FDC as a pallet delivery company Lancashire, has considerably increased the volume of pallets over the course of last year as personal care and high service levels have won the company recommendations throughout its area. (FDC also specialise in Storage and Warehousing; Fulfilment and Property Rental. Click here to find out more).
In November last year, Mick Sutcliffe, operations manager; who has over 27 year’s experience within the pallet delivery company Lancashire industry and understands the pallet delivery sector well said, “TPN’s (The Pallet Network) service regulations are very strict and proactive and that draws customers in,” he says. “We used to be a traditional style haulier but it is clear that it is the TPN service offering that customers really want, allowing us to expand business on last year.”
“There are only five of us in the office and we pride ourselves on giving a personal service,” says Mick. “Whoever takes a call handles that customer all the way through that piece of business”. It gives excellent care and continuity.” Our team here at FDC has 94 years of combined experience in this industry, whilst 2 members of this work force are still in their early 20′s, guaranteeing we have the knowhow, diversity and initiative to succeed where others are not.
The company has seen pallet input grow from 100 pallets a day to 300, and by breaking our record earlier this week of 520 pallets collected in just one day, Mick is aiming to input 400 pallets a day on a regular basis by early next year. It ships a wide range of product including medical products, printing, electronics, house hold products, animal feed, brewery products, vehicle motor parts, rehab supplies, tiles, sweets and wood burning stoves to name a few!
“We’ve just bought four new vehicles and two trailers,” says Peter Allen, M.D, “two tall boys, another 18 tonne wagon and a 26 tonne wagon to keep up with customer demand.”
Even More New Vehicles for Pallet Delivery Company Lancashire – FDC
Since November when FDC purchased two “tall boy” trailers, an 18 tonne and a 26 tonne wagon, FDC has gone ahead and bought two more trailers and articulated lorries to keep up with the demand of the rapidly expanding business.