Lockwood Haulage has added two 18-tonne rigid Scanias and one 12 tonne rigid MAN vehicle in Palletforce livery to its fleet.
The firm, which became a member of the UK and Europe’s leading palletised distribution network earlier this year, has also invested an additional 18 tonne rigid Scania in its own livery.
“These new vehicles will help us to handle the increase in volumes we have received since becoming a member of Palletforce,” said Wayne Evans, Transport Director of Lockwood Haulage.
“It was also the ideal opportunity to reinforce our commitment to this new partnership with Palletforce.”
Lockwood Haulage, which is based in Ambergate, operates nationwide with a large fleet of 75 modern trucks ranging from 12 tonne curtain-sided vehicles to 44 tonne articulated units.
“We were delighted to welcome Lockwood Haulage to our network and it is fantastic to see one of our newest members investing in the Palletforce brand and showing such dedication to working together,” said Dave Holland, Sales and Marketing Director at Palletforce.
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