Pallet-Track has signed a new lease on a a 150,000 ft2 warehouse in Wednessbury in the Blackcountry.
Following a a record start to 2021, with growth of 16 per cent compared to the previous year, the new warehouse will enable to company to move an extra 4,000 pallets per night.
The new facility on the Bescott Industrial Estate will sit alongside Pallet-Track’s 276,000 ft2 landmark central hub in Millfields Road, Wolverhampton, as well as a southern hub in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire and a northern hub in Wigan, Greater Manchester.
It became operational during May, the busiest time in the Pallet-Track calendar as it coincides with seasonal spikes as retail prepares for often bulky summer stock, including garden furniture and barbecues.
Caroline Green, Pallet-Track’s chief executive officer, said: “Managed expansion has always been the strategy and we’ve had a strong, double-digit growth start to 2021, a trend that is set to continue with changing buying habits the increased demands of online shopping.
Pallet-Track tranships in excess of 20,000 pallets per day through its UK-wide network and has never lost a single consignment since trading began.