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Thetford company teams up with others across the UK to offer emergency delivery services




A courier company based in Thetford has joined 700 other UK logistics businesses to offer emergency delivery services amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Team C Express Logistics is part of a collective, called the Association of Pallet Networks, which employs 30,000 people and can deploy 23,500 vehicles across the United Kingdom - and they are offering their services up to the Government.

It is a move being headed up by the APN, and would look to deliver emergency and food supplies to those in need.

Team C Express Logistics is a leading distribution specialist within the region.
Team C Express Logistics is a leading distribution specialist within the region.

The 700 businesses combined offer 100 per cent coverage of the UK from their 750 depots.

Tim Clements, managing director at Team C Express Logistics said: “We are proud to play our part in this unique collaboration as the entire UK industry joins forces to transport the most vital supplies.”

Paul Sanders, APN chairman, urged the Government to take advantage of the offer at a time of 'national crisis.'

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