Topps renews distribution deal with Leicestershire haulier

Leicester-based Topps Tiles has renewed its distribution contract with palletised freight distribution network Pall-Ex.

Following a successful three-year partnership, the two Leicestershire businesses have strengthened their relationship even further, with Pall-Ex continuing to manage Topps’ palletised home delivery distribution for the next two years and beyond.

Simon Macdonald, national transport manager at Topps Tiles, said: “Our objective is to deliver world class service to our customers and so effective, reliable last mile delivery solutions have become at an even greater priority for our business. Working with Pall-Ex as our trusted partner means we can be confident that our customers can choose and buy the tiles and flooring they want for their home and have it delivered when they require it.”

Pall-Ex will also support Topps through the implementation of the London Project – a sector-first strategy to improve services and its membership offering in the capital. 

Pall-Ex Group’s UK commercial director Michelle Naylor said: “With such a large distribution area across the UK, we provide a bespoke service to Topps Tiles to ensure customers get their products delivered on time. The support we give to them is a seven-day-a-week operation to ensure we are always keeping up with customer demand. We’re delighted to be continuing to work with another successful Leicestershire business and look forward to building upon our working relationship in the years to come.”

Topps made headlines in January when its chairman Darren Shapland narrowly survived a vote to oust him at the firm’s AGM.

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