Kinaxia expansion does not signal plans to launch national pallet network, CEO insists

Kinaxia expansion does not signal plans to launch national pallet network, CEO insists
 

Kinaxia Logistics is expanding its internal pallet network in January to include its entire stable of haulage companies, chief executive Simon Hobbs (pictured) told motortransport.co.uk this week. However, the group insists the move does not signal wider plans to launch a national pallet network. Kinaxia Logistics expanded its K-Link hub operation to include direct trunking between member companies in May last year.

The internal network is currently used by Lambert Brothers, David Hathaway, Maidens, Panic, AKW Manchester, Mark Thompson and […][1]


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