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Norfolk haulier sees ‘opportunities’ after joining freight network Palletways

Foulger Transport in Snetterton has joined freight network Palletways, which has more than 110 transport operator members around Europe. Picture: Foulger Transport

Foulger Transport in Snetterton has joined freight network Palletways, which has more than 110 transport operator members around Europe. Picture: Foulger Transport

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A Norfolk haulier has become the latest to join the Europe-wide freight network Palletways.

Foulger Transport will handle a range of pallet loads and cover deliveries to NR postcodes for Palletways, which has more than 110 independent transport providers in its network.

The Snetterton-based company has 250 staff and a fleet of 104 vehicles, including articulated lorries and vans.

Barry Germany, director at Foulger Transport, said being part of Palletways could afford “exciting opportunities” to the company.

“Palletways is also ahead of the curve in terms of innovation and technology. Its digital information hub and state-of-the-art monitoring and tracking systems will enhance our operational efficiencies.”

Barry Byers, Palletways’ network development director, said: “Foulger is a great asset to the network and we’re looking forward to drawing on their experience to grow our presence in and around Norfolk.”


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