Partners & Members

Members

Palletways UK

Palletways was founded in 1994 and provides express delivery solutions for consignments of palletised freight, via a member network of independent transport companies.
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GBA

Established in 1987 and headquartered in the UK, GBA Services provides time critical, temperature-controlled, high security, hazardous and standard transport solutions by air, road and sea.
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WTA Logistics

WTA are international logistics experts operating in all strategic global countries, with over 100 years in the logistics industry.
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Expeditors

Expeditors is a Fortune 500 service based Logistics company with head quarters in Seattle, Washington, USA. Expeditors generate highly optimised and customised supply chain solutions for their clients with unified technology systems through a global network of 331 locations in 108 countries on 6 continents employing over 16,000 staff worldwide.
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Meachers Global Logistics

As a global logistics company, Meachers' unique Complete Logistics Solutions approach is part of what makes them different. Its what makes Meachers Global Logistics stand out from the rest of the competition and it's the reason clients come back to them time after time.
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Palletline

Palletline is the UK's first premium palletised freight distribution company, operating right across the nation and Europe. Their carefully selected members work collaboratively to provide the best possible services to each customer.
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Partners

Cranfield University

Cranfield University has a long track record of working closely with business, industry and government across many different sectors. This is an important element to the structure of all of their courses.
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UK Haulier

The UKs #1 road transport & logistics services directory. Membership services offered to haulage industry companies to help build brand & service awareness.
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Evenbreak

Evenbreak, a not-for-profit social enterprise, was formed to achieve three aims: to help inclusive employers attract more talented disabled people; to help disabled jobseekers find work with employers who will value their skills; and to promote the business benefits of employing disabled people.
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