The Hazchem Network has announced its second new member this month, with Surrey-based Horley Road Services joining the pallet network. The family-owned company, whose fleet is over 50% ADR, will undertake deliveries into and out of the RH area. Gary Knight, Horley Road Services MD, said: “With legislative changes in industry, joining The Hazchem Network will enable us to grow. “Initial indications are that there is a substantial amount of business that we can tap into.” Read more Gardner Distribution […]
Fagan & Whalley’s growth plans continue apace, with the logistics company intending to expand into additional warehousing space this spring.
Time-sensitive logistics services provider Freight First has predicted it will triple its turnover to between £10m and £12m in the next four years.
The Pallet Network’s pallet recycling scheme, which allows partners to take their expired pallets to TPN’s hub for use in carbon-neutral energy generation, has saved 300 tonnes of wood from landfill in its first six months.