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Bangor based Baynes and Son has further invested in its Palletforce-liveried fleet as part of an ongoing upgrade programme

The family-run firm, which became a member of Palletforce, the UK’s leading palletised distribution network in 2006, has constantly invested in the Palletforce livery.

This latest investment is part of a continuing modernisation programme of the entire fleet.

"We wanted to modernise the fleet and took the opportunity to replace our older vehicles while increasing awareness of the Palletforce brand," said Lee Baynes, Managing Director of Baynes and Son.

"We’re helping to create consistency across our coverage and ensure uniformity across the brand.

"Becoming a member of Palletforce enabled us to offer more options to our customers, which helps us to keep our existing customers happy and also win new business."

In 2014 the company, which was established by Lee’s father, will celebrate its 25th anniversary.

"The plan for the future is to continue growing with our customers without compromising the service we offer them," said Lee, who began working at the firm aged 17 as a driver.

"Baynes and Son is a quality company and an excellent Palletforce member and it is great to see them investing and helping to strengthen the Palletforce brand even further," said Michael Conroy, Chief Executive of Palletforce.

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