Awards event celebrates Pallet-Track’s two decades in business
Pallet-Track has celebrated 20 years in business with a gala awards evening in Windsor for its 90 shareholder members.
Hosted by TV broadcaster and radio DJ Vernon Kay, guests gathered at the De Vere Beaumont Estate to recognise the contributions of its members to the pallet network’s success.
Additional entertainment was provided by comedian Rob Beckett, electric string quartet Sirens and showband Aston Band, while a charity raffle helped to raise £16,767 for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
Pallet-Track launched in 2004 with 46 members and handled 852 pallets during its first night of operation; it now moves over 16,000 pallets per night.
Hull-based Harrison Solway Logistics collected the shareholders’ Member of the Year award and Croydon-based ELB Partners were selected for the shareholders’ Members Service Quality award.
Both awards were voted for by fellow Pallet-Track shareholders.
Stuart Godman, Pallet-Track chief executive, said: “It was an honour and a pleasure to welcome guests to our annual shareholder gala to celebrate the collective achievements of our network over the last 20 years and to have a record number of shareholder members in attendance was amazing.
“The contribution and dedication of Pallet-Track’s Shareholder Members has enabled us to build a pallet network that puts customer service first.”
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