Expect Distribution have been voted Palletline Depot Of The Year at the recent 20th Anniversary Award Ceremony.
It’s been an award-winning year! after our successes with the UKWA, we’ve just scooped top honours at Palletline’s national awards ceremony, winning the ‘Depot of the Year’ honour against hot competition from more than 70 other distribution companies and underlining our commitment to excellence across the board.
This is the fourth time that Expect have been judged to be Palletlines number 1 depot and we have now been winner or runner up an amazing 11 times since the awards were first held.
Each year, the Palletline palletised distribution network rewards the achievement of its member companies at a glittering Awards ceremony, looking closely at a range of factors including performance and service quality and compèred this year by comedian Patrick Kielty.
At Expect Distribution, we’re one of over 70 companies across the UK working together to operate the Palletline overnight delivery service for palletised goods, providing vital transport links for consignments ranging from foodstuffs to engineering components.
The Palletline Awards are hotly contested and coveted by Palletline depots as a real measure of achievement and recognition, with only the top performing company judged ‘Depot of the Year’ – an accolade prized within the network itself and recognised across the distribution industry in the UK.
Not only a founder member of the Palletline network back in 1992, we’ve been consistently in the frame since the Awards were first inaugurated, underlining our continued dedication to performance and quality.
“This is a real achievement for the entire team, and demonstrates to our customers our dedication to service quality,” stated Operations Director Neil Rushworth. “It’s a great moment for everyone who works at Expect, particularly in a landmark 20th anniversary for Palletline as it reflects the hard work put in by everyone at the company over those 20 years, and I am immensely proud of the sustained professionalism of our people.”