Pallet-Track member Kammac has joined United Pallet Network (UPN).

The company, which is based in Skelmersdale near Liverpool, is replacing Preston haulier H Parkinson Haulage, which left UPN to concentrate on its core business.

Kammac, which will continue to cover the WA postcode for Pallet-Track from its Molesley depot until the end of its notice period, will be covering the PR and FY postcodes for UPN from its Skelmersdale headquarters.

The family firm, which specialises in supply chain management services, operates from six locations. These include two depots in Burton and its Skelmersdale base, as well as depots in Knowsley, Manchester and Worksop.

Kammac joined Pallet-Track in September 2017, when it replaced Abbey Logistics.

UPN MD David Brown, said: “We are really pleased that a 3PL with the calibre and reputation that Kammac has is joining UPN.

“It’s a real endorsement of UPN’s standing in the pallet network sector and our ongoing commitment to service quality improvement.”

Ged Carabini, Kammac commercial director, said: “We were impressed by UPN, its IT support, its commitment to service excellence, and its highly approachable management team.

“We offer a professional and personal service, Kammac operate with integrity and transparency to serve our customers to the highest standards. We’re excited to be joining 'Team UPN', a company that clearly holds the same values.”

UPN, which is the UK’s only privately owned pallet network, has over 90 members covering the UK, as well as European partners providing coverage throughout 26 countries.