Frenni signs forces covenant

South Wales logistics firm Frenni Transport has signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The Covenant is a pledge by businesses and organisations to acknowledge and honour the dedication and sacrifices made by members of the armed forces, both past and present, and their families. In signing, Frenni Transport, a member of the Palletways network, demonstrates its continued dedication to providing support, recognition, and opportunities for those who have served or continue to serve ... [+]

Palletways supersizes Fradley hub

UK and European delivery network Palletways has boosted capacity of its Fradley hub in the Midlands by 3,000 pallets a day with a £1m investment. It follows a surge in customer demand for consumer household goods, including gardening materials, furniture, and home appliances. To meet this, Palletways re-purposed one of ... [+]

Palletways is hungry for growth in Hungary

The Palletways Group – which belongs to DP World’s Imperial - is celebrating four years of operations in Hungary. Over the past four years, the 110-strong team have made 550,000 domestic and international pallet deliveries for over 700 companies using a fleet of 80 vehicles. The operation is based at Biatorbagy in ... [+]

Palletways helps with the move to Civvy Street

Palletways UK has launched a fully-funded transition programme for service leavers to help them adapt to civilian working life ahead of Armed Forces Day on 25 June. Operation Clearview, a six-week, placement programme in conjunction with the Career Transition Partnership, offers former service personnel the opportunity to work in rotation across ... [+]

Palletways ID to take efficiency and safety to new heights

Palletways Group has launched Palletways ID, it describes as the world’s most sophisticated forklift truck-mounted sensor technology. The operator says it is set to make existing stand-alone pallet assessment and measuring technology obsolete, as it combines four key data measurements in one go. This technology identifies a pallet through imaging and barcode ... [+]

Palletways celebrates 20 years in Italy

The Palletways Group is marking 20 years since the launch of its Italian network, its first outside the UK. It was founded in early 2002 from its base in Isola Rizza and moved 69 pallets during its first night of trading. Today, the network operates out of three hubs in ... [+]

Palletways Iberia gets room to grow

Palletways Iberia has moved two of its Hubs to larger facilities to increase capacity. It has relocated its Central Hub on the Iberian Peninsula to a 40,000sq m facility in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, close to local motorways. The building has been constructed with sustainability in mind with more than 40,000sq ... [+]

Palletways staff get to grips with customs

Imperial Group's Palletways subsidiary has partnered with the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce to develop and deliver certified and fully accredited trade training on Brexit for internal staff and its network of over 115 UK members. The digitally-delivered training provides an understanding of what Brexit will mean for the logistics ... [+]

All change at Palletways

Palletways Group chief executive James Wilson is to retire on 1 July and Luis Zubialde, the current chief operating officer at Palletways will assume the role. Wilson will continue in an advisory role to both Palletways and the Imperial Logistics’ international division. [+]

Hungary for growth

Palletways Hungary has moved a total of 20,000 pallets since launching in October last year. The network, which started with eleven members from across the country, transported around 100 pallets a day in its first month of operation but over the past seven months this figure has risen significantly to ... [+]

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