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Pall-Ex does the postcode area shuffle

  • 31 July 2014
  • By Christopher Walton

Pall-Ex has restructured a number of its member postcodes in a move that sees two new members join the network from rival Palletways.

Rugby-based Exact Logistics moves to Pall-Ex from Palletways, and will take control of coverage for part of the CV postcode, a new area created specifically for the haulier. Also joining from Palletways is Heathfield, West Sussex-based Independent Logistics Solutions, which will take control of the TN postcode.

Furthermore, Ashby de la Zouch-based Trucklink.eu joined Pall-Ex in April and is covering the NN postcode. The company joined new members Aylesbury Logistics, covering part of the HP and WD postcodes and Newport-based SW Freight, covering the NP postcode.

In January, Maltby, South Yorkshire-based Green Group left UK Pallets for Pall-Ex to cover part of the S and part of the DN postcode areas, the same month as Leicester-based Premier Logistics extended its coverage into the RG postcode, following its purchase of the business and assets of Cobley Transport (Reading) last year.

Steve Reed, Pall-Ex UK network director, said: “We have strategically restructured coverage of our postcode areas to ensure that we continue to supply the best service possible.

“I am happy to welcome the new members and look forward to building a long-lasting and prosperous relationship with
them all.”

Cris Stephenson became UK MD at Pall-Ex in June, with former Tibbett Britten finance and commercial director Geoff Gillo joining the board at Pall-Ex as a non-executive director earlier this month.

  • This story first appeared in the 24 July edition of Commercial Motor magazine. Why not subscribe today?

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