UPN is further strengthening its high quality network with three important new members – TWC Logistics, Lombard Shipping PLC, and Omega Express Couriers Limited.

Established in 2004, TWC Logistics also work with APC Overnight and Whistl to provide a comprehensive portfolio of delivery services including post, parcel, sameday, and international options.

“We’re building a strong local business here at TWC, with a full range of high quality support services for businesses in our area”, said Managing Director – Andy Crockett, “We have been impressed by UPN and its friendly professional approach. We are really looking forward to developing our pallet freight business through its network”. Shrewsbury based TWC Logistics is handling TF and SY postcodes for UPN.

Also joining UPN is Lombard Shipping PLC, headquartered in Ipswich with operating centres in Belfast, Dublin, Liverpool, Huddersfield, and Norwich. “We are pleased to be joining UPN and we are confident the service the network provides will be a valuable addition to our business. UPN’s ethos of service excellence strongly reflects our own core value of providing a quality service to all of our customers. We look forward to working closely with UPN going forward.” said Lombard Shipping PLC Managing Director, Simon Fraser. Lombard Shipping PLC will be handling partial IP postcodes for UPN.

Completely new to the world of pallet networking Omega Express Couriers is already a dedicated specialist road freight company handling small pallets to full loads.

“This is the first time we have been involved with a pallet network and we’re extremely excited by the opportunities now open to us through being a member of UPN”, said Transport Manager – Giuseppe Ammirato, “UPN have a really professional and accessible team and we are confident that this is going to be a successful and profitable partnership between our companies”. Dunstable based Omega Express Couriers is handling several HP and MK postcodes for UPN.

“It’s already proving to be a landmark year for UPN,” commented UPN Managing Director – David Brown, “Having in January announced the signing of the lease for our new hub to take us to 2030, we’ve brought in three really excellent new members to further boost the quality of our network.”

By homing in on the company’s distinct point of difference within the sector in terms of its bespoke IT support systems and infrastructure, and its quality driven focus on service excellence, UPN has established a unique position in the pallet network sector with its “Unique IQ” Initiative. Established in 2001 UPN has grown strongly and steadily into a high quality palletised freight distribution network. Focussed on growth through member success UPN currently have over 90 members covering the whole of the UK, and European partners providing coverage throughout 26 countries.



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