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Palletways extends across Denmark

Palletways, Europe's largest provider of express distribution services
for small consignments of palletised freight, has appointed its first member in Denmark as part of the expansion programme for its Central European network, which also covers the Benelux countries, Northern France and Germany. Esbjerg-based IAT will provide overnight deliveries domestically and a 48 hour distribution service to and from the rest of the region covered by the Central European network.

The company will distribute quarter, half and full pallets on behalf of Palletways. Says Adam Shuter, European Development Director at Palletways: “Expansion into the Danish market will help Palletways establish its first zonal network in Europe. We can now offer a range of express distribution services for small consignments of palletised freight to a vast European marketplace.

“Danish manufacturers can now get their small consignments to market faster and more cost effectively than ever before across their own country and to the Benelux countries, Germany and Northern France. Likewise businesses in those countries can now use the Palletways network to deliver to customers in Denmark.”

Jorgen Rathschau Sorensen, Principal of IAT, comments: “We are very pleased to be the first Danish member of the Palletways Central European network. In addition to helping us grow our business, it will also help local manufacturers and suppliers in Denmark access new markets, benefiting the Danish economy as a whole.”

The Palletways Central European network currently has 19 members. More members will be recruited across the region, including Denmark, to accommodate future growth.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Palletways network
please contact +31 (0) 243454111.

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