Pallet-Track will increase its number of members to 80, after recruiting a slew of hauliers. The network, which celebrated 10 years in business this year, will welcome long-term Pall-Ex member Massey Wilcox Transport into the fold to cover the BA and DT postcodes next September
Leyton, London-based LT Baldwin Transport makes the move from The Pallet Network in the new year and will be covering the EC and N postcodes, as well as part of the E postcode in the capital.
Former UK Pallets member Elite Eco Logistics, based in Slough, has joined Pallet-Track covering the SL area and half of the London W postcode.
Birmingham-based Mobile Freight Services (Midlands) has joined its first-ever pallet network and is covering part of the B postcodes for Pallet-Track.
Revolution Transport Services, from St Helens, is another pallet network virgin and will cover the WN postcodes from 8 December.
Pallet-Track boss Nigel Parkes recently called for network member-to-member rates to rise, after his haulier-members voted through an increase.
Source: Commercial Motor