Welsh haulage operator GSL joins Palletways

Welsh haulage operator GSL joins Palletways

Haulage operator Gwynedd Shipping Limited (GSL) has joined the Palletways network. Headquartered in Holyhead, North Wales, with operations in five depots located across the UK & Ireland, GSL will handle single pallet loads to large scale consignments and will cover the CH postcode in Chester.

Andrew Kinsella, managing director at GSL, said: “We decided to join Palletways because of its mature domestic and pan-European networks, which will add value to our existing services.

“Palletways is also ahead of the curve in terms of innovation and technology and its Digital Information Hub and state-of-the-art monitoring and tracking systems will enhance our operational efficiencies.”

Barry Byers, Palletways’ network director, added: “GSL is a great asset to the network and we’re looking forward to drawing on their experience to grow our presence in and around Chester.”

Founded in 1984, GSL operates a 600+ strong fleet. It provides same day, next day and 48-hour services to the aerospace, automotive, chemical, construction, events & exhibitions, FMCG & retail, forestry, manufacturing, paper & packaging, pharmaceutical and steel sectors, and boasts 25,000 square feet of warehousing offering storage, cross docking, reworking and regional consolidation.

 

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