Trailer Freight International (TFI) has moved to a new one-and-a-half acre HQ in West Bromwich after outgrowing its previous home in Walsall.

The logistics firm has doubled the size of its fleet following “rapid growth”, meaning it had to upsize for a second time in just three years after moving from its original base, also in Walsall.

TFI director Allan Collins said a large part of its success was down to its membership of the Pallet-Track network, which it joined in 2021.

Collins said: “Our recent growth is an enormous success story and we have been able to achieve it while keeping our roots firmly within the Black Country, just a few miles from the M6 and M5.

“This growth has come off the back of our Pallet-Track membership – our team are doing an excellent job with the Pallet-Track work and it has really paid off.

“It is testament to how quickly we have grown that we are on the move again less than three years after taking on our last new premises.

“The future is looking bright for TFI.”

Stuart Godman, chief executive of Pallet-Track, said: “The success of Trailer Freight International is a wonderful example of the transformative impact joining a network can have.

“We support our shareholder members, and our members support us – it is the perfect example of a partnership which delivers remarkable results for both sides.”