Posted 9th July

PWS launches new service for pallet deliveries

9th July 2019 - 07:00am
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Kitchen component distributor PWS has launched a new logistics service for all pallet deliveries in England, Scotland and Wales, which the company said offers a “quicker and more personal approach” alongside other additional benefits.

The company previously offered a 72-hour kerbside delivery service, which has been upgraded to 48-hour delivery on all PWS and Kindred products with driver-assisted unloading. Next-day and Saturday delivery are also now available, PWS added.

“Following a year’s trial in the North West of England, by an exclusive team of dedicated PWS drivers and partner vehicles, our ‘on time in full’ figures have significantly increased, whilst damages have reduced by over 60%,” said PWS warehousing and distribution head John Blowes.

“We’ve also been able to streamline our product packaging, reducing our pallets to a standard Euro size, resulting in a quicker, eco-friendly and all-round more efficient service for all customers.”

The new service commenced in Scotland, the North West and South West of England in June, and in North East England on the 1st July. The service will begin in the South East of England on the 2nd September. In August, the company is also launching a live consignment tracking service.

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