Tonbridge-based S&S Distribution creates 2000 pallet spaces


Kent-based transport and logistics provider S&S Distribution has created up to 2,000 pallet spaces to provide a solution for the ongoing high demand for warehousing space, brought on by the massive stockpiling and the continuing desire to secure competitive pricing.

Located in Tonbridge, just over an hour from Folkstone and Dover, S&S Distribution, which is part of Palletline Logistics, operates a 50,000 sq ft fully racked warehousing space, split between two separate warehouses with CCTV and 24/7 security and remote monitoring.

As the ongoing demand continues to overtake supply, the struggle to source warehouse capacity has had a serious effect on industries across the country.  

“We are delighted to have been able to free up this extra space for our clients so they can take full advantage of S&S Distribution’s facilities,” said Romas Kusneraitis, Director of S&S Distribution.  

“The added space within our secure units can be used to store general haulage as well ambient food, organic and hazardous goods for which we have licenses in place. We are also able to accommodate both EU and US standard pallet sizes.” 

S&S Distribution employs 90 staff, including 50 drivers, and operates 47 vehicles and 43 trailers comprising a mix of double decks, straight frames and urban. Boasting FORS Bronze standard accreditation, S&S includes Amazon, XPO, Freightroute and Hazchem among its 200 customers nationwide primarily serving the Southeast. 

Offering tailormade packages to cover all aspects of the supply chain, S&S Distribution can assist clients from receiving container loads of stock for palletisation and storage to onward delivery either via the Palletline or Hazchem networks or on a dedicated vehicle.  

“The creation of these warehouse spaces demonstrates how we consistently aim to support our customers and meet industry demand. As a business we aim to become an extension of our customers’ businesses providing the highest levels of customer service you would expect your own team to deliver,” concluded Romas.

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