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Superkart success for Palletforce and Farralls sponsored driver
A SUPERKART driver sponsored by Palletforce and Edwin C Farrall Transport is celebrating a successful season after winning the sport's British Grand Prix and UK Cup.
Daniel Edwards is now the only person in 33 years to win the British Grand Prix four times in the 125 Open class.
This year he also raced to victory in the UK Cup and came second in the British Championships.
"I am really pleased with the success I have had this season," said Daniel, 28, of Winsford.
"I am already looking forward to the next season and I'm now thinking about how to prepare for it."
Palletforce are gearing up for Christmas
PALLETFORCE, the UK's leading palletised distribution network have launched a Christmas children's book.
All the characters from the first book, including Phil Truck, the Big Cheese and Woody Pallet, are back for 'A Christmas Adventure', a festive tale based in the Big Hub.
This time it falls to the gang to save Christmas and deliver the presents after Santa is forced off his sleigh in a snow storm.
"We became the first in the industry to launch a children's book as part of our efforts to engage the next generation in logistics," said Dave Holland, Sales and Marketing Director at Palletforce.
"It was so well received by our staff throughout the network – and their children – we decided to bring the characters back together for a logistics Christmas story."
"Creating children's books is not the norm for a logistics company but at Palletforce we like to tread a different path and by developing unique, fun characters we have found a way of engaging children in what we do," said Dave.
"That is hugely important as they are the next generation of professionals and will be the ones leading the industry forward in the future."
Copies of the book are available; please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a free copy of 'A Christmas Adventure'.
Palletforce members drive off on the fairways
PALLETFORCE members were dealing with a different kind of driver when they took to the fairways for their UK golf tournament.
Members from the UK and Europe's leading palletised distribution network gathered on Thursday, September 19, at Breadsall Priory Golf and Country Club in Derbyshire.
Players enjoyed a day with their fellow members, along with customers, shareholders, partners and staff from Palletforce, and there were also several competitions for players to take part in.
The day concluded with a three course meal and awards ceremony, where one of the network's newest members, Lockwood Haulage won the Nine Hole Team Competition.
The 18 Hole Team Competition was won by a team made up of Jon Titlow and Darren Easton from KTIB and Andy Laws and Chris Parr from the RSA.
"As always it was a fantastic event and great to see so many of our members and associates working together and having fun – but as always with a good amount of healthy competition," said Dave Holland, Sales and
Marketing Director at Palletforce.
"Everyone brought the same passion and drive to be the best that they show every day in the workplace to the golf course so it made for an exciting and enjoyable day for all."
Palletforce member Wings Transport receives prestigious accolade
PALLETFORCE member Wings Transport has been recognised by Transport for London for working to high standards.
The Croydon-based firm has received the bronze Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) certification from TfL.
FORS is a certification scheme which recognises those who work lawfully and to best practice by meeting standards set by the scheme.
"There are very few London hauliers who have received this certificate, so we are just one of a handful," said John Bayliss, Managing Director of Wings Transport.
"More and more delivery depots in London will not allow hauliers on their site unless they are FORS accredited and we are now gaining business from clients because they know there will be no problems.
"This accreditation gives us an extra level of credibility as well as added reassurance for our customers that we are doing everything right."
Wings Transport is a family-run firm and member of Palletforce, the UK and Europe's leading palletised distribution network.
It operates from the Silvering Industrial Estate in Croydon and recently opened another warehouse on the site bringing its warehousing space to 13,000 sq ft.
"Palletforce prides itself on setting the quality standards for the sector and is always delighted when one of our members is rewarded for working to these high standards," said Michael Conroy, Chief Executive of Palletforce.
"This accreditation is another string to the bow of Wings Transport which is already highly regarded throughout the industry."
Palletforce jobs fair attracts almost 100 people
ALMOST 100 people attended a jobs fair at Burton distribution giant Palletforce.
The award-winning pallet network, which has more than 100 depots across the UK and Europe, held a jobs fair at its central hub in Burton-upon-Trent to recruit fork lift truck drivers and apprentices.
Palletforce is looking to recruit full and part-time fork lift truck drivers as well as apprentices for its in-house Fork Lift Truck Driving Apprenticeship Academy.
"We were delighted to see so many people keen to explore the possibilities of a career with a growing company like Palletforce," said Michael Conroy, Chief Executive of Palletforce.
"It was fantastic to see so many enthusiastic people excited about the opportunities to be part of an award-winning team in an expanding company and we will now be progressing further with potential candidates."
Palletforce member JBT makes special deliveries to mark 20th anniversary
SCOTTISH logistics firm and Palletforce member JBT has celebrated its 20th anniversary by delivering sweet treats to its customers.
JBT, which has six depots across Scotland, marked two decades in business by delivering ice cream to the customers, whose support has been key to the firm's longevity.
"We have a number of companies who have been with us for our entire lifetime and that is something we are extremely proud of," said Robert Gordon, Director of JBT.
"When it came to celebrating our 20th anniversary we wanted to reach out to the people who work at our customer bases and to thank them for their support."
JBT was formed by a management buy-out of part of a larger company and currently runs a fleet of 70 vehicles and 140 trailers from its depots in Bathgate, Aberdeen, Lerwick, Inverness and Kirkwall.
The company sees its niche as its geographical location which allows it to offer high quality service to the north of Scotland and the isles.
Palletforce’s rally adventure at premier UK show
PALLETFORCE members were treated to a day of revving and racing when the Culina Palletforce Racing team took part in the UK's premier rally show.
Around 150 people visited the Culina Palletforce stand at the show held at the Castle Combe circuit on Saturday, September 21.
Guests were treated to refreshments from the Culina Palletforce bus and there was the chance to enjoy a passenger ride in three rally cars – the Culina Palletforce Citroen DS3 R3 driven by John MacCrone, an Mk1 Escort which was formerly driven by the late British Rally Champion Roger Clark and an Mk2 Escort owned by Palletforce's Sales and Marketing Director Dave Holland.
"It was great to see so many of our guests enjoying a fantastic event celebrating the best of the rally world," said Dave Holland, Sales and Marketing Director at Palletforce.