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Knights of Old chooses Scania to help with Palletforce volumes

18th August 2011
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KETTERING-BASED Knights of Old has added two 18-tonne Scanias to its fleet to handle increas ing Palletforce volumes.

Knights, which has been a member of the pallet network for five years, will run the Pallet force liveried lorries within the London area.

MD Ian Beattie says: "By expanding our fleet we are not only meeting the extra de mands that have been placed on us with the level of high service we have become known for, but we are also in a strong posi tion to facilitate future growth."

In keeping with the company’s tradition of naming the vehicles after knights from Arthurian legend, the new Scanias have been called Sir Balin and Sir Clegis.

Knights already runs two Palletforce liveried trailers. In April the company purchased 48 new trailers from SDC Trailers.


People: Ian Beattie
Locations: KETTERING, London

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