Local pallet trading company celebrates fifth anniversary with new premise move

Lincoln-based pallet trading company, Pallinc, have relocated premises to Beehive Business Park in Rand.

With assistance from Invest to Grow, a grant funding body supporting fast growth companies in the midlands, the new 12,000 sq ft building will give the business scope to grow significantly over the next few years.

Previously operating for the past five years from the rear yard of joint business owner Joshua Waring’s family business, Rand Farm Park, they now have a substantial facility to house their pallet repair team alongside a 1.5 acre yard.

Pallinc is a local pallet trading company which buys and sells predominantly wooden pallets across Greater Lincolnshire and the rest of the UK.

The business started out when joint business owners Joshua Waring and Simon Dukes recognised a gap in the market for a reliable pallet company in Lincolnshire in 2015, and it now operates by collecting mixed pallets from other businesses generating a surplus, grading and repairing them for customers to reuse.

Photo from: Pallinc.

Selling over 42,000 pallets per month, the business prides themselves on their excellent customer service, something they had noticed was less of a focus in competing pallet trading companies.

Joshua said: “We are delighted to be moving in to our new premises in Rand.

“Over the last five years, we have increased annual turnover by twelve times and had outgrown our previous space.

“This move will help us to grow and develop, whilst providing increasing employment opportunities in a difficult jobs market.”

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