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Allelys General Haulage joins Palletways

Allelys General Haulage joins Palletways

Studley-based logistics firm Allelys General Haulage has announced that it is to make the its first foray into a new market after joining Palletways, Europe’s largest and fastest growing palletised freight network.

Allelys Group, which incorporates both general, heavy haulage and machinery movements, is renowned for its expertise in the delivery of over-sized and abnormal loads, such as railway rolling stock and electrical transformers for major sub stations.

The family-run business was founded in 1964 and originally transported livestock. Today Allelys operates over 30 general haulage vehicles and also owns several Franna cranes. Joining Palletways, the firm will now cater for a wide range of logistics needs, handling everything from single pallet loads to 400 tonne consignments.

David Allely, Managing Director of the Allelys Group, said: “We are delighted to be a fully-fledged Palletways member and are excited by the opportunities that being part of Europe’s largest palletised freight network affords”.

Luis Zubialde, Palletways UK Managing Director, said: “I am pleased to welcome Allelys to the network. As the global economy continues its recovery, demand for palletised freight services has risen rapidly and I look forward to Allelys bringing their expertise to bear for Palletways and its customers as they enter an exciting new market”.

AllelysTransport is one of over 100 members in the Palletways UK network – Europe’s largest and fastest growing express palletised freight network. The company’s distribution networks are made up of independent transport companies who share each other’s resources to deliver small consignments of palletised freight to market faster and more cost effectively than ever before.

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