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Pall-Ex Celebrated a Successful Year

Pall-Ex Celebrated a Successful Year

The haulage giant Pall-Ex created its own awards event to celebrate the ending of a successful 2017 and the beginning of a new year full of future growth and achievements. The event took place at the East Midlands Conference Centre and was hosted by Sir Lenny Henry.

Besides awarding network members and its own staff, the event also marked the organisation’s success for becoming the number one pallet network for quality and the market leaders in damage reduction due to its operational changes that improved efficiency and load quality.

Those that won an accolade were Surrey-based Cranleigh Freight Services Ltd named ‘Depot of the Year’ for its first class customer service, communication, and helpful manner, Yorkshire-based ADD Express Ltd that were selected for the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Network’, and CDK Pallet Distribution, Matthews Haulage Ltd, and Mars-Jones Ltd were all named ‘Highest KPI Performer of the Year 2017’ based on their delivery times and lack of damages.

Many other additional awards were given and the winners were all selected according to their growth during 2017, quality distribution, compliance, communication, and partnership with Pall-Ex.

“Pall-Ex Awards are designed to celebrate and reward our network members who have gone the extra mile to deliver exceptional service, while also inspiring other members to continue to strive for excellence, and highlight members of our in-house team who have enabled us to go from good to great over the last 12 months,” said Kevin Buchanan, Group Managing Director at Pall-Ex.

Pall-Ex Group was established in 1996 by Hilary Devey CBE, a renowned entrepreneur, and is currently an award-winning network of quality hauliers that collaborate to deliver leading palletised freight distribution services throughout the UK and Europe. Since its inception it has grown phenomenally and hopefully 2018 will be its time to shine.

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