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UK Pallet Networks 2008

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The UK Pallet Network Market

One of the key trends in the logistics industry has been a switch from FTL (full-trailer-loads) to groupage/LTL (less than trailer-load) and express parcels. This has come about due to the prevalence of just-in-time manufacturing which has placed an emphasis on the frequent replenishment of stocks in order to reduce inventory. This basic supply chain concept has required the supply side logistics industry to adopt more flexible, time sensitive business models, and it has also resulted in smaller consignments which can be more easily unitised using pallets.

The growth of the UK Pallet Network market over the last ten years has been phenomenal. Whilst traditional road hauliers have struggled with falling revenues and margins, the pallet networks have seen exponential increases in volumes. The industry is now attracting increasing interest from a range of express, parcels and logistics companies hoping to benefit from its success. With only a small market penetration the market looks set to continue its strong growth for many years to come.

 

Why buy UK Pallet Networks Report?

Pallet Providers

UK Pallet Networks Report is specifically written to provide easily accessible and understandable information to:

  • Consultants
  • Logistics managers
  • Financial Analysts
  • Marketing Managers
  • Knowledge Managers

As well as all C-level executives.

It is especially appropriate to:

  • Road haulage and pallet companies
  • 3PLs
  • Consultancies
  • Banks and investors
  • Governmental and industry bodies
  • Manufacturers & Retailers

 

Market trends, data and shares

The Pall-Ex Hub, Ellistown, Leicester UK Pallet Networks looks at the development of the industry from its small beginnings, and reviews the reasons behind its strong growth. It looks at the specialised networks, as well as growing interest from express and logistics companies. UK Pallet Networks includes information on the UK market both in terms of volumes and turnover.

It also provides:

  • market shares
  • historical growth
  • data on network density
  • forecasts of future growth

 

Pallet Network profiles

Palletways Finances: Total
Palletways Finances: Total

The report contains 15 network and independent company profiles including:

  • Background, ownership and history
  • Financial analysis, tracking revenues, profits and profit margins.
  • Network member companies
  • Operational data and volumes
  • SWOT analysis
  • Strategic developments

 

 

Network Comparisons

Distribution Map
Distribution Map

UK Pallet Networks includes a comparison of the major pallet networks:

  • Member / Depots Numbers
  • Geographic Scope
  • Hub Capacity
  • Ownership

Companies covered include Palletways, Pall-Ex, Pallet-Track, The Pallet Network, UK Pallets, PalletFORCE, Palletline, United Pallet Network (UPN), Fortec Pallet, Parceline, Bibby, Eddie Stobart

 

How to buy UK Pallet Network 2008

UK Pallet Network 2008, price £695/€1050/$1390, can be purchased online. Please click on add to cart button above.

Alternatively contact Mike Nordmann on +44 (0)1793 850025, email: mnordmann@transportintelligence.com or Sarah Smith on +44 (0)1666 511872, email: ssmith@transportintelligence.com.

 

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