Kent-based haulier Alan Firmin has switched pallet networks, leaving Palletforce to join Pallet-Track.
Chairman Paul Denyier said: “We are pleased to be joining Pallet-Track as a shareholder member as it is of one of the UK’s leading overnight pallet networks. This exciting new move will enable us to continue to provide a comprehensive solutions for large and small consignments, while maintaining the high standards of quality and service that our customers have come to expect.”
The move follows a year of Pallet-Track managing the Kent post code itself, as a temporary measure while it sought a new strategic partner with strong local connections.
Nigel Parkes, founder and managing director, said: “Firmin Transport joining Pallet-Track is a significant coup for us. It is major player in Kent and the south-east and it brings with it a rich history and innovative ideas for the future, not only for the network, but also the industry.”