Pallet Delivery

Benefits of the Palletline Network

Benefits of the Palletline Network

To begin with, Palletline and their network are a preferred carrier for Amazon pallet deliveries. The network works as a Palletline hub and distribution system that connects all major cities in the UK.  

Moreover, given the fact that they are the pioneers of palletised distribution, you can expect only the best warehousing companies to be associated with their network.

So when it comes to your very own pallet delivery, what are the benefits of this network? 

Palletline Network Statistics

There are over 96 locations throughout the UK connected to the Palletline network. No matter where you want your pallet delivered, you won’t have to rely on multiple delivery companies or feel forced to choose one that you might not trust.

In these locations, there are seven strategically placed Palletline hubs that will take care of and properly handle your pallet with care ahead of shipment. If your pallet courier of choice is partnered with their network, you won’t have to worry in the slightest about them handling your pallet with care or about the condition of your pallets.

More than six thousand vehicles handle roughly 3.5 million pallets every single year – all of them with a total damage rate of just 0.01%. So if that's not enough reassurance that we will handle your pallet with care and attention from start to finish, we don't know what is! 

Amazon Deliveries

As mentioned before, the Palletline network is officially partnered with Amazon as the latter’s preferred carrier. This means that every delivery made through this network will be efficiently and smoothly sent to any of the 22 Amazon sites.

Therefore, Amazon sellers will have less to deal with in terms of administration, as their pallet courier of choice will take care of their pallets. They will also take care of many other aspects that come with delivering your goods to Amazon or to Amazon FBA centres.

But how does the network exactly help its customers? More so, what are the advantages that a customer gets when choosing to deliver their products with a pallet courier that’s part of their network?

  • Fast and Reliable Transit Time – all of Amazon’s fulfilment centres come with daily fixed slots for pallet deliveries.
  • Reduced Administrative Tasks – since the Palletline network will handle the entire booking process, all you have to do is hand over your pallets to them.
  • Improved Delivery Compliance – because Palletline delivers in full compliance with the inbound delivery requirements of Amazon, the deliveries see fewer rejections as well as fewer no-shows.
  • Optimized Transport Flow – at the cross-dock Palletline hub, your pallets will be consolidated with other goods of Amazon suppliers. Thus, the truck fill levels are optimized.

Final Thoughts

The Palletline network comes with a lot of benefits that are great for the customers. By choosing a courier that’s partnered with Palletline, you will always be sure that your pallets are in safe hands and on the right path.

As mentioned before, you won’t have to deal with multiple delivery companies in order to get your pallet exactly where you want, given the multitude of hubs and depots throughout the UK.

Their distribution network can also deliver your goods to over 29 European countries, making it much easier for you to engage in international shipping and selling.

Questions & Answers

Each courier collects goods from their customers and identifies any freight for delivery outside of their region. The pallets are then scanned and sent to a distribution hub where each pallet is quality checked, scanned, unloaded and sorted into the appropriate delivery areas.

A pallet is a flat transport structure that protects and supports goods when lifted by a forklift or pallet jack. Pallet delivery consists of placing goods or containers onto a pallet, securing them using strapping, stretch or shrink wrap. From there, they are then shipped straight to their destination.

The average pallet can comfortably hold up to 1000 boxes depending on pallet size. In some cases larger box dimensions and stuffing may change the total box capacity.

A pallet is a load platform that has a bottom deck while a skid has a top deck but no bottom deck as such. Skids are often also referred to as single deck pallets.

Pallets are flat structures used in cargo container ships for supporting and better protecting goods or containers. Goods are typically stacked on top of pallets, which is often referred to as palletised goods. The goods are then placed on pallets and are normally secured with straps and wraps to properly secure and prevent shifting during transportation.