EV Cargo’s Palletforce continues to strengthen its network in strategic areas with the addition of new member hauliers, and West Sussex business FGT is the latest to join the Palletforce ranks.

Based in Bognor Regis, and established in 2004 as F&G Transport, the business operates from two strategically located sites with a combined 30,000 sq ft of warehousing space, offering a comprehensive range of distribution solutions, container services and contract logistics.

Catering to a diverse client list across the manufacturing, home, garden supplies and automotive sectors, FGT’s business ethos has consistently centred on the development of its pallet network operations.

Covering western PO postcodes around Fareham and Wickham, the business has joined Palletforce to capitalise on its exceptional service levels and harness the expansive reach of its network to ensure customers benefit from unrivalled UK-wide service.

Emma Lindsley, FGT Managing Director, said: “Service, quality and credibility are crucial to our business and joining Palletforce provides us with all of that and more.

“Through this partnership with one of the biggest and best pallet networks, Palletforce will be able to support our growth aspirations. The quality of the entire network and its membership will ensure we uphold the highest service levels across the UK, further strengthening our commitment to customer satisfaction and operational excellence.”

Chris Dennigan, Palletforce Member Relations Director, said: “We’d like to welcome Emma and the entire team at FGT to Palletforce. The quality of the Palletforce network offers our members and their customers the stability of unwavering, best-in-sector customer service.

“It’s for that reason that we continue to gain significant market share as our members benefit from a collaborative approach which delivers unrivalled service continuity and consistent performance that their customers trust.”

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