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May 10, 2021

Palletways expands on the Romanian market too

• The British company is Europe’s largest provider of pallet delivery services

Palletways, a British pallet delivery services company, has expanded its operations in Romania and Bulgaria, according to economica.net.
Palletways is currently linking up its central hub in Homberg/Efze to a partner hub in Arad, the point from where all deliveries will be made in Romania. At the same time, the company is also working on a daily flight from Arad to Sofia, Bulgaria.
Starting on August 19, Palletways operates two main flights per week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, from its Homberg hub in Germany to new destinations in Romania and Bulgaria, the Osterreichische Verkehrszeitung writes.
With these two new countries added to its portfolio, Britain’s Palletways is now providing pallet delivery services in 20 European countries. The company is processing 30,000 pallets of merchandise per day and has 400 storage points throughout Europe. Last year the company had a turnover of GBP 200 M and boasted with being the largest provider of its kind in Europe.
Palletways recently entered Poland and the Baltic States too, and plans to expand in Hungary, Switzerland and the Nordic countries, Post&Parcel informs.
“Since joining the EU in 2007, Romania and Bulgaria have become areas of important growth for pallet delivery services. Naturally, we saw the region as a next step in developing our pan-European services and in expanding our offer to other countries,” Palletways Europe CEO Rachael Alpha stated.
Palletways offers pallet delivery services to manufacturers and distributors, retailers and other suppliers of logistics. The company was set up in 1994 and is headquartered in Lichfield, United Kingdom, operating as a subsidiary of Palletways Europe GmbH.

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