Cartwright Bros (Haulage) Ltd in Lincolnshire has recently commemorated its 80th anniversary.

Cartwright Bros joined the Palletways network six months ago, and reflecting on the firm’s eight-decade journey, director James Cartwright said: “Over the years, we have seen significant growth and positive changes in our role within the logistics sector. Joining the Palletways network was a strategic move for us, which will facilitate growth over the decades to come.”

To mark the significant milestone, Cartwright Bros has made a substantial investment in its fleet and has unveiled five new vehicles with updated livery. James said: “This investment demonstrates our dedication to provide cutting-edge logistics solutions and maintain a competitive edge in the market. It’s a visual, tangible representation of our commitment to innovation and modernisation.”

Over the past 80 years, the business has witnessed significant changes in the industry, encompassing advancements in equipment, technology and shifting customer demands. James added: “The logistics industry is dynamic, and our ability to adapt to these changes has been a key factor in our sustained success and has meant we’ve become synonymous with reliability and scale in the logistics sector.

Cartwright Bros manages 200,000 sq ft of warehousing space and boasts more than 100 members of staff and a 50-strong fleet of LGVs. It’s one of over 120 independent transport providers of the Palletways UK network, belonging to Imperial, a DP World company.