Nottingham Transport Company Joins Palletways Network
The transport operator, D&D Transport in Nottingham, has joined Palletways, the largest and most dynamic palletized express freight network in Europe and part of the Imperial Group.
The company, which operates a fleet of 45 vehicles, will process one-time pallet loads to large-scale shipments and cover selected postcodes in the Matlock, Alfreton, Bakewell and Ripley areas of Derby. D&D Transport works with a range of clients ranging from big names to large building and construction companies.
Dave Palmer, Managing Director of D&D Transport, said: “We are delighted to have joined forces with Palletways, the leading pallet network in Europe. Being part of the network means that we are able to expand the range of services we offer, while maintaining the high standards of quality and service that our customers have come to expect. Our team has a lot of experience and with the support of Palletways we look forward to continuing to grow our business.
Warwick Trimble, Network Manager for Palletways UKadded “D&D Transport is a great asset to our network and we look forward to leveraging their experience to complement and expand our presence in and around Nottingham. This appointment demonstrates the importance we place on recruiting experienced companies in the logistics industry. They bring with them a wealth of industry knowledge along with boundless energy and enthusiasm and we look forward to leveraging their expertise to improve our services.
D&D Transport has been providing distribution and logistics services to a multitude of local businesses and international exporters for over 25 years. It is one of more than 115 independent transport providers that are part of Imperial’s Palletways UK network. They benefit from expertise and resources shared within the group to deliver palletized freight shipments to market faster and more cheaply than ever before. The Palletways group, renowned for its advanced IT developments and operational systems, comprises more than 450 depots and 20 hub operations, through which it provides collection and distribution services in 24 European countries, including the United Kingdom.