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Greater Manchester-based haulier H&B Logistics has joined national pallet network Pallet-Track in order to grow the business and bring a better quality of services to its customers.

Operating from Westwood Business Park in Chadderton, H&B specialises in the transport of pallets for a multitude of clients across the region – providing a host of services including tail-lift, timed and next day delivery.

Having previously belonged to rival networks Weavers and UPN, the organisation has joined Pallet-Track thanks to its reputation for quality.

Darren Platt, sales director at H&B Logistics, said: “We’ve been operating for almost 27 years and have been very successful thanks to the dedication we show our clients who will always receive our best efforts - whether they ship one pallet a year or 50 pallets a night.

“We look forward to growing our business as part of the Pallet-Track network, which will help us to increase our pallet delivery volumes while continuing to provide the high levels of quality our customers have come to expect.”

Nigel Parkes, founder and managing director at Pallet-Track, added: “Welcoming H&B Logistics to the network was an easy choice. The team is extremely professional and motivated and we look forward to watching the business continue to grow.”

 


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