Driving North West recycling

A £100,000 investment in new vehicles is helping us drive growth within the green economy.

PH Pallets has invested in two new vehicles to boost its collection and delivery service.

PH Pallets new vehicles

Ready to collect your used pallets and deliver them new…

The duo of DAF LF55 Lorries will also help reduce our environmental footprint with fuel efficient engines and low carbon emissions.

The vehicle investment comes just two months after we completed a £400,000 upgrade of our bespoke IT system and recycling unit in Manchester.

Mark Houghton, a partner in PH Pallets, says: “A recent report by the Green Alliance says the UK’s green economy has remained healthy since the banking crisis. We would wholeheartedly agree with the report and it’s why we’re able to keep investing and improving our services.

“The two new DAF lorries are a superb addition to our fleet. The vehicles allow us to be more flexible with collections and deliveries of new and used pallets, which means we can enhance our service for our customers.”

The DAF LF55 engine complies with the strict European Euro 5 and EEV (Enhanced Environmentally-friendly Vehicle) emission standards, thanks to a high pressure common rail fuel injection system and SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) after-treatment technology, which cleans the vehicle’s exhaust fumes.

PH Pallets ready for the road

Mark and the lads with PH Pallets’ new vehicles

From its Dukinfield operations unit, we can repair, sort, grade, collect, purchase, rebuild, purpose-build and heat-treat all types of wooden pallets. We handle more than 30,000 pallets every week and we have stringent green policies that mean nothing from our premises goes to landfill.

We employs 29 people and have turnover of more than £2 million a year. We have a wide client base across many industries, including retail, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, freight, warehouse and the food industry.

For more information about PH Pallets go to www.phpallets.com, Twitter @PHPallets or call 0161 351 1333.