Palletways Takes Commander On The Road!

We’re very proud to introduce two Commander-branded trailers to the roads of the UK this autumn, all thanks to Palletways Cardiff.

As Europe’s largest and fastest growing express palletised freight network, Palletways have and continue to play a significant role with their timely and efficient pallet distribution service.

The investment was presented at our Ystrad Mynach based warehouse, where the entire CheckFire team were truly blown away by the brand new trailer. Steve Blackmore, Sales Manager at Palletways Cardiff, comments: “We work closely with the CheckFire team. The trailers, liveried with CheckFire’spopular Commander brand, clearly demonstrate the association visually and help to promote the business as we support them across the UK with pallet services.

“We undertake daily multiple pallet pickups and deliveries for CheckFire and are now working together to identify ways of adding new levels of efficiency to its storage and despatch operation and to fulfil even faster order turnaround times. The trailers are the first in a phase of fleet investments in the coming months which will benefit our customer base.”

Daniel Robins, Co-Managing Director at CheckFire Group, adds: “As we grow our business it’s important to have a reliable pallet distributor to keep up with growing demand and support us in our service delivery. Our long-standing relationship with Palletways Cardiff is based on the team’s understanding of our business needs and those of our customers. This results in consistent delivery of a great service.”

So keep your eye out and if you spot Commander on the road, be sure to take, upload and tag us in a photo!

 

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  • by Ayshalee Morton

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