The UK and Europe’s leading express distribution network Palletforce has reported a 45 per cent increase in European volumes.

Mark Tabor.

Over the last 12 months Palletforce has extended its European coverage from eight to 24 countries in addition to launching a global service with a focus on Asia earlier this year.

European development director Mark Tabor has spearheaded improvements in tracking consignments, proof of delivery and service reporting, resulting in market-leading service consistency and consignment visibility.

Palletforce has also introduced a ‘special services’ department that members can contact if they wish to move freight, either full or partial loads, to or from a country that’s not currently covered.

Mark Tabor said: “We’ve seen volumes in markets like Spain and Italy double over the last 12 months and we’ve been working hard to enhance other services. Tariffs to Germany are now extremely competitive, we’ve made delivery zone changes, reduced rates and we expect high growth in this key market.

“Members are really benefitting from a simple system that is easy to understand and operate, and by utilising the same collection and line-haul vehicles as their UK operations members are maximising vehicle efficiency.”

Michael Conroy, Palletforce chief executive, said: “Our investment in new services across Europe and Asia is delivering commercial benefits and growth opportunities for our members. Palletforce is continuing to enable growth across its membership by proactively driving long-term prospects and that’s delivering a competitive advantage to our members and placing them in a prime position for expansion.”

Palletforce, founded in 2001, is the UK and Europe’s leading express distribution network.

Palletforce offers a range of services for small consignments of palletised freight, including next day, economy and timed delivery options.

PALLETFORCE

www.palletforce.com

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