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Friday, 29 June 2007

Norfolk-based transport company Star Transport has joined PalletFORCE, one of the country’s fastest growing palletised distribution networks, in the long-term interests of the company and its customers.

Star was previously a member of another network for nine years, but decided the timing was right to switch networks.  Although Director Howard Marriott looked at a number of replacement networks, the PalletFORCE name came up repeatedly through word of mouth from contacts in the industry. “PalletFORCE clearly has an excellent reputation,” Howard Marriott explained.  “By what other hauliers have said, the Network is quick to resolve any problems and cares enough to really look after its members.  And because it is owned by those members, there is an added incentive for everybody to pull together in the interest of delivering top-quality service.”

 Star agreed to become a Shareholder Member Depot for parts of the IP and NR postcodes after meetings with the Network confirmed this opinion.  Since joining, Marriott says, “first impressions have been very good.” A family-owned business with over forty years of experience, Star operates out of a 40,000 sq ft depot in Thetford.  Its sixty-strong fleet comprises a mix of rigids and 44 tonners.

 
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