The Pallet Network (TPN), part of Culina Group, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Bridgetime Group based in Cwmbran, South Wales.

Bridgetime Group was founded in 2002 and began with just a handful of trucks and one customer. Over the years they have grown from a small family run business to a thriving SME with a portfolio of Blue-Chip customers, an impressive fleet of over 100 vehicles, and nearly 100 members of staff, making Bridgetime Group one of the largest employers in the area.

Bridgetime Group specialize in next day and 48-hour UK delivery and collections, full and half load groupage, export & import, storage, and parcel delivery.

“The Bridgetime Group customer base has grown over the past few years and joining TPN will help us to continue building on this success,” said Robbie Evans, Director, Bridgetime Group, “Becoming part of TPN is the next logical step in our journey and will aid us with our plans for future expansion.” 

Bridgetime Group will be providing palletised freight collection and delivery services on behalf of TPN.

“We are looking forward to working with Bridgetime Group over the coming years,” said Mark Kendall, Managing Director of TPN, “We are committed to helping them succeed.”

Acquired by Culina Group in 2021 within its high-profile acquisition of GWSA, TPN is a leading player in the now well-established Pallet Networking sector.

With over 125 high calibre local haulier members across more than 140 locations nationwide it is both a thriving successful business and a valuable resource to the overall Culina Group for nationwide shipment of small consignments of palletised freight.

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