Pall-Ex Welcomes Back Panic Transport

Pall-Ex Welcomes Back Panic Transport

Pall-Ex has welcomed back founder member, Panic Transport, in an attempt to expand its operation. This latest addition follows the appointment of several new key members in the Midlands and supports the company’s overall growth. Panic Transport will now take ownership of all Pall-Ex services throughout the Coventry area.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Panic Transport back to the network and have such a renowned Midlands name working in partnership with Pall-Ex,” said Kevin Buchanan, Group managing director at Pall-Ex.

“This year we have extended our efforts to remain the marketing-leading brand for quality within the sector and our aspirations and values are closely aligned to those of Panic Transport. The addition of more like-minded quality operators within our network will ensure we continue to grow well ahead of the sector average without compromising on the high quality standards we pride ourselves on,” he continued.

“We are keen to return to our roots, having been a founding member of the Pall-Ex network, as we have seen its service levels go from strength to strength,” said Kevin Johnson, managing director at Panic Transport.

“The move also means we can increase the wide range of services we offer at Panic Transport by providing a next day UK service in order to meet our customers’ needs and comes at an exciting time for us, as it will enable us to continue to grow as a company,” he added.

Pall-Ex Group was formed by renowned entrepreneur Hilary Devey CBE in 1996 and is an award- winning network of quality hauliers, which collaborate to deliver leading palletised freight distribution services throughout the UK, Europe and beyond. With its headquarters and central UK hub located right at the heart of the Midlands, Pall-Ex has grown phenomenally since its inception in 1996.

Panic Transport was established in 1990 and has grown its services to include UK haulage and warehousing, international full loads, part loads and groupage. The company, which is also part of the Kinaxia Logistics Group, now employs a workforce of 130, with a fleet of 85 vehicles and 90 plus trailers.

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