network sees ‘elite’ […]
Shareholder status and “attractive” postal codes lured West Bromwich-based haulier Warley Carriers away from TPN to Pallet-Track.
Dobbs Logistics has left The Pallet Network (TPN) after 17 years to join Pallet-Track.
Eddie Stobart’s purchase of The Pallet Network marks the next step in the evolution of the sector, claims boss
Eddie Stobart Logistics’ purchase of The Pallet Network (TPN) represents the evolution of the pallet network model, according to MD Mark Duggan (pictured).