Palletline said it had achieved full membership across the UK and Ireland and eliminated the use of subcontractors in its network.

It said that after the recruitment of 35 hauliers over the last five years it had improved profitability for its fully member-owned network.

Glen Baker, network and operations director at Palletline, said: “Palletline’s reputation for quality and service has been a key factor in attracting so many high-quality transport companies to the network.

“The elimination of subcontractors not only significantly reduces operational cost, but with every region now covered by a full member, our consistently high levels of service and customer experience have been maximised on a national scale.

“Thanks to the hard work of everyone involved, Palletline is now in a position that every other pallet network strives to achieve: total membership with zero use of subcontractors.”

At the beginning of this month, the network said it had launched Half+, a flexible pallet size service for the B2B sector and was aimed at customers requiring something larger than a half pallet.

Palletline achieves 100% network coverage

Palletline achieves 100% network coverage