Cheshire-based logistics firm Cammack, has joined Palletways, Europe's largest and fastest growing palletised freight network.
This new partnership with Palletways will help Cammack develop its offering and expand into new sectors. Cammack currently specialises in transporting large equipment for the train maintenance industry such as locomotive wheelsets and power units across the UK and Europe. It counts Virgin Trains, Bombardier and Great Western Railways amongst its customers.
Jo Cammack, director of Cammack Logistics.
Cammack will handle more than 240 pallets a week for Palletways and will operate in the Crewe area. It has an 18-strong fleet, including 15 HGV lorries and three vans, and employs 21 members of staff.
Jo Cammack, director, said: "Palletways has a great reputation in the industry and we're looking forward to working with the team in Fradley. Partnering with Palletways will open up a lot of opportunities for growth thanks to its wide geographical footprint and its state of the art IT systems which will boost our operational efficiencies and customer service."
Luis Zubialde, managing director at Palletways UK Ltd, added: "I'm pleased to welcome Cammack to the network. The company, which was founded almost 100 years ago, brings a wealth of industry knowledge to the network and we look forward to drawing on their expertise to enhance our services in Cheshire."
Palletways consists of 400 depots across Europe, of which more than 100 are in the UK. The company's distribution networks are made up of independent transport companies who share each other's resources to deliver consignments of palletised freight to market with the highest levels of service.